The Baltic Exchange represents a global community of shipping interests and is regulated by the UK’s Financial Conduct Authority pursuant to the EU Benchmark Regulation. It is the trusted provider of data for the settlement of physical and derivative freight contracts, underpinning risk management tools for shipping and transportation markets.
Created in 1992, the British Ports Association represents the interests of its 100 full members, and numerous associate members, to the UK and devolved Governments, the EU and national and international bodies.
We plan and invest in transport infrastructure to keep the UK on the move. To encourage economic growth through trade and travel we are working to encourage commercial development by ports, effectively regulating vessels in the UK’s waters and improving maritime security and safety, including search and rescue capabilities.
Maritime London promotes the UK as the world’s premier maritime business centre
Maritime UK brings together the UK’s shipping, ports, services, engineering and leisure marine industries to promote the sector, influence government and drive growth. The maritime sector is the fundamental enabler of British global trade. With cutting-edge technology, high-quality design & manufacturing, unparalleled expertise in services and major investment opportunities, the UK is the natural home for global maritime business. We support just under one million jobs and contribute around £40bn to UK GDP.
The Society of Maritime Industries (SMI) is the voice of the UK’s maritime engineering and business sector promoting and supporting companies which design, build, refit and modernise ships, and supply equipment and services for all types of commercial and naval ships, ports and terminals infrastructure, offshore oil and gas, maritime security and safety, marine science and technology, maritime autonomous systems and marine renewable energy.
The UK Chamber of Shipping is the trade association and voice for the UK shipping industry, with around 140 members from across the maritime sector.
The United Kingdom Major Ports Group (UKMPG) is the trade association representing most of the larger commercial ports in the United Kingdom.
The Admiralty Solicitors Group was formed to promote standards in the practice of English maritime law. Member firms are committed to the development of England as a maritime legal centre embracing all aspects of shipping. The ASG discusses issues affecting English maritime law, develops standard wordings, is represented on many Industry committees/working parties and offers a panel of experienced practitioners to act as arbitrators and mediators.
The African Shipowners Association is made up of Africans who own and or operate ships. Our Mission is promoting the development and growth of the African Blue Economy.
BIMCO is the world’s largest international shipping association, with 2,200 members in around 130 countries. Our global membership includes shipowners, operators, managers, brokers and agents. Our vision is to be the chosen partner trusted to provide leadership to the global industry. Our mission is to provide expert knowledge and practical advice to safeguard and add value to our members’ businesses.
As the leading trade association for the UK’s marine industry, British Marine represents over 1,500 members drawn from the leisure marine, superyacht, small commercial marine and passenger boat sectors, with most member companies being small and medium-sized businesses. From technical support and expert advice to training, lobbying and high-profile events, British Marine delivers its members a host of services and business opportunities.
The British Ports Association represents the interests of its members to the UK government, the EU and a range of stakeholders. The BPA comprises a broad cross-section of port types in terms of ownership, size and operations located throughout the UK.
The Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport (CILT) is the membership organisation for professionals involved in the movement of goods and people and their associated supply chains. Members of the Institute are involved in the management and design of infrastructure, systems, processes and information flows and in the creation, management and development of effective organisations.
CSAL members represent a large proportion of UK-based Chinese shipping interests. Supported by the Baltic Exchange, CSAL brings Chinese professionals in shipping and related markets and services together, for informative events in London. We provide an established network for Chinese companies, looking to further their UK business relationships.
CIRM is the principal international association for marine electronics. Members include electronic equipment manufacturers, suppliers, system operators and service providers covering the whole field of maritime navigation, communications and information systems.
The Clean Shipping Alliance (CSA) represents a group of leading companies from the commercial shipping and cruise industries that have been leaders in emission control efforts and have made significant investments in research and analysis, funding and committing resources to comply with 2020 fuel requirements through the development and use of Exhaust Gas Cleaning Systems (EGCS).
CLIA UK & Ireland is a member of Cruise Lines International Association (CLIA), the world’s largest cruise industry trade association with representation in North and South America, Europe, Asia and Australasia. CLIA is engaged in travel agent training, research and marketing communications to promote the value and desirability of cruise holidays with thousands of travel agency and travel agent member.
The Connecticut Maritime Association is a non-profit organisation built by its members for its members. It is an Association made of individuals representing every aspect of shipping and international trade. Over 1,400 members worldwide, an annual conference and trade show attracting 2,500 attendees, myriad social events and the CMA Education Foundation all make for a vibrant, ever-growing association.
CSO Alliance provides a global, members-only risk management platform for CSOs from all shipping sectors to drive best practice and combat crime.
The Exhaust Gas Cleaning Systems Association represents 80% of all suppliers and sub-suppliers of marine sulphur scrubbers. EGCSA’s ethos of transparency, openness, and ethical conduct has led the way in supporting technology that publishes its performance enabling continuous verification of emissions compliance. EGCSA is supporitng the development of scrubber technology to remove other harmful pollutants and the capture and sequestration of CO2. No matter what fuels are used in the future, EGCSA members will have solutions to prevent harmful emissions, protecting human health and the environment.
The European Community Shipowners’ Associations (ECSA), founded in 1965 is the trade association representing the national shipowners’ associations of the EU and Norway (close to 99% of the EEA fleet or about 20% of the world fleet). Our aim is to promote the interests of European shipping so that the industry can best serve European and international trade and commerce in a competitive free enterprise environment to the benefit of shippers and consumers and help formulate EU policy on critical maritime transport-related issues.
FONASBA is the global representative body for ship brokers and ship agents with member associations in more than 50 countries. Its role is to promote and protect the interests of its members worldwide.
Gafta is an international trade association representing organisations trading globally in agri-commodities, including grain, rice, animal feed, pulses, spices and general produce. Gafta represents the trade through global policy expertise, contracts, training, arbitration, and key industry data. Gafta has over 1800 member companies in 95 countries who benefit from discounts on Gafta services and extensive networking opportunities.
The GREAT legal services campaign promotes the strength and breadth of the UK’s legal services offer overseas. It aims to facilitate growth for UK legal services in high potential markets, expanding business networks and generating export wins for our law firms and chambers.
The Greek Shipping Co-operation Committee, (GSCC) is an organisation founded in London in 1935, comprising membership of firms based in the United Kingdom representing Greek shipowning interests.
The Honourable Company of Master Mariners is one of the Livery Companies of the City of London. The Company was formed in 1926; it was made a Livery Company by the City of London in 1932, making it the first new Livery Company to be formed since 1746.
Human Rights at Sea is a UK-registered charitable NGO and global catalyst for raising international awareness of human rights abuses at sea delivering social justice through legal and policy development.
The overall objective of the International Foundation for Aids to Navigation (IFAN) is the promotion of safety at sea and the protection of the marine environment. It operates several commercial subsidiaries, generating revenue which is re-invested in maritime hard and soft infrastructure initiatives. The Middle East Navigation Aids Services (MENAS) is part of the IFAN Group.
The Association provides information on Indian maritime matters, promote exchange of ideas for its development and in general to propagate interest in these matters in the United Kingdom. IMA UK membership represents almost every sector of the maritime industry.
The Institute of Chartered Shipbrokers London & South East Branch is the largest and oldest branch within the institute and are focused on both the continuing professional education of our members and on providing them with networking opportunities.
The Institute of Marine Engineering, Science and Technology (IMarEST) is an international professional body and learned society for all marine professionals. The IMarEST is the largest marine organisation of its kind with a worldwide membership based in over 120 countries.
INTERCARGO provides the forum where quality dry bulk shipowners, managers and operators are informed about, discuss and share concerns on key topics and regulatory challenges, especially in relation to safety, the environment and operational excellence. INTERCARGO represents dry cargo shipping interests at IMO, other industry fora and the broader business context.
Today InterManager represents ship and crew managers, as well as associated organisations, from around the world. Representing over 4,000 vessels and over 250,000 seafarers, InterManager has a respected global representation. In its bid to ensure sustainability and quality, full members must establish, implement and maintain a quality management system in accordance with the requirements of ISO 9001:2000 for all activities undertaken by the organisation.
Dedicated to safe ships and clean seas, IACS makes a unique contribution to maritime safety and regulation through technical support, compliance verification and research and development. More than 90% of the world’s cargo carrying tonnage is covered by the classification design, construction and through-life compliance Rules and standards set by the twelve Member Societies of IACS.
The International Association of Ports and Harbors is the global ports’ forum for industry collaboration and excellence. IAPH represents 170 port authorities worldwide and about 90 port-related companies and organisation.
The International Bunker Industry Association (IBIA) is the voice of the global bunker industry and represents all stakeholders across the industry value chain. Our membership includes ship owners/operators, bunker suppliers, traders, brokers, barging companies, storage companies, surveyors, port authorities, credit reporting companies, lawyers, P&I clubs, equipment manufacturers, shipping journalists and marine consultants. Today we have members in more than 80 countries.
The International Chamber of Shipping (ICS) is the principal international trade association for shipowners and operators, representing all sectors and trades and over 80% of the world merchant fleet.
IFSMA, founded in 1975, currently represents 10,500 Shipmasters through associations and individual Shipmasters. Some of its most important work is at the various IMO Committee and Sub-committee meetings where it is recognised as an NGO. It also represents shipmasters at the ILO. Its motto is Unity for Safety at Sea.
IMPA is the global organisation representing those working in the maritime supply chain management function. The organisation provides education, resources and events for the industry and its membership.
IMPA promotes professionally sound and safe pilotage by bringing together pilots’ associations from around the world in order to formulate views and policies that are both convincing and practical to implement. IMPA also has a formal voice in relevant international maritime fora, particularly at the International Maritime Organization (IMO) where it has had consultative membership since 1973.
The International Maritime Rescue Federation (IMRF) is the international charity focused on preventing loss of life in waters around the world. Working with members in more than 50 countries, including both government and non-governmental search and rescue organisations, IMRF works to improve maritime search and rescue capability around the globe.
The International Port Community Systems Association is the only global association representing the electronic exchange of data in Ports and has members ranging from Port Community Systems Operators in both air and sea, to Single Window Operators and Sea and Air Port Authorities. Our members exchange in excess of 40m electronic messages per day and over 500m TEUs go through their systems in the over 200 ports worldwide that they operate in.
The International Salvage Union (ISU) is the sole representative organisation for the international marine salvage industry with a membership of 58 marine salvage companies from 34 different countries plus over 80 associate and affiliate members. Membership of the ISU is restricted to those companies with a record of successful salvage and pollution prevention.
International Seafarers Welfare & Assistance Network (ISWAN) is an international NGO and UK registered charity and our focus is the welfare of the 1.5 million seafarers around the world. We are a membership organisation and we work with a range of bodies including PandI Clubs, shipping companies, ports, unions, welfare organisations, and governments.
I.S.E.S., the International Ship Engineering Service Association was founded in 1963, providing Repairs, Service and Equipment to the Merchant Marine and Offshore Industries in all major ports worldwide. ISES is essentially a non-profit enterprise that exists to co-ordinate and market the international activities of its member companies.
ISSA is the international association representing nearly 2,000 ship suppliers throughout the world. We have 40 national associations of ship suppliers as full ISSA members and associate members in 51 other countries where no national association exists.
INTERTANKO has been the voice of independent tanker owners since 1970. A professional and respected Association, it champions an industry dedicated to support global energy networks by delivering safe, efficient and environmentally sound transport services that keep the world economy turning.
The London Maritime Arbitrators Association (LMAA) is the world’s leading association of maritime arbitrators. Based in London, serving the maritime industry worldwide, it has over 800 members in total, with its arbitrating members handling more than 2,700 new cases and issuing over 500 arbitration awards annually.
LM3C, provides an alternative to traditional maritime industry networking, with representation in London, Brussels, Bahrain, Singapore and Melbourne.
Bringing together executives and graduates across the industry, the ethos is integrity, good manners, kindness, humility, a respect for vulnerability.
LM3C hosts post conference evenings for the Terminal Operators Conference (TOC) and Cool Logistics Events.
Our membership here in London is a rich collection of professionals from all maritime sectors; from merchant, military and coastguard seafarers to ship brokers, maritime lawyers, salvors and recruiters and many other trades. With such a diverse group of professionals, our club is a source of great experience and knowledge; if you have a question about the maritime industry or environment, I can guarantee we have someone who will know the answer!
LSLC Business Forum plays a prominent role in the furtherance of quality maritime education and business in London by tackling issues of enduring interest to the shipping industry and broadly to commercial practitioners. Events offer invaluable networking opportunities for business development and career advancement. The LSLC counts amongst its speakers and members the key representatives from most sectors of the maritime industry.
Sea Cadets engages 14,500 young people aged 10-18 across the UK. Supported by 9,000 amazing volunteers the charity helps young people achieve in education, employment and in longer-term mental and physical wellbeing, reducing risky behaviours and increasing community engagement. Adventures delivered on the water launch young people for life today.
As Britain’s oldest maritime charity, Marine Society is a key player in the sector, specifically offering digital learning services, bursaries and support to seafarers globally. It also supports new entrants into maritime as well as those progressing into shoreside roles.
Marine South East (MSE) is a marine sector, non-profit cluster organisation located in the leading maritime Solent region of the UK. Established in 2005, MSE aims to stimulate investment by public and private sectors in key areas of ‘Blue Growth’ such as maritime logistics, marine energy, security, aquaculture and management of environment and ocean resources.
The Maritime and Coastguard Agency (MCA) produces legislation and guidance and provides certification to ships and seafarers. Through our survey and inspection regime, we uphold standards for ship safety, security, pollution prevention and seafarer health, safety and welfare. We promote maritime standards, encourage economic growth and minimise the maritime sector’s environmental impact.
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Our vision is to be a world-leading organisation, accelerating the transition to sustainable shipping with non-negotiable safety standards. We put our people, our customers and our planet at the heart of everything we do.
Maritime Digital Hub is a not for profit organisation focused on bridging the gap between technology & industry. The focus of the hub is to provide thought leadership and simplification of technology to assist on the journey to digitisation and enable upskilling of the future workforce.
The Maritime Skills Alliance designs and promotes qualifications and apprenticeships for the UK’s maritime sector. We have developed a suite of interlocking standards and qualifications – MSQs, “Maritime Studies Qualifications” – which enable employees to progress both within their specialism and between sectors.
Maritime UK Solent is the regional sector based organisation, championing the Solent as a world-leading maritime cluster – a region with world-leading training and rich maritime heritage, driving a powerful £5.8bn maritime economy covering 340 miles of coastline, three islands, three peninsulas, three major international gateway ports and emerging Freeport.
The MNTB is the authoritative centre of expertise and information on careers, education and training, and skill needs and issues in the industry.
We aim to deliver skilled seafarers to the Merchant Navy and the wider shipping industry both now and in the future by ensuring, the best training is delivered by the best organisations, to create the best seafarers.
The MNTB is a voluntary body and a part of the UK Chamber of Shipping, the trade association for the UK shipping industry.
Mersey Maritime is the representative body for the maritime sector in the Liverpool City Region. We work with businesses of all sizes and in all locations to develop strong, market-responsive supply chains and promote Liverpool’s maritime industry as a world class centre of excellence.
The Met Office has been at the forefront of global weather and climate science for 160 years. We combine the latest science with ground breaking advances in technology and local understanding to deliver operational advantage to our customers. Our knowledge, experience and flexibility allow us to apply our science across business and government, managing the risks and opportunities from our weather as they arise.
The Shipping Industry in Monaco employs 1,000 employees with a turnover of around 180 million Euro. The Monaco Chamber of Shipping is the official shipping employer’s group and gathers 41 companies including shipowners, charterers, fleet managers, shipbrokers, shipping agents, maritime surveyors and legal advisors.
The Nautical Institute has some 7000 members around the world in more than 110 countries. It has non-governmental organisation (NGO) consultative status at the IMO. Its aim is to represent seafarers’ and practical maritime professionals’ views at the highest level. It provides publications, recognition, certification, short courses and other services.
We are the General Lighthouse Authority for Scotland and the Isle of Man and have provided a vital safety service to mariners since 1786. We currently operate and maintain 206 lighthouses and 170 buoys as well as providing radio aids to navigation. Our ship NLV PHAROS will be berthed alongside HMS Belfast during LISW19.
Pakistan Maritime Forum provides a platform for promoting exchange of ideas between the maritime professionals of Pakistani origin in the United Kingdom. The aim is to serve the maritime interests of the UK and develop opportunities within the Pakistan maritime industry and foster the development of the maritime sector.
Propeller Club Liverpool is a not-for-profit association run by volunteers. The primary purposes of the club are to:
– promote fellowship amongst members
– provide networking opportunities
– promote the maritime industry
– help spotlight challenges the industry faces
– give back to worthy causes in the community
Founded in 1860 in London to ” advance the art and science of ship design ” today the Royal Institution of Naval Architects is a world renowned and highly respected international professional institution and learned society whose members are involved at all levels in the design, construction, maintenance and operation of all marine vessels and structures.
The Scottish Maritime Cluster brings together Scotland’s world-class shipping, ports, shipbuilding, equipment, education, training and maritime service enterprises to drive economic growth in the global maritime market. We do this through building cooperation among our globally recognised experts, promoting the sector and influencing economic policy makers.
SEA-LNG is a UK-registered not for profit collaborative industry foundation serving the needs of its member organisations committed to furthering the use of LNG as a safe, mature, commercially viable marine fuel offering superior local emissions performance, significant GHG reduction benefits and a potential pathway to a zero-emissions shipping industry.
The Seafarers Hospital Society is a maritime charity dedicated to meeting the health, welfare and advice needs of seafarers of any nationality based in the United Kingdom.
Seafarers’ Rights International (SRI) is an independent pan-industry centre dedicated to advancing the rights of seafarers and fishers through research, education and training in issues concerning seafarers and the law. It was set up in September 2010, as a response to the need for improved protection for seafarers in national and international laws.
The Security in Complex Environment Group (SCEG) established in 2011 to promote international standards for the private security sector including the maritime sector. SCEG champions well-regulated private maritime security companies and acting collectively seeks to educate clients and stakeholders. SCEG has a formal partnership with the UK government.
The Shipping Professional Network in London (SPNL) is London’s own meeting place for young shipping professionals. The SPNL enjoys significant industry support, with industry backing from the UK Chamber of Shipping. Through regularly organised events, it aims to bring together young professionals from all aspects of the industry to network, socialise and learn more about the industry we proudly form part of.
The Society of International Gas Tanker and Terminal Operators (SIGTTO) is the international body established for the exchange of technical information and experience, between members of the industry, to enhance the safety and operational reliability of gas tankers and terminals. To this end, the Society publishes studies and produces information papers and works of reference, for the guidance of industry members.
The Society for Gas as a Marine Fuel (SGMF) is a non-governmental organisation (NGO) established to promote safety and industry best practice in the use of gas as a marine fuel. The Society has Consultative Status with the IMO and is governed by a representative Board and driven by two principal Committees. SGMF has several working groups at any one-time solving issues and producing outputs such as Guidelines and checklists for the industry.
Team Humber Marine Alliance is a dynamic membership organisation – critical to the success of the marine, maritime and offshore sectors in the Humber and beyond. Millions of pounds of new business has been generated amongst its 200 plus member companies through innovative business development activities. It is a highly influential, not-for-profit business, focused on revitalising the “Blue Economy” sector around The Humber Ports.
TheCityUK represents the UK-based financial and related professional services industry. We lobby on its behalf, producing evidence of its importance to the wider national economy. At home in the UK, in the EU and internationally, we seek to influence policy to drive competitiveness, creating jobs and lasting economic growth.
Trinity House is a charity dedicated to safeguarding shipping and seafarers, providing education, support and welfare to the seafaring community with a statutory duty as a General Lighthouse Authority to deliver a reliable, efficient and cost-effective aids to navigation service for the benefit and safety of all mariners.
The United Kingdom Maritime Pilots’ Association is the representative professional body for Maritime Pilots in the UK. Marine Pilots are highly skilled experts authorised to navigate ships in their respective districts. Tasked with the conduct of all types of vessels including the world’s largest during what is often most hazardous parts of their voyages . The fundamental purpose of maritime pilotage is to ensure safety, security, environmental protection and port efficiency.
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. Forty-five (45) countries support a National WISTA Association, with over 3000 individual members from all sectors of the maritime industry.
The Women’s International Shipping & Trading Association (WISTA) is an international organisation for women in management positions involved in the maritime transportation business and related trades worldwide. It is a major player in attracting more women to the industry and in supporting women in management positions. WISTA is growing and currently counts over 1.600 individual members in 34 National WISTA Associations.
The Shipwrights’ Company originates from the fourteenth century and was originally formed to safeguard the quality of shipbuilding in London. Today the Shipwrights’ Company maintains close links with the sea and donates to maritime related causes, including apprentices. It supports George Green’s and London Nautical Schools, Sea Cadets and is affiliated to HMS QUEEN ELIZABETH.
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Sailors’ Society is an international maritime welfare charity, committed to transforming the lives of seafarers and their families in port, at sea and at home, through chaplaincy, education and relief of poverty and distress.
The Seafarers’ Charity (formerly Seafarers UK) makes a life-changing impact in troubled times. Our grants to organisations support those who work – or have worked – at sea, and their families.Proactive and forward-looking, we also seek ways to prevent issues becoming problems. Through funding collaboration, research and advocacy, we tackle the root causes of seafarer hardship and disadvantage in the UK and around the world.
Stella Maris is the largest ship-visiting charity in the world. It is a global network of over 1,000 chaplains and volunteers in 326 ports spread across 60 countries. Each year this remarkable team conducts around 70,000 ship visits to provide welfare services, advice, friendship, practical and pastoral care to all seafarers, regardless of nationality, belief or race. Stella Maris provides a friendly face in a foreign land, someone the seafarer can trust, speak to and confide in.
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Bunkerspot is the world’s foremost source of information on the technical, operational, commercial, legal and environmental aspects of bunkering. Bunkerspot’s website offers free news, pricing and a specialist subscriber service and archive. Bunkerspot magazine is the essential and authoritative source of information for marine fuels professionals.
Cleaner Seas is an online publication that covers the whole range of marine environmental issues and legislation, and is produced with the active assistance and support of the major maritime organisations.
gCaptain.com is the world’s top-visited maritime and offshore industry news website and job board, reaching well over a half million people every month. gCaptain’s daily eNewsletter reaches over 65,000 people and is rapidly growing with about 50 new subscribers per day, on average.
ICLG.com is a global resource for legal reference, analysis and news, hosting an array of comprehensive comparative legal guides and research tools that cover law in more than 150 jurisdictions across 50 practice areas. ICLG.com also provides daily legal news and event directories.
Hellenic Shipping News Worldwide is committed to always providing up-to-date and trusted news for the maritime industry in thousands of readers in over 165 countries, for over the last decade.
Lloyd’s List’s journey began 300 years ago with ship movement postings in Edward Lloyd’s coffee house, a meeting place for London’s rapidly growing maritime industry. It continues that journey today with analytics, data, insights and news.
As the only B2B magazine devoted to the entire commercial marine market, Marine Log focuses on best practices and technologies to accelerate growth and promote innovation in the marine industry. We’re dedicated to informing, educating, and inspiring marine professionals.
Marine Professional and IMarEST portfolio provides unique opportunity to reach a global network across an array of industry verticals. Marine Scientists, Environmental Specialists and Academic Researchers are also well represented.
Founded in 1997 and modelled on the “case study” approach of Harvard Business Review, The Maritime Executive today has the largest AAM audited circulation in the maritime industry. Its unique perspective and unfettered approach give readers Intellectual Capital of the highest order. Published six times a year, each issue contains a comprehensive Case Study and Executive Interview along with in-depth analyses of key industry issues.
The Maritime Standard is well-established as one of the Middle East’s leading maritime publishers and event organisers. In addition to the fortnightly e-newsletter, the company publishes the annual UAE Yearbook, organises the prestigious The Maritime Standard Awards, stages two one-day conferences, Tanker Shipping and Ship France and Trade, and most recently the TMS Webinar series. New for next year is the TMS Transportation and Climate Change Conference.
The acclaimed Greek Shipping magazine, celebrating this year its 90 years of publication. Reaches 70% of the general and technical managers of the shipping companies in Greece. Print editions, website and daily e-newsletter.
Robban Assafina is a bimonthly Middle Eastern Arabic/English Maritime Magazine, Website & Smart Phones’ application, specialized in Shipping, Ships, Offshore and Marine Technology.
Seatrade Maritime News brings you daily updates from the global maritime industry covering marine, shipping and offshore.
Written by a team of highly experienced correspondents across Asia, the Middle East, Europe and America, we have a strong focus on operational, regulatory and technology related stories, including interviews with key executives – all free to read.
Ship Management International is the only maritime magazine dedicated to the information needs of the ship owner and the ship manager. Its editorial, both hard copy and online, is must-read, highly valued and totally objective and thought-provoking.
ship.energy is a free, innovative and open access platform providing news, comment, and expert analysis centred on shipping’s energy transition. It gives maritime industry stakeholders the opportunity to learn more about alternative marine fuels, propulsion technologies and vessel efficiency solutions and – importantly – to fully engage in the growing debate over how shipping can find solutions which will overcome the zero carbon emissions challenge.
The go-to news source in shipping for over 30 years, TradeWinds continues to offer market-leading coverage, analysis, insight and business intelligence as it unpacks the key issues.
Xinde Marine News is a leading marine news provider in China. As an independent online media with the mission to provide independent, Credible,critical and topical information, analysis, opinions, research and advisories to the maritime and shipping industry with a clear focus on “Markets,Vessels,Ports,Shipbuilding, Authorities, Enterprises and Seafarers”.