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Maritime Anti-Corruption Network

Maritime Anti-Corruption Network


Bribery and corruption regulation is ever-tightening. Additionally, stakeholders expect companies to play a significant role in addressing the root causes of corruption. Are you confident that your business risks are well-managed and that you are participating in real efforts to confront systemic issues throughout your global supply chain?

The Maritime Anti-Corruption Network (MACN) is a global business network working towards its vision of a maritime industry free of corruption that enables fair trade to the benefit of society at large.

MACN Members promote good corporate practice in the maritime industry for tackling bribes, facilitation payments, and other forms of corruption by adopting the MACN Anti-Corruption Principles, communicating progress on implementation, sharing best practices, and creating awareness of industry challenges.

MACN also collaborates with key stakeholders, including governments, authorities, and international organizations, in markets where corruption is prevalent to its membership, to identify and mitigate the root causes of corruption in the maritime industry.

Why Join?

As a member of MACN you make an active contribution to the elimination of corruption in the maritime industry.


Member Benefits

Access to resources that support effective internal risk management:

  • Learn and share best practices to improve your anti-corruption program and efforts to implement adequate procedures
  • Use the MACN logo as a powerful mechanism to signal your commitment to the MACN Anti-Corruption Principles which are modeled on the requirements of the U.K. Bribery Act and other relevant regulations and standards.

Effectively tackle the systemic root causes of corruption:

  • By participating in MACN collective action, you have a greater impact in alleviating a fundamental bottleneck of trade and development than acting alone.

Regular Members

  • Ardmore Shipping
  • AS Klaveness Chartering
  • BP Shipping Ltd.
  • Carnival Corporation & plc
  • Clipper Group
  • CSL Group
  • Eukor Car Carriers
  • Gearbulk
  • Grieg Star
  • Hamburg Sud
  • Hoegh Autoliners
  • J. Lauritzen
  • Kawasaki Kisen Kaisha, Ltd. (“K” Line)
  • Knutsen OAS Shipping
  • Maersk Line
  • Maersk Tankers
  • Norden
  • Nordic Tankers
  • Odfjell Management AS
  • Petroleum Geo Services (PGS)
  • Ridgebury Tankers
  • Rio Tinto Marine
  • RWE Supply & Trading
  • Shell International Trading and Shipping Company Ltd.
  • Solvang A/S
  • Teekay Corporation
  • TORM
  • Wallenius Marine AB
  • Wallenius Wilhelmsen Logistics
  • Wilh. Wilhelmsen ASA
  • Western Bulk A/S

Associate Members

  • Ben Line Agencies Ltd.
  • BHP Billiton
  • DA-Desk
  • Danish Shipowners Association
  • Gulf Agency Company
  • Inchcape Shipping Services
  • Intercargo
  • Kuehne + Nagel
  • Morgan Stanley
  • Norwegian Ship Owners Association (NSA)

Strategic Advisor

  • Holman Fenwick Willan


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