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17 November 2003

Major Companies Announce ‘Clean Cargo’ Performance Survey

Author: GreenBiz.com

More than a dozen manufacturers, retailers, and shipping companies have announced the Clean Cargo Environmental Performance Survey for shippers to gauge their carriers’ environmental management performance and address the environmental impacts of...

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6 April 2005

US court slaps record fine on Evergreen

Author: Wang Hsiao-wen, Taipei Times

...Taiwan's largest container-shipping firm, Evergreen Marine Corp [part of Evergreen Group], yesterday confirmed it will pay a record US$25 million fine for discharging oil in international waters near US ports...The US Coast Guard first investigated...

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20 September 2005

Coalition of Diverse Companies From Around the World Commit to First-Ever 'World Safety Declaration'

Author: DuPont

A coalition of diverse, cross-industry companies from around the world today announced their commitment to advance workplace and home safety practices globally over the next three years by participating in the first-ever "World Safety Declaration:...

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18 January 2018

Norwegian fund to exclude co's over human rights concerns related to shipbreaking practices

Author: Container Management

Norway’s central bank has excluded Evergreen Marine from one of its two sovereign wealth funds, citing the Taiwanese company’s vessel scrapping practices as causing “serious human rights violations and severe environmental damage”......

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