SRTI signatories

By signing up to the SRTI, the organisations listed below are demonstrating their commitment to the SRTI’s mission to accelerate a voluntary market-driven approach to responsible ship recycling practices through transparency; and subsequently to inform decision-making and create fair competition across the shipping industry. Find out why they signed up to the SRTI
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NORDEN is shipping company operating a large fleet of modern vessels within dry cargo and product tankers. With skilled employees, close customer contact and extensive use of digital solutions NORDEN strives to enable smarter global trade and reduce waste whenever and wherever possible.
Nykredit is a diverse business: Mortgage lender, banker, insurer, estate agent, financial mutual – and much more. Nykredit Asset Management is the third largest in Denmark with more than 10 years experince in working with sustainable investments.
PBU is an occupational pension scheme for Early Childhood Teachers and Youth Educators in Denmark. PBU has total AUM of 9 bn euro, and we invest globally across most asset classes.
RightShip is the world’s leading maritime risk management and environmental assessment organisation
Standard Chartered is a leading financial institution focused on banking the people and companies driving investment, trade and the creation of wealth across Asia, Africa and the Middle East. For us, sustainability is about creating long-term value for our shareholders, working in partnership with our clients to make a positive economic and social contribution in the markets where we operate. We recognise that our success as a bank is linked intrinsically to the health and prosperity of these markets.
Stolt Tankers operates the world’s largest and most sophisticated fleet of chemical and parcel tankers, with over 70 deep-sea ships that are seamlessly integrated with regional fleets in Europe, Asia and the Caribbean; with coastal fleets in Asia; and with inland barging services in Europe and the U.S. Gulf.