We appreciate the risks involved in our sector and take our responsibilities extremely seriously. We understand that our reputation depends on our honouring our commitments, doing what is right for the long-term and always treating others with respect.
Our long-term outlook enables us to invest in relationships and defines how we manage our physical assets. We seek to conduct our business in line with the ten principles of the UN Global Compact and to work with partners who share our commitment to high international standards of operation, wherever they are based, and to act with consideration to local stakeholders.
We are proud of the partnerships we have built over many years. We work collaboratively with our partners to try and find the best long-term solutions, which we deliver efficiently and safely.
We appreciate the risks involved in the energy and commodities sector and take our responsibility towards health, safety and the environment extremely seriously. Furthermore, we are aware that our actions could impact a broader stakeholder group, including the communities in which we operate and we seek to mitigate impact and risks where possible.
In all our physical operations we seek to work with partners who share our commitment to high international standards of operation. The infrastructure upon which we rely, from ships to jetties and storage, is subject to our due diligence processes.
We expect all employees to be aware of the risks associated with any initiative they are involved in and mindful of their potential impact. HSE considerations should be a priority and a conservative approach should be adopted.
Selizo Import and Ecport seeks to conduct its business in accordance with the UN Global Compact’s ten principles, including those on human rights. We believe that all people should be treated with respect and dignity.
Our business is built on long term relationships and we value the many partnerships we have built over time. Notwithstanding, we carry out rigorous, risk based know your customer (KYC) procedures on all our partners and counterparts, and monitor these on an ongoing basis, as appropriate.