The Baltic Exchange is a membership organization at the heart of the global maritime marketplace. Who provides independent daily shipping market information; maintain professional shipbroking standards and resolve disputes.
The Baltic and International Maritime Council. An independent international shipping association with a membership composed of ship owners, managers, brokers, agents and many other stakeholders with vested interests in the shipping industry.
INTER-AMERICAN CHAMBER OF SHIPPING AGENT NATIONAL ASSOCIATIONS represents its members to coordinate and collaborate in support of the legitimate interests of Shipping Agents, as well as those involved in international sea trade and port activity.
The Federation of National Associations of Ship Brokers and Agents was formed in 1969 to speak with authority on behalf of the shipping profession in so far as shipbrokers and agents are concerned, to promote fair and equitable practices in those professions, to co-operate with other international maritime bodies and to consult and advise on any matters of concern to the shipping industry.
The International Association of Independent Tanker Owners is a trade association that has served as the voice for independent tanker owners since 1970, representing the interests of its members at national, regional and international levels.
NAMO is comprised of maritime-related organizations throughout the United States. NAMO represents its members in all matters on a national level that affect foreign or domestic waterborne commerce using U.S. ports.
iTmarine provides a Charter Party Editor designed with the shipbroker in mind.
Maritime Global Net (MGN) has been an open resource to maritime professionals looking for news, industry sites, market information, and general contact details.
The portal provides shipbrokers with fast access to useful web resources and online tools.