- Corporate Governance Award for Transparency and Honesty
In September 2010 the Corporate Governance Award for Transparency and Honesty was presented to Laem Chabang Terminal B-1 (LCB1) by Mr. Panthep Klanarongran, the Chairman of Thailand’s National Anti-Corruption Commission (NACC). The terminal was one of only 15 companies to have been honored for corporate governance in this category by the Thai Government this year.
- Zero Accident Award (Bronze Level)
Thailand’s Minister of Labor, Mr. Chalermchai Sri-on, presented the Zero Accident Award (Bronze Level) to Laem Chabang Terminal B-1 (LCB1) in September 2010 in recognition of “Outstanding Safety Performance”, with 1.4 million man-hours of work performed over the course of a year without any Lost-Time Injuries (LTI). Although 102 companies in Thailand were cited for this Bronze level distinction for 2010, LCB1 was notably the only marine terminal to have earned the Safety Award.
- Special Jury Award, Oman Green Awards
The Port of Salalah was honored with the Special Jury Award at the Oman Green Awards
in July 2010. The Oman Green Awards are national environmental awards established to recognize outstanding environmental vision, endeavors and achievements. The Special Jury Award honors the company that that stands out from other nominees by excelling in multiple environmental initiatives. The Port of Salalah’s nomination was based on the Qudam Project, the in-house strategic plan developed to manage improvements and measure progress in key areas of the Port’s business.
- Safety at Sea International Award
APM Terminals was named the winner of the Safety at Sea International (SASI) Award for 2010 in the category of Management and Operations. Presented in London on June 22nd, the award, which is presented annually, recognized the APM Terminals’ company-wide Safety Culture program as “an initiative that demonstrates improved safe working practices or attitudes as a result of its implementation, either onshore or aboard-ship”.
Port Community Award
APM Terminals Rotterdam was named the winner of the Port Community Award 2009 in recognition of efficiency in information exchange in the Dutch ports of Rotterdam and Amsterdam. The selection of APM Terminals Rotterdam by unanimous vote of the judging panel was announced at the second annual Port Community Award ceremony on April 21st.
Pacific Maritime Association Safety Awards
APM Terminals Los Angeles, Oakland and Tacoma were cited for their outstanding achievements in workplace safety for 2009, by the Pacific Maritime Association. For the third year in a row, Pier 400 (Los Angeles) won the First Place Safety Award in the Class A category for LA/Long Beach, and First Place Group A Container Company Coast Award. APM Terminals Oakland won the Class C area award for Northern California, also for the third consecutive year. The Oakland team was able to continuously improve the safety culture at the terminal despite the impending closure at year end. In addition, Tacoma was recognized with second place Washington Area and Coast-Level awards for Category C operators.
New York Shipping Association Safety Award
For the third consecutive year, the New York Shipping Association has recognized APMT Elizabeth (Port Elizabeth, New Jersey) with an award for Lowest Lost Time Accidents Frequency in the Port of NY & NJ – Group A Facilities.
Chemtech Leadership and Excellence Award
Gujarat Pipavav Port Limited, recently rebranded as APM Terminals Pipavav, received the Chemtech Leadership and Excellence 2009-10 Award as the fastest-growing port in India. The Chemtech Foundation is one of India’s leading industry associations.
Moroccan National “Safety at Work Award”
APM Terminals Tangier was named winner of the Moroccan National “Safety at Work Award” for 2009 on January 21st 2010 by the Ministry of Industry, Trade and New Technologies.
Lloyd’s List “Port Operator of the Year” Award
APM Terminals was named “Port Operator of the Year” for 2009 by a panel of industry judges at the prestigious Lloyd’s List annual container industry award gala.
Lloyd’s List Middle East & Indian Subcontinent Shipping “Terminal Operator of the Year”
Gateway Terminals India (GTI) was named “Terminal Operator of the Year” at the annual Lloyd’s List 2009 Middle East & Indian Subcontinent Shipping Awards on November 8, 2009 in Dubai. A panel of six maritime industry judges evaluated the nominees based upon achievement in offering safe, reliable, cost-efficient and environmentally-friendly services to customers over the past year in an increasingly competitive ports sector in a tough international shipping market.
Chinese Ports Association Awards
Qingdao Qianwan Container Terminal (QQCT) was recognized by the Chinese Ports Association with five awards this year for outstanding performance during 2008. The winning categories for QQCT in the annual award event included selection as one of the Top 10 Busiest Container Terminals; one of the Top 5 Container Terminals in Berth Productivity; one of the Top 5 Container Terminals in Crane Productivity as well as winning in the categories of Energy Efficiency and Best Contributor to the Development of China’s Terminal Industry.
APL Productivity Award
APM Terminals Zeebrugge, Belgium was named APL’s 2009 North European Productivity Award winner in the Crane Productivity category. Lloyd’s List Middle East and Indian Sub Continent Awards Gateway Terminals India – the APM Terminals managed container terminal serving the commercial and financial hub of Mumbai, was named “Port Authority/Terminal Operator” for 2009 for the Middle East and Indian Sub-Continent Region by Lloyd’s List.
Kaohsiung Harbor Bureau Awards
APM Terminals Kaohsiung was honored at the annual Kaohsiung Harbor Bureau Awards ceremony for “Continuous Safety Improvement”. This was the only safety award won by any of the 10 terminal operators at Taiwan’s largest container port.