Triumph Subsea Services’ core values can be summarised as GREEN. GREEN forms the basis and framework of our commitment to excel within our business, consistently deliver excellence to our clients and to further develop our technologies to assist the world in achieving Net Zero. We expect all of our supply-chain, subcontractors and partners to adhere to these same standards and values relevant to their scopes of supply.
Green Technology is required to ensure the preservation and sustainability of the Blue Economy for present and future generations. As such we will only use vessels and equipment within the Blue Economy that leave the smallest possible environmental footprint in all aspects of our marine operations.
Research to further develop and to push the boundaries of Green Technology for use within the Blue Economy with the ultimate goal of being able to operate Net Zero vessels for all of our marine operations by 2035 or sooner.
Leave the smallest possible Environmental footprint in all aspects of our companies operations and in particular to meet and exceed the United Nations Sustainable Development Goal # 14 – Life Below Water.
Ethically operate our business and always act with honesty and integrity. Our Ethics include our commitment to be an equal opportunity employer, support local supply chains, support local communities and safely conduct our business to ensure no harm is done to the people or the environment.
Use all of our Green Technology and Research to assist all of our supply-chain, subcontractors and clients to achieve their Net Zero goals. Our goal is Net Zero by 2035 or sooner and we expect everyone that we are engaged with to aim for similar goals.
Triumph subscribes to and supports the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) that were adopted by all United Nations Member States in 2015 as a universal call to action to end poverty, protect the planet and ensure that all people enjoy peace and prosperity by 2030. Triumph, in-line with the 2015 Paris Agreement for climate change, is committed to being a Net Zero company by 2035 or sooner for all of our vessel and marine operations.
Triumph, its Director and shareholders believe that to achieve the SDG and Net Zero targets, partnerships within numerous diverse market segments are needed to push the envelope of technology and science to achieve these targets sooner rather than later. As such we are continually joining forces and connecting with partners within the maritime, technology, aerospace, industrial engineering sectors and scientific research communities. We believe strongly enough in the UN SDGs, Paris Agreement and Net Zero and commitments, that we have allocated dedicated research laboratories, equipment and sufficient accommodation on all of our vessels so that we can host research agencies and scientists without affecting our day to day operations.
TECHNOLOGY AND INNOVATION
The key drivers and differentiators in Triumph’s sustainability growth programme are based on our unrivalled innovations and industry first initiatives. We have incorporated all of the latest and currently available advanced technology, robotics, safety systems and autonomous systems within our new vessels that will be utilized within the energy and offshore wind sectors. We do not have a legacy fleet of older vessels and therefore we are in the extremely fortunate position that all of the vessels within our fleet are Green and all are future proofed, this ensures that we can reach our Net Zero goals. We are the industry leaders in all aspects of future proof vessel designs, build and operations and we will continually evolve, adapt, invent and incorporate new Green Technology into our vessels as it becomes available.