Welcome to the China Navigation Co. Sustainability Report for 2013. We achieved some major milestones for the year across all our business divisions, and are pleased to introduce our achievements on this website
Summary
This section gives a summary of what CNCo achieved in 2013, where we plan to make progress in 2014 and beyond and the global and local issues that we believe could affect our business and operations going forward.

We also define our Organisational and Operational Boundaries that this report uses herein, in accordance with ISO 14064 and the Greenhouse Gas Guidelines.
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Detail
In this section we provide more detail on a wide range of areas that, taken as a whole, define our Sustainable Development commitment to People, Planet and Profit.

All of these must coalesce to give a positive “Triple Bottom Line” to our Organisation, and to the Communities we serve and Environment in which we live and work.
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Data
This section reports all the supporting data that is used to provide the narrative in the Detail section. The data is aggregated from many sources - primarily the owned and managed fleet and our offices worldwide, that are contained within CNCo’s Organisational and Operational Boundaries as shown in the Summary section. We review both the boundaries and which data is material for reporting to our stakeholders annually.
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Detail

Society

Learn more about the policy that is followed across all business units

Sustainable
Development Policy
China Navigation Co. has been recording its sustainability efforts since 2006. Our previous reports can be viewed at the below link. Read More
Our vision is to be the leading provider of sustainable shipping solutions and our customers’ partner of choice.
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The China Navigation Company employs seafarers from more than eleven different nationalities covering more than five different religious faiths within its global marine operations, involving 24 owned ships plus 4 chartered ships (as at 31 Dec 2013).

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