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Maritime Anti-Corruption Network

Working toward a maritime industry free of corruption that enables fair trade to the benefit of society at large

Maritime Anti-Corruption Network Overview


Introduction


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 the vision of a maritime industry free of corruption that enables fair trade to the benefit of society at large. Established in 2011 by a small group of committed maritime companies, MACN has grown to include over 90 members globally, and has become one of the pre-eminent examples of collective action to tackle corruption.

Learn More

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Visit www.maritime-acn.org



Our Mission


To work towards the elimination of all forms of maritime corruption by: raising awareness of the challenges faced; implementing the MACN Anti-Corruption Principles and co-developing and sharing best practices; collaborating with governments, non-governmental organizations, and civil society to identify and mitigate the root causes of corruption; and creating a culture of integrity within the maritime community.



Our Accomplishments


  • Four Collective Actions (Argentina, Egypt, Indonesia, Nigeria), including the development and implementation of new Standard Operating Procedures and grievance mechanisms, and the successful adoption of new regulations
  • Creation of anonymous incident reporting mechanisms with regular report-outs for members, which allow captains to prepare more thoroughly and show hot spots for corruption where collective action is required
  • Development of a suite of resources for members, including the MACN Integrity Training Toolkit for key internal stakeholders in the maritime industry such as captains, onboard staff, compliance officers, and senior management
  • Launch and roll-out in Nigeria and Indonesia in 2016 of the MACN Integrity Champion Training—a tailor-made training for port officials. 


Why Join?


As a member of Maritime Anti-Corruption Network (MACN), you make an active contribution to the elimination of corruption in the maritime industry.

  • Access to resources that support effective internal risk management
  • Effectively tackle the systemic root causes of corruption 


Resources


Maritime Anti-Corruption Network Sustainable Development Goals Alignment

SDG icon, Goal 8: Decent Work and Economic Growth
SDG icon, Goal 9: Industry, Innovation, and Infrastructure
SDG icon, Goal 16: Peace, Justice, and Strong Institutions

Maritime Anti-Corruption Network Companies

  • Ardmore Shipping
  • AS Klaveness Chartering
  • BP Shipping Ltd.
  • BW Group
  • Carnival Corporation & plc
  • The China Navigation Co. Pte. Ltd (“CNCo”)
  • Clipper Group
  • CMA CGM
  • CSL Group
  • Eukor Car Carriers
  • Gearbulk
  • Grieg Star
  • Hafnia Tankers
  • Hamburg Sud
  • Hoegh Autoliners
  • Hoegh LNG AS
  • J. Lauritzen
  • Kawasaki Kisen Kaisha, Ltd. (“K” Line)
  • Knutsen OAS Shipping
  • Maersk Line
  • Maersk Tankers
  • Masterbulk
  • Mitsui O.S.K. Lines, Ltd.
  • Nippon Yusen Kabushiki Kaisha (NYK Line)
  • Norden
  • Nordic Tankers
  • Odfjell Management AS
  • Petroleum Geo Services (PGS)
  • Ridgebury Tankers
  • Rio Tinto Marine
  • RWE Supply & Trading
  • Scorpio Bulkers
  • Scorpio Tankers
  • Shell International Trading and Shipping Company Ltd.
  • Smit Lamnalco
  • Solvang A/S
  • Teekay Corporation
  • TORM
  • Unifeeder
  • Vroon B.V.
  • Wallenius Marine AB
  • Wallenius Wilhelmsen Logistics
  • Wilh. Wilhelmsen ASA
  • Western Bulk A/S
  • ASSOCIATE MEMBERS
  • Anglo American plc
  • Ben Line Agencies Ltd.
  • Bernhard Schulte Shipmanagement
  • BHP Billiton Marketing Asia Pte Ltd.
  • Bunker Holding A/S
  • DA-Desk
  • Danish Shipowners Association
  • DONG Energy
  • EDF Trading
  • Graig Ship Management Ltd.
  • Gulf Agency Company
  • Inchcape Shipping Services
  • Intercargo
  • INTERTANKO
  • Kuehne + Nagel
  • Louis Dreyfus Commodities
  • Maritima Heinlein S.A.
  • MF Shipping Group
  • Norwegian Ship Owners Association (NSA)
  • S5 Agency World Ltd
  • Wallem Shipping Agencies
  • World Fuel Services
  • Yara International
  • STRATEGIC ADVISOR
  • GAN Integrity Solutions
  • Holman Fenwick Willan

Meet the Team for Maritime Anti-Corruption Network

Angie Farrag-Thibault

Angie Farrag-Thibault

Director, Collaborative Initiatives and Transport and Logistics

Paris


Copenhagen


Rosa Kusbiantoro

Rosa Kusbiantoro

Associate Director

Hong Kong


Cecilia Müller Torbrand

Cecilia Müller Torbrand

Associate Director

Copenhagen


Talk to Us  
Contact the Maritime Anti-Corruption Network team with any questions.