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Environmental Initiatives

We will work to protect the environment with the pillars of "compliance with environmental regulations", "pollution prevention" and "continuous reform". Our guiding principles are to be able to accurately comply with global and local environmental regulations, to achieve results that are below environmental regulatory standards, and to achieve the Zero Oil Leakage Project, and we will work hard to achieve our goals. We also remember to supervise, reflect and improve on our results.

Starting "Basic IGF Course" at Manila Training Facility. To ensure the safe and efficient operation of our IGF (International Code of Safety for Ships Using Gases or Other Low-Flashpoint Fuels) vessels, we have initiated an in-house Basic IGF course January 2024 with approval from the MARINA (Maritime Industry Authority) in the Philippines at our Manila Training Facility. Recognizing the paramount importance of well-trained human resources in the maritime industry, this initiative aims to equip our seafarers with the necessary skills for the responsible operation of IGF vessels. Our state-of-the-art simulator training program stands as a cornerstone in our efforts. This program ensures that our seafarers attain a profound understanding and the required knowledge for operating IGF vessels, reinforcing our commitment to safety, efficiency, and environmental stewardship. We remain steadfast in our dedication to expanding our footprint in cleaner fuels and, in doing so, contributing to a greener and more sustainable future.

Safety Initiatives

We will increase the knowledge and awareness of safety among seafarers by expanding the scope of education, including the training center in Manila. In addition, a cadet training ship will be introduced to train high quality cadets through practice. Meiji Kaiun was one of the first companies to build ships in compliance with H-CSR, and the entire group is working to ensure safety.