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MPC Container Ships supports the IMO's climate ambitions and recognizes the need for concrete measures.

The group commenced operations in April 2017 and went on to rapidly expand its capital base, fleet and organizational structure. Our first ESG report was published in March 2020. Material topics included in the report are selected based on stakeholder feedback and an analysis of the significance of the impacts for each topic. Our approach to determining material topics is aligned with the Global Reporting Initiative ("GRI 3") Standards’ materiality principle.

As an Oslo Stock Exchange-listed company, we follow the Euronext guidance on ESG reporting of January 2020. The Euronext reporting process is based on the GRI Standards.

Read our Sustainability Reports:

Norwegian Transparency Act

The Norwegian Transparency Act came into effect on July 1, 2022, with the aim of promoting transparency within the Norwegian business community by ensuring public access to relevant information concerning how enterprises address adverse impacts on fundamental human rights and decent working conditions.

In compliance with Section 5 of the Norwegian Transparency Act, MPC Container Ships (MPCC) has released its Transparency Act Statement for 2024, which can be accessed below.

Furthermore, MPCC adheres to a set of core governing documents that outline our management and compliance practices concerning human rights and decent working conditions (link to ESG Governance page)

At MPCC, we place great emphasis on corporate governance and transparency. We firmly believe that transparent communication is essential in building trust and fostering enduring partnerships.

For further questions regarding our governance or how we address actual or potential human rights impacts across our organization and supply chain, please feel free to contact us

MPCC Norwegian Transparency Act Statement 2024