We strive to create a positive impact on People, Partners, and the Planet where we have a direct presence to contribute to national and global agendas to help meet local environmental and societal needs.

Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) considerations are being increasingly integrated into our corporate strategies, operations and business decisions. This presents challenges and complexities but also opportunities for us on both a business and an individual level to transition to a more sustainable economy and future.

We integrate ESG efforts into our daily operating and business practices, because the actions we take not only affect the long-term sustainability of our business, make us stronger and enhance the value of our business, but also have a larger effect on the planet and future generations.

Our ESG strategy is formed around 4 pillars:

Embedding sustainable development and resilience across our work

Improving social outcomes

Achieving net zero

Enhancing governance

We value sustainability and are actively working to minimize the impact that our business activities have on the planet. As a Company which operates a large fleet of vessels worldwide, we recognize our responsibility to the environment. We also have an obligation to our staff and the quality of the workplace and to the communities in which we operate.

We focus on the following areas of sustainable development to achieve green shipping across our fleet:

  • Technological measures
  • Operational optimization
  • Responsible recycling and waste management

Both at sea and ashore, we seek to create a culture whereby safety prevails across all activities and operating practices and where our employees can thrive and make a difference. We strive to motivate our employees to follow initiatives that fulfil our sustainability targets by encouraging colleagues to minimize waste, emissions and energy consumption. This focus is underpinned by impeccable business ethics.

Qualship 21 and RightShip

The U.S. Coast Guard identifies and provides incentives for the well run, quality ships which are operated responsibly, and are typically found with few or no deficiencies. These high-quality technical managers and vessels are recognized for their commitment to safety and quality. This initiative is called QUALSHIP 21, Quality Shipping for the 21st century.

All 10 of Tomini fleet vessels inspected by USCG have been awarded QUALSHIP21 certification. Moreover, Tomini Shipping has been QUALSHIP21 certified as Technical Managers by USCG.

Tomini Shipping has a brilliant record with all PSC MoU and all Tomini fleet vessels enjoy approval ratings from RightShip.

Our CSR strategy and ambitions are overseen and delivered by the CSR Committee with support and guidance of the Group Executive Board. The committee is responsible for driving meaningful impact through our services and work in communities.

Tomini Group collaborate, partner and support charities that focus on education and aim to address the poverty gap. In addition, the committee runs regular staff events which allows our colleagues to be part of the initiatives.

To date Tomini has donated over USD 3.4 Million towards designated charities and initiatives (2021 – USD 1 Million and 2022 – USD 2.4 Million) and has structured plans to continue on their charitable endeavors.

Sustainable Development Goals
TCF – The Citizens Foundation

The Citizens Foundation (TCF) is a professionally managed, non-profit organization. 25 years later, TCF is now one of Pakistan’s leading organizations in the field of education for the less privileged. Tomini has been supporting TCF for over 2 decades. This is an organization we strongly believe in and would like to continue to support and grow our relationship with them. Tomini has built 3 schools with TCF, the first one in 1996. One of the main focus of TCF is aligned with our main focus of giving back to the people on long term basis through educating the young generation which will benefit them. For life.


Provides health care absolutely free of cost to millions of deserving patients. Its purpose is to provide indiscriminate, quality healthcare to people across Pakistan. IHHN also provides post graduate training center, continuing education and allied health training. IHHN is playing its part in preparing a legacy of exceptional healthcare professionals through its accredited programs in:

  • Nursing & Midwifery
  • Physical Therapy & Rehabilitation
  • Medical Technology & Allied Health

IHHN is a not-for-profit healthcare system that solely relies on public donations.

G.E.A.R (Generating Employment Alternatives for self-reliance)

G.E.A.R (Generating Employment Alternatives for self-reliance) is a nonprofit organization founded in 2009. Provides support for social uplift including interest free micro loans, based on the principle of Qard-e-Hasna and ‘payable when able’. Scheme enables people to escape poverty stricken lives.

The scheme is used to :

  • Purchase sewing machines for ladies
  • Purchase market carts and stocks for selling vegetables, fruit, toys etc.
  • Support other business ventures as per the beneficiaries’ skill sets

Active follow up is maintained to ensure that the beneficiaries are able to run their ventures profitably. G.E.A.R is nationally recognized and has featured extensively on national TV and other forums.

GEAR has developed a unique concept of supporting people to start up their own small size business according to their skills and interests which in turn helps them to support their families financially as well as self-actualize. GEAR gives beneficiaries freedom to pay back their micro loan whenever is best for them, at which point the money is then used to support another beneficiary on their journey to renewed financial freedom.

PMC – Pakistan Medical Association

Pakistan Medical Center is a not for profit health care facility – the first of its kind in the GCC region – which provides a range of high quality and subsidized medical services to people of all nationalities, while free healthcare is offered to deserving patients.

  • PMC started its operations in Oct 2020 following all DHA procedures
  • PMC has made an impact in the lives of 15000 people from 52 nationalities, approximately 50% of their patients are on welfare (treated free)

Through PMC we can support underprivileged people of any nationality in Dubai to get the best quality health care facilities for free.

Mission to Seafarers

Day and night, and throughout the worst of the pandemic times, The Mission to Seafarers has remained on call for all seafarers in over 200 ports around the world. Their mission is to care for the shipping industry’s most important asset: its people. They are grateful for the constant acts of kindness, and corporate support, that allow them, in turn, to serve the people that make sacrifices to keep our global economy afloat.

Traditionally their core services have been delivered through ship-visits, their seafarers' centres and a range of welfare and emergency support services. All of which is made possible by their global network of ship visitors, staff, and volunteers.

As challenging times continue for seafarers across the globe, they continue to offer much needed practical, emotional, and spiritual support.