Comité international radiomaritime (CIRM)
International Maritime Radio Association
Comité Internacional Radio-Maritimo
1928-09-10 San Sebastian Santa Cruz de Tenerife Spain
10 Sep 1928, San Sebastian (Spain), by radio companies engaged in application of radio to maritime service. Reconstituted, and new statutes formulated, 1947. Registered by Belgian Royal Decree, 25 Feb 1947. Registered in accordance with British law, 10 Apr 1990: No 2494458.
Enhance safety of life at sea and the safe and timely conduct of shipping by fostering efficient application of technology to maritime communications and navigation; advance maritime telecommunications and radio navigation services in the most scientific and efficient manner for the benefit of all concerned with maritime matters; represent the interests of the industry by providing a link between members and international authorities; provide a forum for coordination, information exchange and discussion among member companies.
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General Meeting (annual). Board of Directors (meets twice a year) consisting of President, 2 Vice-Presidents, Secretary-General, Deputy Secretary-General and 12 Directors. Technical Committee (meets twice a year). Secretariat in London (UK). Working groups as required.
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