Global Maritime Forum’s Creation Of The Sea Cargo Charter


Stephenson Harwood LLP has advised the Global Maritime Forum on the deal.

Global Maritime Forum created The Sea Cargo Charter, which was launched yesterday. Stephenson Harwood is the sole international law firm partner of the GMF.

The Sea Cargo Charter follows in the footsteps of the Poseidon Principles, another GMF initiative, and is a further development towards the aim of sustainability in the maritime industry. It aspires to set a new benchmark for transparent climate reporting, and improved decision-making in line with the United Nations decarbonisation targets.

The Founding Signatories of the Sea Cargo Charter include Anglo American, ADM, Bunge, Cargill OceanTransportation, COFCO International, Dow, Equinor, Gunvor Group, Klaveness Combination Carriers, Louis DreyfusCompany, Norden, Occidental, Shell, Torvald Klaveness and Trafigura.

Haris Zografakis (Picture), partner from Stephenson Harwood advised on the deal.

Involved fees earner: Haris Zografakis – Stephenson Harwood;

Law Firms: Stephenson Harwood;

Clients: Global Maritime Forum;