Corporate social responsibility

It’s all about caring


CSR is now a well-recognised terminology, but such activities have been supported by the Group throughout its history, where focus is been directed towards two main groups, namely our staff, their families and local communities. The efforts made in such areas having proven to be the most effective in terms of achieving sustainable development.

In terms of the environment the most notable recent development was made by Ultrabulk, Ultragas and Ultratank who became members of the so-called Trident Alliance. Trident Alliance is a network of shipping companies and other stakeholders with a shared interest in robust and transparent enforcement of reduction of sulphur emissions.

The Ultranav Group support initiatives and means to stop corruption, hence it became a member of Maritime Anti-Corruption Network.

Whilst the Group is established globally, its roots and majority of its activities are based in the Americas, and focus remains on supporting the areas in most need where we are active in Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Panama, Peru and Uruguay. Considerable financial investment is made to support the Group Initiatives and which is complimented by considerable staff support in terms of their voluntary private time investment made to supporting the process and specific events..

Prime sustainability support in the Americas is on: poverty reduction, education, promotion of sport, culture and environment initiative.

 

Considerable financial investment is made to support the Group Initiatives and which is complimented by considerable staff support in terms of their voluntary private time investment made to supporting the process and specific events.

All Ultranav CSR initiatives are jointly developed with Ultramar, please see the 2016 CSR Report in the following link

Sustainability Report 2016.pdf

 

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