14 April 2019
Progressive alliance demonstrates BMT’s commitment to sustainable ocean development
BMT, a leading, multidisciplinary consultancy with strong industry sector-expertise across oceanic marine and coastal environments, has become a member of the World Ocean Council (WOC). The latest partnership announcement from BMT demonstrates its commitment to sustainable ocean development by joining the WOC – an international business leadership alliance for ‘Corporate Ocean Responsibility’.
BMT brings a wealth of maritime experience and expertise to the WOC and adds significantly to the select number of important firms from around the world joining the WOC. With the growing number of challenges facing the ocean and the ocean business community, BMT looks forward to enhancing its engagement with a diverse range of leadership companies and organisations that seek to collaborate on ocean sustainable development action.
BMT’s business development director for Environment Greg Fisk commented:
“We are pleased and privileged to be joining WOC’s unique global, cross-sectoral platform as we seek to strengthen our engagement with leading companies and organisations in the ocean business community that share a common interest and commitment to sustainable development. Being part of the responsible collaborations at this unprecedented global, multi-industry forum for ocean companies, and sharing best practices about marine sustainable development practices and enterprise, is a new and progressive partnership milestone for BMT,”
“The World Ocean Council is extremely pleased to welcome BMT to our growing ocean business leadership alliance. Strong leadership is needed from offshore and maritime sectors to demonstrate their commitment to tackling ocean sustainability issues and the new autonomous technologies facing ocean industries,” said Paul Holthus, founding President and Chief Executive Officer of the World Ocean Council.
BMT joins the WOC coalition of companies and organisations with a wide scope of experience and consultancy expertise. Its highly skilled and cross-functional teams around the world help to assist companies operate in the most cost-effective, safe, reliable and environmentally responsible manner. The international and highly-diversified consultancy has a celebrated track record in ocean sustainability, science, engineering and stewardship.
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