IMPA ACT Pricing

Joining the community of IMPA ACT Membership not only demonstrates to your stakeholders a tangible commitment to corporate social responsibility and responsible supply chain management; it is the pragmatic solution for those wishing to become a frontrunner in risk management and exceeding the compliance expectations of clients.

2017/2018 Pricing for IMPA ACT Supplier Members

The fee for IMPA ACT Supplier Membership is £599 per annum for IMPA Members and £899 for non-IMPA members, excluding VAT. Unfortunately there are no further discounts available, as the cost of membership has been significantly reduced to provide a quality and affordable services.

2017/2018 pricing for IMPA ACT Purchasing Members

IMPA ACT Purchasing Members joining and annual fees are varied according to the size of the IMPA ACT Purchasing Member’s company.

  • Ship owners and operators: Calculated by fleet size (vessels owned, operated, and/or managed by the business group joining IMPA ACT)
  • All other companies: Calculated by employee size (total number of employees, both at HQ and internationally, in the business group joining IMPA ACT).

Companies who are members of the Danish Shipowners Association (DSA) or IMPA are eligible to a 20% discount on fees. Companies that are members of both the DSA and IMPA are eligible to a 30% discount on fees. This discount will be applied once your application has been received and approved. Prices exclude VAT.

Fleet size First year fee Per Annum
1-9 £1,400 £800
10-49 £1,800 £1,200
50+ £2,600 £1,800
Employee size
1-99 £1,400 £800
100-249 £1,800 £1,200
250+ £2,600 £1,800

Do you need some assistance?

If you are unsure as to what package is right for your company, please contact us through the the website enquiry form or call the office on +44 (0) 1206 798900

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How we expect shipowners, managers and their suppliers to engage with each other

In the case of members who are shipowners and managers, once the member has reached Step 3 and selected suppliers it intends to partner with, the IMPA ACT Initiative should be informed of the potential partnerships in order to avoid an overlap of engagement with other shipowners.

During Step 3 and Step 4 shipowners are expected to engage with the maximum number of suppliers that they can, given their resources and capacity. For example, current IMPA ACT members in the Medium IMPA ACT membership category should be engaging with five to seven suppliers at Step 4. For shipowners with a fleet of over ten ships this should be no less than two suppliers per year.

To encourage a more collaborative approach to Responsible Supply Chain Management, shipowners should try to adopt the same standards on social, economic and environmental compliance that apply to their suppliers.

Start your CSR and Responsible Supply Chain Management journey today

Register to become an IMPA ACT Purchasing or Supplier Member and gain access affordable and pragmatic guidance for the Shipping and Maritime Industry.

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