The GloMEEP project (Global maritime energy efficiency partnerships) is the child of several major players in the maritime transport and shipbuilding industries.
This new global alliance is designed to strengthen the efforts of maritime companies and their partners to reduce their carbon emissions.
Thirteen companies have signed up to this alliance under the aegis of the GloMEEP project, a joint initiative by the Global Environment Facility (GEF), the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and the International Maritime Organisation (IMO).
Sustainable development goals
The clear and stated aim is to develop innovative solutions and implement the relevant technology in the following fields:
- energy performance,
- better operating practices,
- alternative fuels,
- digital technology.
According to the Secretary General of the IMO, Mr Lim Kitack, “this new Alliance will help the maritime transport sector reduce its greenhouse gas emissions and combat climate change, in line with the United Nations’ sustainable development objectives”.
This virtuous alliance is bound to expand and attract new companies, joining forces with the 13 founding members:
- ABB Engineering
- DNV GL SE
- Lloyd’s Register EMEA
- Ricardo UK
- Royal Caribbean Cruises
- Shell International Trading and Shipping
- Silverstream Technologies
- Stena AB
- Total Marine Fuels
- Wärtsilä Corporation
- Winterthur Gas & Diesel
CERL’S QSE policy (Quality, Security, Safety, Environment)
For many years, CERL has been pursuing a QSE policy to meet energy and environmental constraints.
Our approach to sustainable development is one of the pillars of our partnership model with our clients. We contribute to the preservation of the planet by providing transportation solutions that limit greenhouse gas emissions and inform our customers about the carbon impacts of their international logistics operations. We do not hesitate to question and educate our service providers about environmental issues.
If you would like to know more about our QSE policy, we invite you to consult these pages: