The major carriers make CSR a priority

In the beginning it was something that the firms approached very cautiously. Then one carrier ventured into it. But now, according to SeaIntel, it looks as though the major container carriers have definitively embraced Corporate Social Responsibility.

It is probably not saying too much to state that CSR, or Corporate Social Responsibility, was not conceived in the offices of shipowners, but rather that the industry has been on the sidelines and waited to see how other sectors handled it.

Maersk Line is without a doubt the front runner in this area, whereas a number of other carriers are still hesitant with their CSR policies, not to mention the manner in which they specifically handle CSR-related matters such as shipbreaking, environmental impact and so on.

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