News and Events


Improving Port and Trade Integrity in Bangladesh

MACN, together with UN Global Compact, paving the way for a more sustainable future by strengthening integrity in Bangladesh Back in May, a team from MACN visited Bangladesh for the first time to initiate the dialogue fighting corruption at sea. During the stay the team held meetings with various parties, both private and public, in […]


Capacity building to address corruption challenges through incident data and MACN’s Global Port Integrity Platform

MACN’s ongoing efforts to build members Capability in recognizing and addressing corruption challenges comes in various forms. One way is to learn from the latest data trends, hotspots and rising corruption challenges in the maritime industry. MACN believes a better understanding of how the MACN Anonymous Reporting System works is key to the journey of […]


Tackling Corruption in the Maritime Industry

MACN CEO Cecilia Müller Torbrand has written on Tackling Corruption in the Maritime Industry for The Global Maritime Forum. Corruption in the maritime industry is a multifaceted problem that requires a multifaceted solution. Maritime corruption poses social, financial and environmental burdens on the community and therefore to tackle it, both the public and private sector […]


Suez Canal Authority and MACN Discuss Industry Collaboration

Maritime Anti-Corruption Network (MACN) recently met with The Suez Canal Authority in Egypt at their Navigational Headquarters in Ismailia to discuss industry collaboration, capacity building, and potential areas of cooperation between the two organizations. MACN CEO, Cecilia Müller Torbrand, highlighted the significance of this visit “I would like to thank the Suez Canal Authority and […]


National Launch of MACN’s work in India

It is our privilege to invite everyone to the the National Launch of our work in India. This event is scheduled to be held both online and at the Hotel ITC Grand Maratha, Mumbai, from 2-6.30 pm on Wednesday the 27th of July 2022. Please register for the in-person event here: Online event details: […]

Wan Hai Lines joins The Maritime Anti-Corruption Network

We are delighted to welcome Wan Hai Lines into The Maritime Anti-Corruption Network. Wan Hai provides full-container vessel shipping service covering cities and ports in East Asia, Southeast Asia, the Middle East, and the Americas. Currently, Wan Hai has business operation centers, directly served ports, and shipping partners in over 30 countries; providing comprehensive and […]


Norwegian Hull Club has joined The Maritime Anti-Corruption Network

We are pleased to announce that Norwegian Hull Club has joined The Maritime Anti-Corruption Network. Dating back to 1837, Norwegian Hull Club provides comprehensive covers for Shipowners, Offshore Energy Contractors/Operators, Charterers, Traders, and Yacht Owners as one of the world’s largest pure marine underwriters. With an excellent reputation and commitment to swift settlements, Norwegian Hull […]


Asyad Shipping has joined The Maritime Anti-Corruption Network

We are pleased to announce that Asyad Shipping has successfully joined The Maritime Anti-Corruption Network. The company was set up in 2003 to be the national shipping company. The company owns and operates LNG, VLCC, Product, Bulk, and Container ships internationally. Asyad Shipping ensures the highest standards of navigational safety, operational efficiency, business efficiency, and […]


North P&I Club has joined The Maritime Anti-Corruption Network

We are pleased to announce that North P&I Club has joined The Maritime Anti-Corruption Network. With over 160 years of history in the industry and regional offices all over the world, North P&I Club has a sterling reputation and a wealth of experience. This includes the largest team of specialist in-house FD&D lawyers, loss prevention, […]


Maritime Anti-Corruption Network Annual Report 2021

As we celebrate The Maritime Anti-Corruption Network’s (MACN) ten years of growth, and reflect on the last 12 months’ work, we cannot ignore the enormous and ongoing repercussions of the global COVID-19 pandemic, the maritime supply chain crunch, and the invasion of the Ukraine by Russia. These events have led to seismic changes in the […]