RightShip, a digital maritime platform, has joined forces with the International Cargo Handling Organisation (ICHCA).
According to ICHCA, this partnership’s core mission is to improve the safety of all cargo handlers throughout the international maritime supply chain.
RightShip was founded with the purpose of driving operational improvements in the global shipping sector, its clients use its due diligence, environmental, and inspection services to control risk and improve overall marine safety.
On the announcement of the news of joining ICHCA, RightShip’s Yucel Yildiz, Port and Terminal Manager said: “Alongside our mission to make our seas safer and minimise the environmental impact of international shipping, we wish to make a difference by supporting not-for-profit maritime organisations working to improve safety and the wellbeing of the workforce.
“We believe ICHCA is such an organisation providing a focal point for informing, educating, lobbying, and networking to improve knowledge and best practice across the cargo handling chain. Joining ICHCA will support us in achieving a long-lasting collaboration to achieve zero harm in ports and terminals.”
Richard Steele, ICHCA’s CEO, stated: “We welcome the addition of a member which has such a clear commitment to safety and is proactively striving for environmentally sustainable and socially beneficial solutions to the industry’s risk mitigation challenges.
“We are proud of the diverse nature of our membership. This fuels our strength of purpose and is vital in enabling ICHCA to be a relevant influence on the standards of safety through our industry and around the world. RightShip’s particular expertise in forwarding ESG principles significantly enhances ICHCA’s representation of such diversity.”