The Royal Belgian Shipowners’ Association was founded in 1909. Almost all shipowners operating vessels under the Belgian flag are RBSA members.
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The Irish Chamber of Shipping is Ireland’s principal trade association for the shipping industry; it is a membership organisation and represents ship-owners and operators in all sectors and trades in Ireland.
Armateurs de France is the French shipowners association that represents 60 member companies operating around 1,000 ships in diversified sectors : cargo and passengers transport, offshore activities, port services, marine sand supply, assistance and rescue, oceanography and undersea research, submarine cable laying.
The Cyprus Shipping Chamber (CSC) is the trade association of the shipping industry in Cyprus and was established in 1989, by 17 Founding Members. Today the Chamber comprises over 200 ship owning, ship management, chartering and shipping related companies.
The Swedish shipping industry is important in keeping Swedish industry competitive. The mission of the Swedish Shipowners´ Association is to increase knowledge of the Swedish shipping industry and promote issues nationally as well as internationally.
Norway is one of the world's largest shipping nations and the Norwegian Shipowners’ Association represents Norwegian ship-owning companies in the intercontinental, regional and offshore shipping segments. Our members employ more than 55,000 seafarers and offshore workers from more than 50 different nations.
CONFITARMA, the Italian Confederation of Shipowners, was founded in 1901 and is the main association representing the interests of the Italian shipping industry
The Nigerian Chamber of Shipping was formed in 2002 with the primary objective of ensuring that the domestic shipping industry participates fully in all commercial services in the Nigerian Coastal Waters and beyond.
As the collective voice of Liberian-flag shipowners, the Liberian Shipowners’ Council (LSC) articulates and advocates shipowner positions to the Liberian Administration, as well as to other government regulators and to relevant stakeholders in an effort to mitigate and manage potentially negative impacts from regulatory changes while maintaining high standards of quality, safety and environmental protection.
The International Maritime Employers’ Council (IMEC) is the only international employers’ organisation dedicated to maritime industrial relations. We operate from offices in Hampshire, UK and Manila, Philippines and represent over 250 shipping companies located all over the world.