The Trident Alliance, a network of shipping companies and other stakeholders with a shared interest in robust and transparent enforcement of environmental regulations, on Wednesday (24 July) welcomed CSL Group and Oldendorff Carriers as its newest members.
As members of The Trident Alliance, the CSL Group and Oldendorff Carriers have committed to compliance with the new IMO 2020 maritime Sulphur regulations and support robust and transparent enforcement of these regulations, it said.
“Safety and environmental stewardship are fundamental corporate objectives and core values at CSL,” explained Louis Martel, President and CEO of CSL Group, a Canadian-based provider of marine dry bulk cargo handling and delivery services.
“So we are thrilled to join the Trident Alliance and add our voice to the growing calls for fair enforcement of environmental compliance.”
“At Oldendorff Carriers we live and work on the oceans and we are dedicated to preserving and maintaining our environment,” said Peter Bagh, Chief Operating Officer at Oldendorff Carriers.
“We are pleased to join the Trident Alliance to broaden support for effective regulatory enforcement, and we look forward to working with other industry stakeholders to reach our shared objectives.”
“I am very happy to welcome CSL Group and Oldendorff Carriers to the Trident Alliance,” said Roger Strevens, the Chair of the Trident Alliance and VP of Global Sustainability for Wallenius Wilhelmsen.
“Our coalition has swelled to include 49 shipping owners and operators from around the globe, all sharing a common interest in effective enforcement of maritime Sulphur regulations and the will to collaborate to help bring it about. I applaud the strong commitment and visionary leadership from each of our members.”
Photo credit: The Trident Alliance
Published: 26 July, 2019
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