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Crowley’s debut Sustainability Report establishes transparent benchmark for progress; upholds responsibility to people and planet.
Crowley recently released its 2021 Sustainability Report, Bravely Advancing What’s Possible, as a commitment to transparent reporting on its environmental, social and governance (ESG) actions and progress to build a more sustainable tomorrow. Crowley has launched cross-industry partnerships, implemented operational systems and made significant investments to advance its sustainability goals in line with its corporate purpose to elevate people and planet.
The report affirms Crowley’s pledge to achieve net-zero emissions by 2050 to minimize impact on the globe — on a trajectory aligned with the latest climate science. To reach this goal, Crowley aims to reduce greenhouse gas emissions across all scopes by more than 3.7 million metric tons per year.
“Ocean transport is the most environmentally efficient way to move goods, and we are striving to make it even better for the planet and support greener, more resilient supply chains,” said Chairman and CEO Tom Crowley. “We are working with partners on some of the industry’s most ambitious projects as we aspire to become the most sustainable and innovative maritime and logistics company in the Americas.”
Crowley’s priority ESG areas include implementing advanced energy solutions to decarbonize the company’s operations and value chain; leveraging an inclusive workplace culture as a force; and supporting the resilience of communities where the company operates across the U.S., Central America and the Caribbean.
Additional Report Highlights
Environment and Climate
People and Communities
To read the full 2021 Sustainability Report, visit www.crowley.com/ESG.
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Crowley is a privately held, U.S.-owned and -operated maritime, energy and logistics solutions company serving commercial and government sectors with nearly $2.9 billion in annual revenue and over 170 vessels mostly in the Jones Act fleet, employing more U.S. mariners than any other company. The Crowley enterprise has invested more than $3 billion in maritime transport, which is the backbone of global trade and the global economy. As a global ship owner-operator and services provider with more than 130 years of innovation and a commitment to sustainability, the company serves customers in 36 nations and island territories. Additional information about Crowley, its business units and subsidiaries can be found at www.crowley.com.