At Strategic Marine, we are committed to building a sustainable future, both on land and at sea. As a leading vessel builder, we recognize our responsibility to minimize environmental impact, promote social responsibility, and contribute to economic development in the maritime industry. Explore how we are integrating sustainability into every aspect of our operations.

Minimize Environmental Impact

By implementing innovative technologies and sustainable practices, we aim to reduce our carbon footprint, conserve natural resources, and protect marine ecosystems.

Empower People

We are committed to fostering a diverse, inclusive, and safe workplace where employees are valued, respected, and empowered to reach their full potential.

Support Communities

Through partnerships, philanthropy, and community engagement, we endeavor to make a positive impact on the communities where we operate, promoting economic development and social well-being.

Working with the 2030 Agenda and the Global Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) involves aligning organizational strategies, initiatives, and actions with the SDGs to contribute towards achieving the global targets by 2030.

“The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) are a set of 17 interconnected goals adopted by all United Nations Member States in 2015 as part of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. These goals aim to address global challenges such as poverty, inequality, climate change, environmental degradation, peace, and justice.”

Goal #7: Affordable & Clean Energy

Affordable and Clean Energy aims to expand access to clean and renewable energy sources, such as solar, wind, and hydropower, while improving energy efficiency and reducing reliance on fossil fuels. This goal involves investing in renewable energy infrastructure, promoting energy access in rural and remote areas, and enhancing energy efficiency measures across sectors.


Goal #9: Industry, Innovation and Infrastructure

Industry, Innovation, and Infrastructure aim to develop sustainable and resilient infrastructure, including transportation, energy, and communication systems, to support economic growth and human well-being. This goal involves promoting sustainable industrialization, enhancing technological innovation and research, improving access to affordable and reliable infrastructure services, and fostering inclusive and sustainable industrial development.


Goal #13: Climate Action

Climate Action aims to mitigate greenhouse gas emissions, enhance resilience to climate-related hazards, and promote sustainable and low-carbon development pathways to address the urgent threat of climate change. This goal involves reducing emissions from energy, transportation, industry, and land use sectors, increasing investments in renewable energy and climate adaptation measures, and supporting international cooperation to implement the Paris Agreement and achieve global climate goals.


Goal #14: Life Below Water

Life Below Water aims to protect and restore marine ecosystems, reduce marine pollution, regulate fishing activities, and promote sustainable ocean management to ensure the conservation and sustainable use of marine resources for present and future generations. This goal involves protecting marine biodiversity, preventing overfishing and illegal, unreported, and unregulated (IUU) fishing, reducing marine pollution from land-based sources, and establishing marine protected areas.


HSE – Standards We Live By

We are committed to design and fabrication of vessels and structures and do so while adhering to the highest international standards of Environmental, Health and Safety Management.

Our Commitment is to:

  • Provide safe and healthy working condition for our employees, contractors and visitors through continual improvement of our EHSMS performance.
  • Comply with all applicable environmental, health and safety compliance obligations.
  • Ensure management, employees and contractors adopt a pro-active approach towards EHS matters to eliminate hazards and reduce risks, including those posed by terrorism to prevent injury and ill health, and to protect the environment.
  • Communicate such commitment to all persons working under the control of Strategic Marine Singapore, including interested parties on EHS obligations.
  • Encourage and facilitate employee consultation and participation in EHS matters including the establishment and review of EHS objectives and programmes.

At Strategic Marine, every employee is responsible to take all possible measures in preventing injuries and ill health both to himself/herself and his/her fellow colleagues.

Human Capital Sustainability

Why This Matters to Us

We subscribe to a human capital model that endeavours to set up programs, practices and create a culture that is most important to talents today and which evolves with investors, customers, employers and employees alike to meet the needs of tomorrow.

We believe a leadership that is effective, a human capital strategy that aligns with the business strategy and forges a healthy company culture to reinforce the right values and mindset enable us to achieve this.

Our leaders envision the future, build the strategy for the company and then inspire and align others to deliver on the strategy.

Aligning with this business strategy is our human capital strategy comprising human capital programs, policies and practices. This involves solving for how works gets done, the composition of the workforce, and the management of human capital risk.

Nothing erodes an organization’s purpose or its talent experience more than an unhealthy culture. A critical component of sustainability, then, is a healthy company culture. To us this means:

  • a work environment that is inclusive, allowing employees to bring their “whole selves” to work
  • a culture that supports resilience, agility, and the attraction, retention and engagement of a diverse workforce
  • a leadership and company mindset that ensure workers are treated with dignity and respect
  • a culture that promotes physical, emotional, social, and financial wellbeing
  • a culture that promotes psychological safety, collaboration, ideation, a tolerance for reasonable risk-taking and innovation
  • a culture that mandates ethical conduct and behaviour.
  • a culture where all work together to achieve agreed objectives. Everyone pushes the train.