- APM Terminals Publishes 2011 Sustainability Report

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The report shows continued improvement in sustainability performance
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Tuesday, April 17, 2012 - 9:30am

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(3BL Media) April 17, 2012 - APM Terminals improves safety standards, reduces environment impact

The Hague, Netherlands - APM Terminals, one of the world’s leading global port and inland terminal operators has issued their 2011 Sustainability Report showing continued improvement in sustainability performance. The report can be found at
Ongoing work to achieve the highest possible safety standards, reduction of the environmental impact of expanding global operations and positive contributions to the communities in which APM Terminals operate are major highlights.
APM Terminals continued to be an industry leader in safety performance in 2011 in reducing injuries, as the LTIF rate decreased by 21% compared to the 2010 figure and is at its lowest level ever. LTIF – Lost Time Injury Frequency – is recognized globally as a key indicator for a company’s safety performance. The APM Terminals goal for 2012 is a further 15% reduction in the LTIF rate.
In the report, APM Terminals outlines a detailed plan to manage risks better in four key areas of the complex port operations: Internal traffic, working at heights, falling objects and lashing. The reason behind the plan: Despite progress in the overall safety performance, APM Terminals has yet to achieve a significant reduction in fatal accidents. “There is still much to improve. I am fully committed to the APM Terminals’ goal of zero fatalities and zero incidents,” writes APM Terminals’ CEO Kim Fejfer in his introduction to the report.
For environmental performance, APM Terminals exceeded the target of a 15% decrease in CO2 emissions by 2011 against a 2009 baseline for port facilities by achieving a reduction of 16.5% per Twenty Foot Equivalent Unit (TEU).
The report also details APM Terminals’ sustainability performance:
• Community engagement and contribution
• Employee engagement, talent development and diversity
• Socio-economic development and effect of port and inland investments
• Anti-corruption and compliance with United Nations Global Compact

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