OOCL’s journey to building on our sustainability profile has been an important one for the company as we further strengthen our Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) initiatives to reduce emissions from our operations while also meeting the ever increasingly stringent regulatory requirements in the industry. With our latest Scope 1, 2 and 3 verification status, OOCL is already well positioned in meeting all the ESG disclosure requirements for listed companies in Hong Kong towards the 2017 reporting year.

“The establishment of our GHG inventory and the adoption of internationally-recognized verification standards demonstrate our commitment to sustainability in the global supply chain and best practices in the industry,” said Mr. Stephen Ng, Director of Trades of OOCL. “Looking forward, we will continue to progressively enhance our ESG works to meet the evolving needs of our stakeholders and to systematically establish our Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) to tackle the ever-increasing challenges in the global environment across industries.”

Verified by Lloyd’s Register, this is the fourth consecutive year that OOCL has achieved dual reporting standards through the use of Clean Cargo Working Group (CCWG) and ISO 14064-1:2006 verification tools to ensure that OOCL’s data disclosure is transparent, accurate, complete, consistent and relevant.

Commenting on the achievement, Mr. John Rowley, Managing Director of LRQA and Inspection Services at Lloyd’s Register said: “Once again, OOCL continues to demonstrate their committed approach to sustainability through their transparent GHG reporting by constantly increasing the scope of their verification. OOCL’s significant achievement within this arena has – for the first time this year – included verification to cover GHG Scope 3; further, OOCL has demonstrated their compliance to CCWG’s 2017 new version of procedures and guidance.”

Mr. Stephen Ng, Director of Trades of OOCL received the verification certificates from John Rowley,  Managing Director, Management Systems & Inspection Services of Lloyd’s Register Group

Throughout the verification process, OOCL prepared all the proper documentation and records showing the effective management and internal controls for collecting and reporting of the required data to meet the dual standards. It also verified the adequacy of the processes being implemented in managing the consumption and emissions data of our vessels, terminals and head office. We are pleased that not a single discrepancy, misstatement and nonconformity was identified.

For more information about OOCL’s sustainability initiatives, please click on our latest “Sustainability Report” for further details.

“Orient Overseas Container Line” and “OOCL” are trade names for transportation provided separately by: Orient Overseas Container Line Limited (“OOCLL”) and OOCL (Europe) Limited respectively and both are wholly-owned subsidiaries of Orient Overseas (International) Limited, a public company (0316) listed on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange. Headquartered in Hong Kong, OOCL is one of the world’s largest integrated international container transportation and logistics companies, with more than 330 offices in 70 countries. Linking Asia, Europe, North America, the Mediterranean, the Indian sub-continent, the Middle East and Australia/New Zealand, the company offers transportation services to all major east/west trading economies of the world. OOCL is one of the leading international carriers serving China, providing a full range of logistics and transportation services throughout the country. It is also an industry leader in the use of information technology and e-commerce to manage the entire cargo process.

Source: OOCL
2017-08-25

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