Maersk Tankers conducts its business conscious of social and environmental impact and aims to reduce such impact. This is reflected in our sustainability strategy, which focuses on safety, regulatory compliance, the environment and responsible business practices. 


Maersk Tankers ensures the safety of its employees and contractors, assets and customers’ cargoes. Safety relates to personal safety, operational safety and security, and we aim for a zero-incident business.


Maersk Tankers is exploring technology and fuel options to ensure cost-effective compliance. Compliance with regulations requires investment and commitment, which should be shared equitably between all stakeholders in the industry.


We limit the environmental impact of our operations by reducing CO2 emissions. To take our part in reducing the impact of climate change we are conducting our business in a way that minimises environmental impact.

Responsible business

We uphold our values and protect our name. Responsible business relates to anti-corruption, responsible procurement and respect for labour and human rights. This contributes to safer business practices in societies around the world.

Sustainability Update 2017

Learn more about our commitment to sustainability and priorities.

Third Party Code of Conduct

The Third Party Code of Conduct specifies what Maersk Tankers considers appropriate business conduct by our business partners in the areas of general legal compliance, competition law, anti-corruption, foreign trade controls and sanctions, health and safety, product liability, employee rights, child labour and the environment. It is an integral part of many of our business relationships, particularly in the context of procurement contracts and commercial operations. It is specifically referred to in many contracts.

The Maersk Whistleblower System

We believe that high business standards play an essential role in ensuring our continued development . It's about being upright in our business practices to contribute positively to societies.

Modern Slavery Statement

The 2015 UK Modern Slavery Act is intended to tackle modern forms of slavery work, ranging from abusive working and living conditions, to withholding of wages or passports, to use of trafficked labour.