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AAL SHIPPING JOINS MARITIME ANTI-CORRUPTION NETWORK 


Singapore, Tuesday, 23 January 2024Premium project heavy lift carrier, AAL Shipping (AAL), has joined the Maritime Anti-Corruption Network (MACN). The MACN is a global business network dedicated to freeing the maritime industry of corruption and enabling fair trade harmonisation across the world’s jurisdictions. Established in 2011 by a small group of maritime companies, MACN’s membership has grown to over 190 companies worldwide and is one of the pre-eminent examples of collective action to tackle corruption in the shipping industry.

Felix Schoeller, Director of AAL and Member of its Sustainability Committee, commented, “Good governance is critical to AAL’s corporate ethics, and we are doing whatever we can to harmonise the strictest Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) standards across our operations and global network.  In this regard, joining the MACN was a fundamental requirement in protecting the interest of our customers and supply chain partners, no matter where in the world they operate.

“AAL is looking forward to being an active member of this organisation. The MACN is incredibly proactive in raising standards amongst its membership to help fight corruption, but also in harnessing its collective power to lobby for change and fair-trade principles.”

Cecilia Muller Torbrand, CEO of the MACN, added, “We are delighted to welcome AAL Shipping to the Maritime Anti-Corruption Network and are looking forward to its active engagement in the Network.”

As part of its advocacy for sustainable practices, good corporate governance, and in the protection of its global partners, AAL has also taken a strong position on international sanctions adherence and the harmonization of ethical business conduct across its entire operational network.  AAL was also the first multipurpose project heavy lift carrier to calculate and employ measures ahead of the January 1st 2024 launch of the European Union Emission Trading Scheme (EUETS).

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About AAL Shipping

AAL is a leading premium project heavy lift carrier, focused on long-haul project cargo solutions for majors within a wide range of dynamic industry sectors, including oil & gas, mining, energy, construction, and agriculture.

Highly awarded for its services and with over 28 years’ experience, AAL employs heavy lift MPVs with superior cargo intake and heavy-lift capability (max 700mt), offering shippers economies of scale on every sailing. With a sterling reputation for safety, reliability, and customer service, AAL is committed to transparency in its ESG activities and to being as sustainable as possible across all operations, land and sea.

Today, AAL owns and controls the majority of its operating fleet, one of the MPP sector’s largest and youngest, enabling its teams to develop sailings and solutions that best suit customer demands. Its vessels carry any cargo from project heavy lift, breakbulk and dry bulk commodities to general cargo – and all at the same time.

A significant percentage of the AAL fleet is employed across AAL’s monthly Liner Services and regular Trade Lane Services, the latter affording greater port call and scheduling flexibility. These services connect Oceania with Asia, India, Middle East, Europe, and the Americas.

The rest of the fleet delivers worldwide Tramp Chartering Solutions: tailormade sailings for project stakeholders, offered either on a single sailing or on a longer-term basis.

The fleet currently comprises 30 MPP heavy lift vessels and includes its six newbuildings, the ‘Super B-Class’, which will be operational from June 2024.

With 11 representative offices on four continents, AAL’s team combines over 25 different nationalities and 35 spoken languages, ensuring a local 24/7 service in key trading hubs and supporting major trade lanes worldwide.

For further information on AAL and its services, visit www.aalshipping.com or email marketing@aalshipping.com.

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AAL SHIPPING JOINS MARITIME ANTI-CORRUPTION NETWORK

Singapore, Tuesday, 23 January 2024:Premium project heavy lift carrier, AAL Shipping (AAL), has joined the Maritime Anti-Corruption Network (MACN). The MACN is a global business network dedicated to freeing the maritime industry of corruption and enabling fair trade harmonisation across the world’s jurisdictions. Established in 2011 by a small group of maritime companies, MACN’s membership has grown to over 190 companies worldwide and is one of the pre-eminent examples of collective action to tackle corruption in the shipping industry.

Felix Schoeller, Director of AAL and Member of its Sustainability Committee, commented, “Good governance is critical to AAL’s corporate ethics, and we are doing whatever we can to harmonise the strictest Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) standards across our operations and global network.  In this regard, joining the MACN was a fundamental requirement in protecting the interest of our customers and supply chain partners, no matter where in the world they operate.

“AAL is looking forward to being an active member of this organisation. The MACN is incredibly proactive in raising standards amongst its membership to help fight corruption, but also in harnessing its collective power to lobby for change and fair-trade principles.”

Cecilia Muller Torbrand, CEO of the MACN, added, “We are delighted to welcome AAL Shipping to the Maritime Anti-Corruption Network and are looking forward to its active engagement in the Network.”

As part of its advocacy for sustainable practices, good corporate governance, and in the protection of its global partners, AAL has also taken a strong position on international sanctions adherence and the harmonization of ethical business conduct across its entire operational network.  AAL was also the first multipurpose project heavy lift carrier to calculate and employ measures ahead of the January 1st 2024 launch of the European Union Emission Trading Scheme (EUETS).

About AAL Shipping

AAL is a leading premium project heavy lift carrier, focused on long-haul project cargo solutions for majors within a wide range of dynamic industry sectors, including oil & gas, mining, energy, construction, and agriculture.

Highly awarded for its services and with over 28 years’ experience, AAL employs heavy lift MPVs with superior cargo intake and heavy-lift capability (max 700mt), offering shippers economies of scale on every sailing. With a sterling reputation for safety, reliability, and customer service, AAL is committed to transparency in its ESG activities and to being as sustainable as possible across all operations, land and sea.

Today, AAL owns and controls the majority of its operating fleet, one of the MPP sector’s largest and youngest, enabling its teams to develop sailings and solutions that best suit customer demands. Its vessels carry any cargo from project heavy lift, breakbulk and dry bulk commodities to general cargo – and all at the same time.

A significant percentage of the AAL fleet is employed across AAL’s monthly Liner Services and regular Trade Lane Services, the latter affording greater port call and scheduling flexibility. These services connect Oceania with Asia, India, Middle East, Europe, and the Americas.

The rest of the fleet delivers worldwide Tramp Chartering Solutions: tailormade sailings for project stakeholders, offered either on a single sailing or on a longer-term basis.

The fleet currently comprises 30 MPP heavy lift vessels and includes its six newbuildings, the ‘Super B-Class’, which will be operational from June 2024.

With 11 representative offices on four continents, AAL’s team combines over 25 different nationalities and 35 spoken languages, ensuring a local 24/7 service in key trading hubs and supporting major trade lanes worldwide.

For further information on AAL and its services, visit www.aalshipping.com or email marketing@aalshipping.com.

Follow us on Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, Instagram, and YouTube.