Throughout all aspects of our vessel and shore operations, Maersk Liner Business is committed to conduct our
business in a responsible and lawful manner with respect for the wider economic, social and environmental impacts of our
activities. This has always been integral to the way we do business in the A.P. Moller - Maersk Group, and we strive to
promote the same principles in our relationships with customers, suppliers and other business partners.
The Sustainability Policy for Maersk Liner Business is anchored in the A.P. Moller - Maersk Group’s core values and
policies as well as our commitment to the UN Global Compact. It emphasizes our commitment to driving continual
improvement in Health & Safety, Environment, Human & Labor Rights, Anti-Corruption and Security. To achieve the
objectives of this policy, we will proactively identify and mitigate risks of negative impacts in these areas. At the same
time, we will communicate openly and honestly about our performance.
Any breaches of the policy should be reported via appropriate channels, starting with direct management. Maersk’
global whistleblower system can be used to escalate violations of specific areas of the policy and is available to both
external parties and employees of Maersk Liner Business.
Health & Safety
We will conduct our vessel operations and business activities in a manner that protects the health & safety of the
employees working under our control and supervision. Our aim is zero accidents through establishing a strong safety
culture at all levels within our organisation. Further, we will work to promote health & safety considerations and best
practices in our relationship with suppliers and other business partners.
We are committed to reducing the impacts of our vessel operations and business activities on the environment through
the mitigation of natural resource depletion and pollution. We will work towards a continual drive to reduce air emissions;
responsible use and disposal of resources and prevention of damage to the marine environment caused by our vessels.
Human and Labour Rights
We will respect internationally recognized human rights and work to ensure that we do not contribute to human rights
violations as a result of our global business activities. As a trusted employer, we will ensure that all our employees are
treated in a manner consistent with the APMM Global Labour Principles and applicable laws and labour conventions.
We will work against all forms of corruption in accordance with the law and the fundamental values of the A.P. Moller –
Maersk Group. It is our policy that no employee – whether directly or through third parties – are to engage in any form of
corrupt practice, including bribery and extortion. Furthermore, we are committed to working effectively towards the
elimination of facilitation payments in line with relevant international standards.
We will exercise constant care to prevent breaches of security, and cooperate actively and openly with pertinent
authorities. We rank security considerations equally with commercial and operational factors in managing our
Ship Recycling Policy
Third Party Code of Conduct
Maersk Global Labour Principles