The entire management and staff of XPO Marine Services Limited are committed to conducting the business of the company in accordance with the highest ethical behaviour, legal standard and fair dealings to all clients. The business conduct guidelines provide guidance for staff to live up the expectations in every business relationship at all times and there exist a mechanism for control and compliance to compel staff performance. Of course the company maintains a strong appraisal and performance measurement system which exposes weak and non- performing workers which are either re-trained or replaced.

This ensures highest service delivery and delivery in all areas. The company has adopted the under-mentioned broad corporate objectives as part of its corporate plan strategy:

» Delivery in all areas. The company has adopted the under-mentioned broad corporate objectives as part of its corporate plan strategy.

» Providing a variety of first class services using indigenous man-power and material where necessary to conserve scarce foreign exchange and exchange rate volatility.

» Strengthens the provision of services specifically tailored to meet the needs of clients.

» Engage direct labour in communities of operationas part of fulfillment of social responsibility and also to avert youth restiveness in areas of operations.

» Build the business around a trim and tightly run, effective and efficient system supported by a well laid out procedures and policies.

» Only engage the best and competent hands in the labour market space with strong regards for professionalism and ethics.

» Acquisition of only brand new VESSELS to serve to oil and gas industry in a concerted bid to dominate the market and play a leading role in harnessing the cabotage and local content initiatives.

» Continuously drive and sustain adequate reward/benefits for the workforce at all times.


XPO Marine is fully registered with all the required regulatory authorities in compliance with applicable laws. These are:

- Department of Petroleum Resources (DPR)
- Nigeria Petroleum Exchange (NIPEX/NJQS)
- Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA)
- Nigerian Ports Authority (NPA)
- Nigerian Content Development and Monitoring Board (NCDMB)
- NOGIC JQS Classification as AA category on National Marine Vessel List


XPO has put in place policies to enable the company operate in line with world class standards. Amongst these policies are:

- HSE Policy
- Drugs & Alcohol Policy
- Quality Policy
- Quality Management System
- Anti-bribery Policy
- Training Policy
- Nigerian Content Policy
- Security & Business Continuity Plan Policy
- Risk Assessment & Management Plan