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IMPA ACT Coffee Morning turns out to be a real success

July 25, 2019
Curious about IMPA ACT? We are giving you an opportunity to meet the team and get to know the ins and outs of the initiative.

Kick off day two of IMPA London 2019 with IMPA ACT and a coffee.

Curious about what IMPA's initiative for Corporate Social Responsibility and Responsible Supply Chain Management is all about? Want to find out how IMPA ACT can help you manage your supply chain responsibly and mitigate supplier risks? Come meet the team and some of the purchasing professionals involved in the programme over a cup of coffee and pastry on the second day of IMPA London 2019.

On behalf of our team, Susan Koefoed (IMPA CEO), Stephen Alexander (IMPA COO) and Jasmine Schestak (IMPA Senior Project Manager) will be there to greet you and assist with questions about the programme. For experience, best practice and insight into actively working with the programme, we will be welcoming Laila Hansen (CSR Manager at Incentra SA) and Anel Medina (Purchase Manager at J. Lauritzen).

Get your invite and do not forget to let us know are planning to attend the session. Register your interest!


IMPA ACT is an independent initiative aligned with UN principles that seeks to improve the economic, social and environmental compliance of its ship purchaser and supplier members. The IMPA ACT community consists of ship purchasers and suppliers that work towards alignment with the initiative’s model code of conduct, both internally and within their supply chain. By moving from a mass of individual company-created codes and systems to an industry-wide initiative, shipping companies and their suppliers are saving costs and time, while being part of a constantly-developing programme that represents best practice and is aligned with international expectations on CSR.

Later update: Coffee morning turns out to be a real success

With representatives from companies such as DS Norden, J. Lauritzen, Uni-Tankers and many more, the IMPA ACT coffee morning has proven to be a real success. As event organisers, we were very pleased to see the sustainability efforts that so many companies are already making and how keen they are on uniting to drive sustainable practice and align conduct with universal principles on human rights, environment and anti-corruption. We hope everyone's questions were answered.

IMPA ACT Coffee Morning turns out to be a real success
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