Bibby Line Group Modern Slavery Statement
Bibby Line Group strongly supports the eradication of slavery, as well as the eradication of servitude, forced or compulsory labour and human trafficking.
As a Group, we uphold high levels of corporate governance and corporate social responsibility. We are committed to operating within the law, with ethical business practices, and being responsible to the communities in which we operate.
The statements below cover Bibby Line Group head office and our qualifying subsidiaries. We operate substantially autonomous operating subsidiaries each responsible for their own strategy, results and operations.
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At the time when Napoleon was causing havoc in Europe, the Americans ha...> Read more
By 1840 John had become a very wealthy and influential man, o...> Read more
During the 1850's the Bibby business either built or acquired 23 vessel...> Read more
In 1859 Bibby Line's Venetian was the first vessel built by the Belfast...> Read more
In 1880 Arthur Wilson Bibby, now the guiding force in the fortunes of t...> Read more
In 1891 Bibby Steam Ship Co. was established under the manage...> Read more
In 1893 Bibby Line was placed on the approved list for Government offic...> Read more
In 1902 and with Arthur Wilson Bibby at the helm Bibby Line became one ...> Read more
At the outbreak of WWI the Bibby Line ships were requisitioned to serve...> Read more
Now under the leadership of Sir Harold Bibby and at the outbreak of WWI...> Read more
With Sir Derek Bibby now at the helm the company more than trebled...> Read more
Bibby Line started a long association with the LPG sector in 1968 with ...> Read more
In October 1980 came the tragic loss of the oil-bulk-ore carrier Derbys...> Read more
Bibby Line became involved in 'factoring' in 1981. For the firs...> Read more
In 1985 Sir Derek Bibby employed the non-family member Simon ...> Read more
Manx Ship Management was formed in the Isle of Man, to employ seafare...> Read more
In 1992 the company moved its head office to105 Duke Street, a building...> Read more
In 2000 Michael Bibby became Managing Director of Bibby Line Group, par...> Read more
The offshore business began trading as a division in its own right in 2...> Read more
Bibby Line Group celebrated its Bicentenary in 2007. A year long calend...> Read more
This year also saw the Group continue to diversify with the purchase of...> Read more
Bibby Line Group purchased 100% of Costcutter and established the Bib...> Read more
Our Costcutter business form a strategic partnership with Palmer & ...> Read more
After 30 years with the Group - 15 years as Chairman and previously a...> Read more
Bibby Line Group's strength and success lies in its diversity. A glob...> Read more