Clean Shipping

Greenhouse Gas Emissions

The SIEM Group makes every effort to reduce CO2 emissions into the atmosphere and in this field it is successful.

On shore base activity:

Overall, these emissions have decreased by 51% from 2019 to 2022, from 254 metric tons of CO2 to 123 metric tons.

The operation of our marine and shipping assets:

Over the period 2019 to 2022 Our fleet trading activity has reduced carbon intensity by 13% due to the more efficient employment of a more efficient fleet.



Management will continue to invest in newbuilding and modifications which promote carbon reducing technologies.



Clean Air


During the ships operation, ships burn fuel to obtain energy. This process results in the emission of several types of air pollutants as by-products. The ship-source pollutants most closely linked to climate change and public health impacts include greenhouse gases (GHG), nitrogen oxides (NOx), sulfur oxides (SOx) and particulate matter.



The SIEM group’s goal is to continuously reduce emissions of air pollutants such as sulfur and nitrogen oxide into the sea and air.




Sustainable Supply Chain


A sustainable supply chain is one that fully integrates ethical and environmentally responsible practices into a competitive and effective model. Transparency of the end-to-end supply chain is crucial for SIEM Ship Management. Our policy assumes full transparency and compliance with all sustainable development principles. This applies both to our internal activities and cooperation with our suppliers.



Ensuring sustainable standards along the entire supply chain by proper verification with the use of SIEM sustainable procedures and tools.