IMPA represents the international community of pilots. IMPA use the resources of their membership to promote effective safety outcomes in pilotage as an essential public service.
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IOE is the sole representative of business in social and employment policy debates taking place in the ILO, across the UN, G20 and other emerging forums.
The International Salvage Union is the trusted and unified global voice of its members who facilitate world trade by providing marine services which save life, protect the environment, mitigate risk and reduce loss.
The Nautical Institute is a non-governmental organisation (NGO) with consultative status at the International Maritime Organization (IMO). Their aim is to promote professionalism, best practice and safety throughout the maritime industry and to represent the interests of their members.
CDI is managed by a Board of Directors consisting of seven individuals nominated by the participating chemical companies. CDI's Board of Directors establishes their policy and is responsible for overall affairs of the foundation. Individual Executive Boards are elected to oversee and direct the staff managing day to day activities for the Marine, Terminals and Marine Packed Cargo Schemes.
Formed in 1974, the Women’s International Shipping & Trading Association (WISTA International) is a global organisation connecting female executives and decision-makers around the world. WISTA International serves as a connector for its network of more than 3,800 female professionals from all sectors of the maritime industry.
ICS representing shipping with industry partners. Partner Organisation: Clean Shipping Coalition (CSC) and related content from the International Chamber of Shipping.
The “Comité Maritime International” is a non-governmental not-for-profit international organization established in Antwerp in 1897, they contribute by all appropriate means and activities to the unification of maritime law in all its aspects.
CIRM exists to promote the application of electronic technology to the safety-of-life at sea and efficient conduct of vessels, facilitating productive relationships between all stakeholders concerned with electronic aids to marine navigation, communications and information systems.
The Global Maritime Forum is an international not-for-profit organization committed to shaping the future of global seaborne trade to increase sustainable long-term economic development and human wellbeing.