At X-Press Feeders, sustainability (corporate social responsibility) is our commitment to ensuring we run a safe, sustainable, and ethical business. In addition, it makes sure we give back to the local communities that support our business. We see this strategy as a vital part of our sustained growth. To make our strategy comprehensive we use three pillars: environmental, social and economic. Under each, exists the respective policies of that pillar. X-Press Feeders requests all staff and offices to follow these policies.
We nurture the practice of environmental stewardship to promote marine ecology and eco-friendly solutions. The main challenges we face are emissions, ship recycling, plastics, biofouling, and whale collisions.
Our social pledge to the community is to help educate the most vulnerable children living in poverty so they can have a brighter future. We support several charities, at which employees also volunteer.
Economic & Governance
The company has a responsibility to our stakeholders and employees to ensure the business continues to be a ‘going concern’, whilst abiding by a high standard of compliance, governance, and risk management.
In addition to our typical CSR policies, we also engage in other campaigns to address issues our employees feel passionate about, such as typhoon relief and cancer research.
Our CSR programs would not be possible without our partners who help us to build a better more sustainable future.
One cannot achieve global sustainability alone, which is why we are a member of several large and accredited associations who pool resources and knowledge to accelerate achieving our common goals.
Request for Annual Report
X-Press Feeders has produced our first CSR report and we wish to share with our customers and suppliers our CSR journey thus far. We have been working with Clean Cargo for the past year and pledge our dedication to reducing our carbon footprint by 2030. We are also invested in giving back to the community and ensuring that our organisation is constantly in compliance with safety and economic regulations. It has been written according to the latest international non financial reporting guidelines Global Reporting Initiative Standards.