Maersk Line: We cannot fight corruption singlehandedly

Maersk Line has intensified its fight against corruption through many measures e.g. mandatory training of all employees. In many ways, the fight on corruption is well underway but the shipping company cannot fight it without support from other actors according to Cecilia Müller from the Maersk Line Sustainability Department.

Corruption is a problem encountered over and over again by Maersk Line. That is why the company tries to reduce corruption through new policies in the area and cooperation with other shipping companies and organisations.

“All companies have a responsibility to actively fight corruption. But it is not possible for one company or individual to singlehandedly fight corruption effectively. Very often, the fight on corruption becomes more effective when companies and organisations cooperate. We have to make an effort on several fronts before it is possible to see a crucial change in a country”, Corporate Social Responsibility Manager at Maersk Line, Cecilia Müller says.

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