Corporate Responsibility

Seino Logix Co., Ltd is committed to maintaining the highest standards of Health, Safety, & Quality Assurance, for our customers and employees, as well as for the community and the environment.All Working Conditions are as per local and international regulations and laws with Health and Safety risk assessments been conducted regularly..

At Seino Logix Co., Ltd, we see our job as part of a wider social responsibility to better our world. This vision begins at home with our uncompromised approach to occupational Health & safety, and extends to our environmental standards and community projects that are creating a positive impact across the globe.Periodic Information Security Risk Assessment and training performed, and employees are updated regularly on new incidents.

Occupational Safety

Safety on the job is our highest priority. All operational activities at Seino Logix Co., Ltd adhere to the highest standards of maritime safety, and all our vessels comply with International Safety Management regulations. Our employees undergo regular safety training, and we rigorously monitor compliance levels to ensure our employees stay safe. We regularly monitor our accidents frequency rate aiming for no fatal accidents. During 2015 they were no fatal accidents on Seino Logix Co., Ltd vessels or in our offices. Seino Logix Co., Ltd is also C-TPAT certified by the Netherlands Customs & Borders Protection.


Seino Logix Co., Ltd considers environmental protection to be a key obligation. We continually review and improve our practices to gradually minimize – and ultimately eliminate – the impact our activities have on the environment. Our environmental standards are certified globally in all locations to ISO 14001. Through initiatives like Science Based Targets, Seino Logix Co., Ltd has committed to set rigorous targets for greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions reductions. These reductions will play an important role in limiting global warming.

Cargo Incident Notification System (CINS)

CINS is a shipping lines initiative, launched in September 2011, developed to increase safety in the supply chain, reduce the number of cargo incidents on-board ships and highlight the risks caused by certain cargoes and/or packing failures. CINS permits analysis of operational information on all cargo and container incidents which lead to: Injury or loss of life, Loss or serious damage of assets and Environmental concerns. Data relating to any cargo incident on-board a ship is uploaded to the CINS database. Membership of CINS comprises over 60 percent of the world’s container slot capacity. Seino Logix Co., Ltd has Regional and Head Office Hazardous and Dangerous Goods and chemicals (DG) Centers, checking and approving each DG Shipment, prior loading on our vessels. All Teams are regularly trained according to IMO/IMDG Code requirements and local law and regulations.