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The Institute of Shipping Analysis has the vision to become the most valued independent provider of strategic business intelligence for key maritime decision makers.

China Ports & Harbors Association was founded with the approval of Civil Affairs of the People Republic of China and was established under the direction of the Ministry of Communications.

China Ports and Harbours Association
110 HuangPu Road, Shanghai

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The VSM represents the political and commercial interests of the German maritime industry, comprising shipyards building oceangoing and inland waterway vessels as well as marine equipment suppliers, classification societies, ship model basins and...

SAMI provides an international independent non-governmental organization for the maritime security industry and a focal point for global maritime security matters. The SAMI membership is made up of international maritime security from over 35 differe

The Nautical Institute is a non-governmental organisation (NGO) with consultative status at the International Maritime Organisation (IMO). Our aim is to represent seafarers' and practical maritime professionals' views at the highest level.

Included in BPO, Baltic Ports Organization are forty or more of the most significant ports in the nine countries on all sides of the Baltic Sea. The organization was established October 10, 1991 in Copenhagen, after the fall of the Berlin wall and...

BIMCO is a shipping association providing a wide range of services to its global membership of stakeholders who have vested interests in the shipping industry, including shipowners, operators, managers, brokers and agents.

All OBP activities support our overall goal of developing an inclusive, sustainable, and long-term multi-stakeholder response to maritime piracy.

Ports Australia is the peak body representing the interests of port and marine authorities in Australia. All Government owned ports, some privatised ports, and most state marine regulatory authorities are members of Ports Australia, as is the Dep

Latin American public and private ports and terminals, mainly private ones, due to the lack of an adequate scene to deal topics related to its reality and fast development jointly, felt the necessity of creating an owned association which spread....