Founded in 2006, the Monaco Chamber of Shipping (CMS) brings together under a common banner 41 maritime companies based in Monaco and of international renown - shipowners, charterers, fleet managers, ship brokers and shipping agents, advisers and experts in maritime law.
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Interferry supports networking among members, and focuses on the safety and security of passengers, crew, cargo and ships. The organization ensures that fair and equitable regulations exist for the ferry industry, including free, fair and open competition, as well as the protection of the environment. Trade Association Only.
Cruise Lines International Association (CLIA) is the world's largest cruise industry trade association, providing a unified voice and leading authority of the global cruise community. CLIA supports policies and practices that foster a safe, secure, healthy and sustainable cruise ship environment and is dedicated to promoting the cruise travel experience.
Since 1923, the Chamber has been the representative voice of the marine industry on Canada’s west coast. The importance of that voice is arguably more important today than ever before as North America’s trade with Asia undergoes unrelenting growth and Canada’s Asia-Pacific Gateway plays a vital role in facilitating trade efficiency for the benefit of the entire nation. Trade Association Only.
Abu Dhabi National Tanker Co (ADNATCO) is a wholly owned subsidiary of Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC). It was established in 1975 for the global transportation of petroleum products and bulk cargo of sulphur as well as polyethylene produced by ADNOC’s petrochemicals subsidiary Borouge from its plant in Ruwais. Trade Association Only.
EuDA members employ approximately 25,000 European employees directly “on land and on board of the ships” and more than 48,300 people indirectly (through the suppliers and services companies). European dredging companies are world market leaders with about 80% share of the worldwide open dredging market.
KOTC was founded in April 1957, from a vision of how important sea borne transportation would be for the development of the oil industry in Kuwait.
The fleet controlled from Switzerland is among the 15 largest merchant fleets, ranking n°5 in Europe, and n°11 in the world. Swiss based companies operate presently over 900 vessels. The Swiss Shipowners Association is an important stakeholder at national, international and at industry level to protect and promote its members.