-Statement from Chairman and CEO
- Company Environmental consideration
-Company income statement
2 Company overview
Headquarters Miami, Florida and London, England Founders: Ted Arison, Micky Arison Founded; 1972
CEO: Arnold Donald
Chairman of the board: Micky Arison
Cruise Brands: Carnival Cruise lines (24 ships), Princess Cruise lines (17 ships), Holland America (15 ships), Costa (14 ships), P&O Cruises (7ships), Cunard (3 ships),Seabourn (6 ships), Aida (10 ships) Cruises Australia (4 ships) Iberocruse (3 ships) Total numbers of vessels; 102
Total number of employees; 92 0000
Stock exchange: NYSE: CCL $39.11 0.30(0.77%) (Jun 20,2014 4:06PM EDT) Cruising areas: Alaska, Bahamas, Baltic, Bermudas, Caribbean, Hawaii, Mediterranean, New England, Panama Canal, South America, South Pacific
3 A Statement from the Chairman and CEO
-Our corporate responsibility; “Hand in hand with our operating performance is continuing commitment to be responsible corporate citizens, especially when it comes to protecting environment.
- “Our commitment to health, environment, safety and security starts with actively maintaining our ISO14001 Environmental Management System certifications and is demonstrated by a wide range of actions, including deploying the first prototype exhaust gas scrubber system in Alaska in an effort to reduce air emissions.
“Carnival vision is to provide the world with the finest and safest vacation experience for our employees and guest” "Our mission is to deliver exceptional vacation experiences through the world’s best-known cruise brands that cater to a variety of different lifestyles and budgets, all at an outstanding value unrivaled on land or at sea. "Mickey Arison, Chairman and CEO
4 Early history
Cruise industry pioneer Ted Arison founded “Carnival Cruise Lines” in 1972, beginning with purchased freightliner, renamed the Mardi Gras. In 1974, Ted Arison displayed his deep entrepreneurial spirit by purchasing full ownership of the company with $1 in cash and $5 Million in debt. Over a...
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