ANL, a subsidiary of the CMA CGM Group, a world leader in shipping and logistics, is proud to announce its listing in the Australian Financial Review ‘Sustainability Leaders’ List. This accolade has been awarded by the Australian Financial Review (AFR) and Boston Consulting Group (BCG). It celebrates Australasian companies that are making progress in tacking sustainability challenges – while delivering business value along the way.
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Today, we publish our 2021 Non-Financial Performance Report.
Our Sustainable Development approach is based on three pillars: Acting for people, Acting for planet, Acting for fair trade. These pillars cover the Group's 12 sustainable development priorities.
By making progress in these areas, we intend to respond to the global challenges set out in the 17 United Nations (UN) Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) adopted in 2015.
First launched in 2020, ANL’s Reef Recovery program sought to aid the regeneration of Australia’s Great Barrier Reef in the face of multiple mass coral bleaching events. While the first nursery is supported by ANL, environmentally minded clients have also joined forces to fund the cause, allowing a second nursery to be established at Moore Reef. The clients supporting the expansion of the Reef Recovery program on The Great Barrier Reef include Coles Supermarkets, Costa Group, Gori, Gilmac and Kalgin Logistics.
As part of its continued commitment towards a more sustainable trade, ANL, a subsidiary of the CMA CGM Group, a world leader in shipping and logistics, announced its decision to no longer carry plastic waste on their ships. With this landmark decision effective 1st June 2022, the CMA CGM Group, continues to demonstrate its commitment to protecting the oceans and conserving biodiversity. To ensure effectiveness of this measure, the Group has set up ban on plastic waste which is identified under HS code 3915 for commodities via their booking system*.
ANL, a subsidiary of the CMA CGM Group, a world leader in shipping and logistics, is proud to announce the launch of Turtle Preservation Project in partnership with Cairns Turtle Rehabilitation Centre. As an expert of Oceania shipping, ANL shares the CMA CGM Group’s core principles regarding the sustainable use of the oceans and respect for marine life and biodiversity. With a long history in Australia, ANL is concerned by the plight of oceans and marine life. ANL’s Turtle Preservation Project seeks to aid in the rehabilitation and release of sea turtles and help enhance public education on the environmental impacts of ocean plastics.
ANL, partners with Woolworths Group in celebration of Oceania-first containerised shipping biofuel trial.
Coral reefs have the highest biodiversity of any ecosystem on the planet. They occupy less than 1% of the ocean floor yet are home to more than 25% of marine life – playing a critical role in maintaining stability in a coastal zone.
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Launched in November 2020, the ACT with CMA CGM+ range of value-added services allows you to take control of your environmental performance by reducing the impact of your shipments.
Ahead of the UN Global Compact and as part of the first high-level preparatory talks for the COP26 summit, Rodolphe Saadé, Chairman and CEO of the CMA CGM Group, a world leader in shipping and logistics, has put forward solutions that are immediately available and that contribute to achieving the Group’s objective of being carbon-neutral by 2050.