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Another milestone in the Strategic Marine’s sustainability practices

Singapore-based aluminium shipbuilder Strategic Marine recently inked an agreement with Metizoft Asia for their ESG application for sustainability reporting framework.  Metizoft Asia, based in Singapore, is a division of the Norwegian technology and consultancy firm Metizoft.

Strategic Marine has also engaged Metizoft Asia on their LCA – CEC (Carbon Emissions Computation) for their Crew Transfer Vessels. Both initiatives are milestones for Strategic Marine Group to be in the forefront of sustainability practices.

“Strategic Marine Group is proud to engage Metizoft as their strategic partner to achieve net-zero emission goals. We have a long-standing relationship with Metizoft Asia, having worked with them on Inventory of Hazardous Materials and this Environmental, Social & Governance (ESG) application is an extension of our relationship. We trust that we are in good hands with their professionalism and expertise” says Mr Chan Eng Yew, CEO of Strategic Marine

“We are honoured that Strategic Marine Group has chosen Metizoft as their partner for their sustainability reporting framework. Our application provides automation in data collection, streamlines reporting processes, and reduces the demand for resources.  Ultimately, sustainability reporting is not only a compliance process but also an operational process which companies need to take heed,” says CEO Mr Clement Chang of Metizoft Asia.

About Strategic Marine:

Strategic Marine Group is a full-capacity global shipbuilder with a focus on specialty aluminium craft construction and fabrication. It has a shipyard in Singapore, and presence in Australia and Europe. It operates principally in five key market segments, producing high quality vessels for Oil & Gas, Renewable Energy, Ferries & Transportation, Defence and Paramilitary and Port / Pilot Services.  Strategic Marine Group has built and delivered more than 600 vessels made of both aluminium and steel for a variety of clients in the maritime, offshore and defence sectors.

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