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CMA CGM unit APL joins campaign against illegal wildlife trade shipments

SINGAPORE's APL, now a unit of French shipping giant CMA CGM has become a signatory of the United for Wildlife (UFW) Transport Taskforce, declaring to prevent the transportation of illegal wildlife and their products in the fight against illegal wildlife trade

CMA CGM unit APL joins campaign against illegal wildlife trade shipments

SINGAPORE's APL, now a unit of French shipping giant CMA CGM has become a signatory of the United for Wildlife (UFW) Transport Taskforce, declaring to prevent the transportation of illegal wildlife and their products in the fight against illegal wildlife trade

13 December 2018 - 19:00

SINGAPORE's APL, now a unit of French shipping giant CMA CGM has become a signatory of the United for Wildlife (UFW) Transport Taskforce, declaring to prevent the transportation of illegal wildlife and their products in the fight against illegal wildlife trade.

'APL recognises that we can be instrumental in preventing illicit wildlife trading if we do not transport these products; and discourage consumption of these products by educating our stakeholders,' said APL eco chief Dennis Yee.



This builds on APL's policy not to ship shark fin, dolphins, whales, elephant tusks as well as rhinoceros and antelope horns.



Said Mr Yee: 'Abiding by all laws and regulations, we will stay aligned with global environmental sustainability initiatives and collaborate with like-minded stakeholder groups to make a difference in wildlife protection.'


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