MSC conducts business in a fair, ethical and responsible manner, promoting the respect of internationally recognised human rights and labour standards.
MSC is proud to facilitate and support global trade with integrity. The MSC Code of Business Conduct reflects these commitments and sets forth the common standards for MSC’ value and supply chains.
In all our operations, we ensure compliance with a wide range of international standards and requirements. In addition, MSC supports the Ten Principles of the United Nations Global Compact in the areas of human rights, labour, environment, and anti-corruption.
As part of our wider approach to sustainability and in line with UN SDGs 5, 10 and our Group values, MSC promotes equal employment opportunities both shipboard and ashore. We also invest in continuous training opportunities to improve the technical skills and expertise of our employees all around the world.
Effective logistics systems are central to delivering emergency relief. As a family company and one that has lived off the sea for over 300 years, we are fully committed to supporting both immediate and longer-term relief and recovery efforts in the most vulnerable communities.