Organization of the Islamic Shipowners' Association (OISA)
Organisation de l'association islamique des armateurs
1981-01 Makkah Saudi Arabia
Jan 1981, Makkah (Saudi Arabia), by 3rd F-XF4974 - Islamic Summit of Kings and Heads of States and Governments, as an affiliated institution of C-XC4129 - Organisation of Islamic Cooperation (OIC). Previously also referred to as Islamic Shipowners' Association (ISA) -- Association islamique des armateurs.
Coordinate and unify the efforts of members in realizing cooperation among the maritime companies; protect the interests of members by providing counsel and support to them through a greater voice in international maritime affairs; establish contact between the Islamic world and other countries within an integrated maritime network; assist in drawing up a unified policy for Islamic maritime transporters; conduct studies and research in the various disciplines of maritime transport.
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General Assembly (annual). Executive Committee, consisting of 14 members and a representative of the OIC Secretary-General. General Secretariat at Headquarters in Jeddah (Saudi Arabia).
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