Maritime UK is made up of 7 leading trade associations and organisations working across the maritime services sectors in the UK.
|Baltic ExchangeThe Baltic Exchange is a membership organisation at the heart of the global maritime marketplace. It provides independent daily shipping market information; maintains professional shipbroking standards and resolves disputes.www.balticexchange.com|
|British Ports AssociationThe British Ports Association represents the interests of its 87 members, comprising ports, terminal operators and port facilities, to the United Kingdom and devolved Governments, the European Union and national and international bodies.www.britishports.org.uk|
|UK Chamber of Shipping The Chamber of Shipping is the trade association for the UK shipping industry. With 139 members and associate members, the Chamber represents over 927 ships of about 28.4 million gross tons and is recognised as the voice of the UK shipping industry. www.ukchamberofshipping.com|
|Federation Council of the Institute of Chartered ShipbrokersThe Institute of Chartered Shipbrokers represents the sectors of its Company Members through its Trade Association, Federation Council.www.ics.org.uk|
|Maritime LondonMaritime London is a not for profit promotional body for UK based companies which provide professional services to the international shipping industry. Funded by around 100 companies and organisations from a wide range of disciplines, Maritime London is here to help ensure that the UK remains a world beating location to base a maritime related business.http://www.maritimelondon.com|
|Passenger Shipping AssociationThe Passenger Shipping Association (PSA) represents cruise and ferry companies operating in the UK. The sector plays an important role in the economy of the UK, both as an employer and a service provider to millions of people every year.www.the-psa.co.uk|
|UK Major Ports GroupThe United Kingdom Major Ports Group Limited (UKMPG) is the trade association representing most of the larger commercial ports in the United Kingdom. It has nine members who, between them, own and operate 41 ports and 2 terminals which account for over 70% of the tonnage handled in UK ports.www.ukmajorports.org.uk|