Environmental and Social Data
The Key ESG Perfomance Data
Improvement Rate of CO2 Emissions Based on Fiscal 2010 Values
We manage the CO2 emissions improvement rate of each of our vessel types and strive to identify optimal operation and reduce CO2 emissions. Our rate of improvement for all vessel types in fiscal 2017 was 14.3% compared to fiscal 2010, or a 2.9 point improvement compared to fiscal 2016.
CO2 Emissions According to Environmental Management Indicator (EMI)*1
- *1 The environmental management indicator (EMI) is calculated as the environmental impact (CO2 emissions) divided by the value added by the business (mass of cargo in tons x transport distance in kilometers)
- *2The index is larger for car and truck carriers because the weight to capacity ratio is smaller
Our environmental management indicator (EMI) complies with IMO guidelines, and we have been managing the CO2 emissions from our fleet per ton-kilometer by each vessel type since 2006. Reduced values indicate improvement of emissions.
In addition to actively pursuing technical development to contribute to safe operation and environmental conservation, the Group is also conducting research into advanced technologies related to condition-based maintenance of onboard machinery and manned autonomous ships.
Number of Patents
- *Numbers of patents indicate the current number at the end of each fiscal year
We have obtained patents in the fields of safe operation and environmental conservation, including optimal efficiency operation utilizing big data such as the navigation / machinery information of fleets in operation (IBIS-TWO) and the MT-FAST hull attachment that saves energy to achieve high fuel savings.
Trends in Downtime
The amount of time that operation of our vessels stops due to accidents or other trouble (downtime) is used as an KPI for safe operation. All our employees, both onshore and offshore, work together toward the target of eliminating downtime.
Number of Anomalies in Vessel Machinery Indicated by SIMS
We have started analysis of anomalies in vessel machinery indicated by SIMS to detect events that may lead to mechanical troubles, fuel leaks, fires, etc.
Ratio of NYK Group Employees by Region (consolidated)
More than 70% of the Group's approximately 37,000 employees work overseas.
Percentage of Seafarers by Nationality *1
- *1Percentage of seafarers at NYK Ship management (officers and crew members)
- *2China, Vietnam, Russia, Myanmar, Nigeria, Angola, Panama, Singapore
Number of Females in Management (Including group companies)
Trends in Monthly Overtime Exceeding Legal Working Hours
- *Employees working at the NYK headquarters
To manage the progress of the OLIVE project for workstyle reforms, we monitor and internally share data on the trends in monthly overtime exceeding legal working hours.
Number of NYK Maritime College Seafarers Participants (by nationality)
The NYK Maritime College is a system that provides a globally uniform training program regardless of the nationality and training location of seafarers to effectively improve the skills of our seafarers.
Number of NYK Business College Participants (Including group employees)
The NYK Business College training system, established for the purpose of enhancing the total ability of group employees, comprises more than 60 kinds of training programs.
Number of Participants in Compliance, Antitrust Law, and Prevention of Bribery Training
- *The number of participants for compliance training indicates only those at the headquarters
- *The number of times that antitrust law training was conducted in fiscal 2015 decreased because the trainers for overseas group companies (in the Asia region) were switched from NYK legal staff to locally employed lawyers in fiscal 2016, and fiscal 2015 was used to prepare for that transition
- *Training for the prevention of bribery was started from fiscal 2015
Expertise and Experience of Directors (As of June 20, 2018)
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