Social responsibility policy is a priority for Evergreen Line

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Evergreen Line has its comprehensive Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) policy as a pillar for sustainable growth in its operations on a global scale.

The group that adopted this brand name in May 2007, includes five container shipping companies of the Evergreen Group in Taiwan, Italy, the United Kingdom, Hong Kong and Singapore; Together, they operate a fleet of container ships with a combined capacity of over 1.2 million TEUs.

All Evergreen Line offices and agencies must comply with this Corporate Social Responsibility Policy, which is primarily based on environmental protection, social commitment, ethical compliance, risk management, and sustainable procurement.

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As a ‘clean and green’ moving company, Evergreen strives to apply all possible green approaches to provide sustainable shipping service and to adapt such measures in all aspects of its daily business.

Moreover, employee welfare is one of the core values ​​of the company. The company put in place mechanisms to ensure positive results in recruiting, retaining and training talent; Respect for human rights and work, gender equality and a safe and healthy work environment for all employees.

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The company develops talents by promoting marine education, and also cooperates with the Chang Yung-Fa Foundation to participate in events in the service of public welfare in the hope of contributing to society.

To ensure data integrity and confidentiality, Evergreen has combined an Occupational Health and Safety Management System, Authorized Economic Operator (AEO) and all mandatory international regulations for navigation, while following the highest HSQE (Health, Safety, Quality and Environment) standards and obtaining relevant certifications.

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On the topic of sustainable procurement, the Supplier Code of Conduct has been defined as a set of shared values ​​and standards that apply to the global supply chain. Suppliers are encouraged to develop their environmental, social and economic management, hoping for a symbiotic and sustainable growth.

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