Terms of serviceMNG Maritime
The latest version of FLARMCON/MANCON shown here reflect the terms and conditions of service provided by MNG Maritime. In booking a service from MNG Maritime the client is indicating assent to the terms and conditions contained in the respective contract (FLARMCON or MANCON, as amended). For any given service the applicable contract will be that which is extant on the day of booking.
The Company’s operations are fully licensed by the UK Government Department for International Trade (DIT) and its logistic facilities are approved by DIT for specifying in the PMSCs’ own trade control licences (TCLs).
MNG Maritime will only embark weapons and controlled goods that have been legally procured. Clients wishing to employ our services will be invited to submit copies of the respective End User Certificates (EUCs), purchase receipts or equivalent the first time they embark a specific weapon (these will be held on our system, tagged to the weapon), in accordance with ISO 28007 requirements. In addition we will require a copy of the Company’s national import/export licence, or equivalent. We invite Companies who plan to use our services regularly, both in the GOO and in the Red Sea, to effect this activity for their complete inventory at their convenience to enable subsequent smooth and efficient booking of services.
MNG Maritime demands and expects the highest ethical standards of its personnel. In turn we expect the same standards of our own suppliers. We set out from the start to operate to the highest levels of professionalism in the industry and we are enormously proud of the reputation that we have developed in a short space of time.
Our ethos is encapsulated in our Code of Business Ethics & Employee Code of Conduct, fully embraced by all members of our team, and completely compliant with both National and International legislation.
Security is absolutely critical to our business. A copy of the Company Security Policy and Security Objectives can be downloaded.
MNG Maritime’s Data Protection Policy (DPP) has been drawn up to conform with the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and can be downloaded.