Improving the maritime industry’s long-term sustainability performance requires cooperation at a national and international level. MSC builds and maintains strong and reliable relationships with public and private stakeholders, states, non-governmental organizations and other relevant business partners in order to reinforce its sustainability commitment.
A business-to-business leadership initiative involving major cargo carriers, which is dedicated to improving the environmental performance of marine container transport and promoting responsible shipping.
MSC is actively involved in CCWG which, among other measures, reports and evaluates performance data in marine container transport.
The United for Wildlife Buckingham Palace Declaration aims to combat the illegal trade in endangered animals by breaking the transportation link between suppliers and buyers.
By signing the Buckingham Palace Declaration, MSC commits to: encouraging zero-tolerance on illegal wildlife trade; improving systems of detection; sharing information on suspicious activities related to wildlife; supporting customs and other enforcement agencies; raising awareness among clients and staff about the wildlife trafficking and its consequences; promoting and encouraging stakeholder within the transport sector to sign up the declaration.
Since 2017, MSC is one of the founding members of the Global Industry Alliance (GIA), within the framework of the GloMEEP (Global Maritime Energy Efficiency Partnerships) project under the auspices of the IMO (International Maritime Organization), UNDP (United Nations Development Programme) and GEF (The Global Environment Facility), a new partnership of maritime industry leaders focused on supporting the industry’s transition to a low-carbon future.
A global business network composed of maritime industry leaders working together towards the vision of a maritime industry free of corruption.
MACN allows MSC to collaborate with other shipping lines to share best practices and develop strategies to tackle corruption in the maritime sector and, more specifically, within the container shipping industry.
A globally recognised, non-profit anti-bribery association.
TRACE membership helps companies operating globally to conduct business ethically and in compliance with the US Foreign Corrupt Practises Act, UK Bribery Act and other anti-bribery legislation, all while remaining competitive.
A non-profit medical organisation, which uses hospital vessels to deliver free world-class health services to vulnerable populations living in the developing world.
MSC has been supporting Mercy Ships since 2011 in bringing hope and healing to thousands of people without access to safe, modern healthcare and surgery. The MSC Group provides logistical support to Mercy Ships, enabling it to concentrate more of its resources on healthcare, while the MSC Foundation provides direct funding.
North American Marine Environment Protection Association (NAMEPA) is a marine industry-led organization of environmental stewards preserving the marine environment by promoting sustainable marine industry best practices and educating seafarers, students and the public about the need and strategies for protecting global ocean, lake and river resources.
MSC Group promotes sustainable use of the sea and marine resources, while extensively investing in the latest generation green technologies to minimize the environmental impact of our business activities on land, oceans and populations.