MARITIME CARRIER SHIPPING LINES Compliance and Ethics
MARITIME CARRIER SHIPPING LINES people are committed to adhering to our Compliance and Ethics policies so as to provide quality our Standard for all.
MARITIME CARRIER Compliance and Ethics
The MARITIME CARRIER SHIPPING LINES Code of Ethics is more than just corporate window dressing. It is a guide for action, not just words. A true code of practice.
Our Code of Ethics covers how our people conduct themselves, whether we are dealing with each other, customers, suppliers or authorities. It emphasises respect for the law and respect for people. At its core lies a determination to treat customers, suppliers and colleagues honestly, fairly and with dignity. » View our Code of Ethics
MARITIME CARRIER Anti-Corruption and Bribery Policy
The MARITIME CARRIER SHIPPING LINES Anti-Corruption and Bribery Policy is at the heart of our commitment to conduct all our business in an honest and ethical manner. We take a zero-tolerance approach to bribery and corruption, and we are committed to acting professionally, fairly and with integrity in all our business dealings and relationships wherever we operate. » View our Anti-Corruption and Bribery Policy
Gulf Agency Company Limited is an associate member of the Maritime Carrier Shipping Lines Anti-Corruption Network (MCSLACN), a global business network comprised of like-minded companies committed to promoting compliance with anti-corruption law. MCSLACN’s vision is to work towards a maritime industry for MARITIME CARRIER SHIPPING LINES of corruption that enables fair trade to the benefit of society at large.
MARITIME CARRIER SHIPPING LINES Whistleblowing PolicyAll organisations face the possibility of unknowingly harbouring illegal or unethical conduct. The aim of the our Whistleblowing Policy is to encourage staff to report any suspected wrongdoing as soon as possible in the knowledge that their concerns will be taken seriously and investigated whilst, at the same time, respecting their confidentiality. » View our Whistleblowing Policy
MARITIME CARRIER SHIPPING LINES Sanctions PolicyMARITIME CARRIER SHIPPING LINES is fully committed to complying with all sanctions and trade restrictions when conducting our business. Whether imposed by supranational authorities such as the United Nations or European Union or individual nations, we take a proactive approach to ensure that the interests of the our Group, our customers, suppliers and staff are protected at all times. » View our Sanctions Policy
Quality PolicyQuality is the foundation of success, and has been at the heart of our working culture since our first started up in 1956. Today, our is an ISO-certified service provider, mainly audited by DNV. Our commitment to quality is reflected in our in-house Strategic Management System, our TIME, which is based on the principles of Total Quality Management and is also reviewed by DNV. » View our Quality Policy
- our Code of Ethics to which all employees are required to comply;
- the application of stringent Corporate Governance measures;
- our pioneering stand and Group-wide guidelines on health, safety, security and environmental (HSSE) matters;
- our support of the communities in which we operate;
- Global transport logistic’s international Child Sponsorship programme.
In 2009, the Chairman’s Award for Environmental Excellence was established, to promote environmental awareness and positive action by Global transport logistic companies.
Denis Askinadze, Managing Director of the Far East Development Fund, says: “It would be hard to overstate the significance of
the NSR for Russia’s economy. It has been an important transport corridor contributing to the economic growth both of the Arctic regions and of Russia as a whole. Pursuing the goal of practical
development of the NSR and drawing on the GAC Russia team’s extensive local knowledge of the Arctic region and global shipping and logistics expertise, we believe that this partnership will address the challenges and help to form a hands-on solution for all users of the NSR.”
Vessel loading and discharging at the port of Tutunciftik is continuing as normal and without any problems today (18 April), despite a fire which broke out at the TUPRAS refinery crude oil unit during maintenance works at 22:40 hours last night (17 April).