We are continuously aware of our impact on the environment and people around us. Our drive is to make our business more sustainable every day and to pass this on to future generations.
Wagenborg is committed to make her business more sustainable every day and to pass this on to future generations. In line to be the leading multi-purpose shipping company, Wagenborg renewed her long-term sustainability objectives, which we aim to achieve by 2030. The objectives support the UN Sustainable Development Goals to which we can most contribute and will help to guide us in prioritizing our sustainability related effort and work.
Wagenborg takes active part in the shipping and transport de-carbonizing energy transition. Together with our stakeholders - authorities, clients, investors, public, employees, suppliers - we accept sustainability challenges to reduce our environmental footprint.
As a family owned company we optimize employee health and well-being. Engaged employees are critical for our business. People are encouraged to develop skills and consider new roles and/or responsibilities.
Sustainability is part of everything we do. The foundation of our sustainability work consists of three themes covering all our operations. With the strong commitment to our new strategic sustainability 2030 objectives we are building a path to a climate neutral society. Our sustainability work supports reaching the global Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) set by the United Nations.
The first vessels in the fleet with shore power and Selective Catalytic Reduction te reduce NOx emissions.
The RORO carriers sailing 100% in an Emission Controlled Area (ECA) were equipped with hybrid scrubbers to cut SOx emissions.
Wagenborg aims to reduce fuel consumption with 6% per year.
Wagenborg aims to reduce CO2 emissions with 20%. With the installation of 20 ballast water treatment management system, the entire MPP fleet complies with the Ballast Water regulations. Wagenborg aim to operate a hydrogen demonstrator.
Wagenborg aims to reduce CO2 emissions with 70%.
The first vessels equipped with ballast water treatment systems comply with IMO and US Coast Guard regulations.
By focussing on the Energy Efficiency Design Index (EEDI), the EasyMax vessel Egbert Wagenborg was delivered resulting in over 60% CO2 reduction compared to her peer group.
Wagenborg initiates a leadership programme for officers on board and shore personnel in cooperation with Lloyd's.
Wagenborg aims to reduce CO2 emissions with 40%. Wagenborg has the ambition for a zero emission vessel
Wagenborg is fully committed to the possibilities of digitization and smart shipping. This not only makes shipping more sustainable; the international competitive position is also strengthened.