Supporting Associations 2024 - TMS AwardsTMS Awards
Patronage Message

Under the patronage of H. H. Sheikh Ahmed Bin Saeed Al Maktoum

President, Dubai Civil Aviation Authority; Chairman & CEO, Emirates; Chairman, Dubai Airports.

Endorsed by:
Logo - Federal Transport Authority, Abu Dhabi

Conqueror Freight Network

Conqueror Freight Network is the largest exclusive network of freight forwarders worldwide, represented in more than 250 cities and over 140 countries. It is an international alliance of hand-picked freight forwarders in exclusive territories, disciplined cooperation, and a single brand name.

Conqueror gives one agent in each local market a network of top-class agents, well-defined territories, an Annual Meeting with high attendance and much more. Conqueror Freight Network is the first freight forwarding network with global coverage to launch instant quotation ability for its members through its exclusive TMS: FreightViewer, which allows members to quote 24/7 in seconds.

Website: www.conquerornetwork.com

Globalia Logistics Network

Globalia Logistics Network is an exclusive network of the highest calibre freight forwarders in each key air/seaport worldwide who operate in an environment of disciplined cooperation under a single brand name.
www.globalialogisticsnetwork.com

Globalia awards each agent its own local market where it enjoys all the multinational benefits; a global brand, reliable partners everywhere, delimited territories, wide coverage, an Annual Meeting and much more. Globalia Logistics Network is at the cutting edge of technology by offering its members its own freight rate management software: FreightViewer, which allows them to provide instant online door-to-door quotations for their clients and partners.

Website: www.globalialogisticsnetwork.com

IMarEST

The IMarEST UAE Branch is a non-profit organization committed to supporting the Middle East maritime industry through the development of best practices in marine engineering, science & technology, and promoting sustainable shipping. They work closely with industry bodies, shipping companies, and other stakeholders to keep the regional maritime community updated on evolving regulations and provide smart solutions to improve shipping efficiency. This is accomplished through technical meetings that are accessible without charge, thanks to the support of global sponsors. The branch is run by volunteers who strive to promote the highest standards of maritime safety, manufacturing, ship management efficiency and environmental protection. They disseminate preeminent research and knowledge from international companies at the forefront of marine technology, making valuable contributions to maritime education and training. The IMarEST, headquartered in London, is highly respected as an unbiased forum for knowledge exchange and a bulwark of technical leadership in the industry.

Website: www.imarest.org/group/united-arab-emirates.html

Maritime SheEO

Maritime SheEO offers a bouquet of services focusing on the business case for diversity. It aims to create solutions that can impact the maritime and allied industries – with a focus on diversity & inclusion (D&I), leadership, innovation, entrepreneurship and competitive advantage.

We work with organisations to create a level playing field for women and environment conducive for women to rise to leadership positions. Our team of experts employ D&I initiatives to address and eliminate unconscious bias, conduct gender sensitisation programs and help with the smooth transition of women from ship to shore positions.

We have conducted important research to highlight the business case for diversity. Our goal is to increase the participation of women and eliminate all forms of biases in the Maritime Industry. By highlighting the best practices in the Industry, we aim to build a robust list of resources for the industry to use related to diversity, create recommendations and guidelines for increasing the capacity of women in the industry by promoting diversity, inclusion & open-mindedness.

Website: https://maritimesheeo.com/

Institute of Chartered Shipbrokers

The Middle East branch of the Institute of Chartered Shipbrokers was established in 1995. Initially called the Dubai branch covering members in the United Arab Emirates, the jurisdiction of the branch was extended to the entire Middle East: Egypt, Jordan, Saudi Arabia, Djibouti, Sudan, Iraq, Kuwait, Bahrain, Qatar, UAE & Oman; and renamed as the Middle East branch.

The Middle East Branch of the Institute is one of the most active branches worldwide. With over 250 members working in different segments of the shipping industry, the branch has a prime position among the professional bodies in the Middle East. Regular networking sessions, academic sessions, specialized training, and corporate training programs are conducted on a regular basis. The student Awards Night, a glittering ceremony conducted every year in Dubai and attended by over 250 business leaders and guests from the region is a permanent event in the Dubai Shipping Calendar.

Website: none

Organisation of the Islamic Shipowners Associations- supporter of The Maritime Standard Awards 2016

The Organization of the Islamic Shipowners Association (OISA)

OISA as an affiliated institution to the Organization of the Islamic Cooperation (OIC) was set up to serve Islamic Ummah in maritime transportation field according to the Third Summit Conference of the OIC countries in 1981, Makkah Al-Mukarramah, Saudi Arabia. OISA aims to enhance trade exchange and cooperation among Islamic countries in the field of maritime transport and increase cooperation amongst them.
OISA Projects:
1. Islamic Protection and indemnity Club
2. Bakkah shipping Company
3. Cooperative information system
Tel: +966 2 6636584 / 6637882 / 6653379
Fax: +966 2 6604920
E-mail: mail@oisaonline.com

Website: www.uia.org/s/or/en/1100006182

Supply Chain & Logistics Group (SCLG)

Headquartered in Dubai (UAE), Supply Chain & Logistics Group (SCLG) is a membership driven industry business group engaged in advancing supply chain & logistics industry locally, regionally and globally. SCLG currently has a membership base of 200+ corporate organizations and is growing. SCLG is a purpose based organization delivering values through bringing policy-centric discussion, connection, communication, collaboration, creation, motivation, empowerment and encouragement to individuals, organizations industry and economy.

SCLG engages in supporting and conducting industry-centric conferences, roundtables, educational awareness, site visits and supports publications and co-ordination of magazines and research notes aimed at growth and innovation of organizations. SCLG is continuously striving to encourage adoption of best practices for innovation, visibility, sustainability, technology adoption and social accountability through its various roundtables, forums, technical workshops, training, conferences.

For further enquiries contact Kanchan R Vora at: +971 4 33 69 877

Website: www.sclgme.org

The Cooperative Logistics Network

The Cooperative Logistics Network is a capped, non-exclusive alliance of hand-picked freight forwarders in each major air/ seaport who co-operate in a financially secure environment to reduce costs and risks and grow their businesses by actively working together to compete against the largest multinationals. The Cooperative Logistics Network does not believe in claiming a membership fee and offering its members nothing in return. On joining the network, members immediately gain a global brand, a directory of reliable, financially secure agents who actively work together to bid for the largest contracts and negotiate lower rates from carriers and insurers.

Website: www.thecooperativelogisticsnetwork.com

YoungShip Sri Lanka

YoungShip Sri Lanka is a non-profit organization founded under the auspices of the renowned YoungShip International and is the voice for young professionals in the maritime industry in Sri Lanka. We have a 280+ strong membership representing all areas of the industry (students, seafarers, established professionals) who share our passion and our belief that young people are the most significant constituent to ensure our maritime industry’s ongoing growth and success. YoungShip Sri Lanka’s objectives are guided by four key pillars: knowledge and skills amplification, empowering the next generation, championing Sustainability & Community Outreach, and driving Operational Excellence & Innovation.

Website: none

Dubai Council for Marine and Maritime Industries

The Dubai Council for Marine and Maritime Industries (DCMMIEmirates) is a specialized industry council (non-profit trade and industry council) formed in 2013 to promote the interests of the marine and maritime industry in Dubai and the UAE. DCMMIEmirates represents a wide cross-section of the UAE’s marine and maritime industry such as Offshore & Engineering, Ship Repair & Maintenance, Shipbuilding & Conversion Rig Building, Chandlery and Yacht Services.

DCMMIemirates would represent the steady growth of the marine and maritime industries, attract investments, and stimulate legal and legislative frameworks that are most appropriate for the desired development of the most important sectors within the marine and maritime industrial fields. These sectors are represented by operators, ship owners, charterers, marine legal service providers, ship managers, brokers, P&I clubs, port operators, marine insurance companies, ship chandlers and yacht manufacturers, maintenance and management companies. As well as most of the established local and international manufacturers and suppliers of marine and offshore components, it also represents marine and offshore engineering contractors and companies whose activities are directly related to the industry including classification societies and marine consultants. For more information, please visit dcmmiemirates

Website: www.dcmmiemirates.ae/

UAE Shipping Association

The UAE Shipping Association (UAESA) was established to promote and protect the interests of ship owners and the shipping community of the UAE, whilst also providing a common platform for interaction within the rest of the industry. UAESA will endeavor to be a focal point between the industry and the authorities. If required, the Association shall provide competent marine advisors for support as UAE representation at various marine forums. UAESA will promote the UAE flag internationally by proposing suitable amendments to the authorities. UAESA will encourage marine knowledge through education and training for the benefit of the UAE shipping community.

Website: www.uaesa.ae

WISTA UAE

Formed in 1974 in London the Women's International Shipping & Trading Association (WISTA) is an international networking organisation whose mission is to attract and support women, at the management level, in the maritime, trading and logistics sectors. WISTA UAE’s founding members are Rania Tadros (President), Meena Mathews (Treasurer), Christine Mavromichalis (Secretary General) and Liana Kouimtzi (Marketing & Events Manager).

56 countries support a National WISTA Association (NWA) each of which work collectively for the promotion of diversity within the Maritime and Trade industries. WISTA's vision is to empower women to lead through their unique perspective and competencies with the conviction that gender diversity is key in providing a sustainable future for the shipping industry internationally.

 

Website: www.wistauae.com

Nautical Institute

The Nautical Institute is a non-governmental organisation (NGO) with consultative status at the International Maritime Organization (IMO).

Nautical institute uae branch has been one of the oldest branches outside the UK and is presently a registered entity at DAC, World Trade Center.

  • Open to members from the Emirates, we are always warm to new ideas and collaborative efforts to improve maritime standards in the Middle East.
  • With a rapidly growing potential to support members working predominantly offshore, the branch is continually working to engage and represent professionals at all stages of their careers and across a broad range of sea-going and shore-based roles.

Our aim is to promote professionalism, best practices and safety throughout the maritime industry and to represent the interests of our members.
Currently, managed by a group of 21 volunteers comprising of 5 nationalities and 2 ladies truly representing the diversity and inclusiveness of the United Arab Emirates. Information about the branch activities can be found on
 https://nautinstae.com/ww/

Website: www.nautinst.org

Dubai Shipping Agents Association- supporter of The Maritime Standard Awards 2016

Dubai Shipping Agents Association

DSAA was established in 1999, by a group of prominent shipping agents, with the encouragement of local ports & customs authorities.

The Dubai Shipping Agents Association is a non-profit organization and not engaged in any commercial activity. It provides a forum for members to pool information.
Objectives:
• Promote the joint interests of the shipping agents' community in Dubai.
• Foster / strengthen the relations and co - operation between shipping agents, the customs authorities and other governmental, national and international trade organizations.

Website: www.dubaisaa.ae

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