European Harbour Masters' Committee (EHMC)
1985-05 Cork Ireland
Founded May 1985, Cork (Ireland), as European Harbour Masters' Association (EHMA). Previously existed as an informal body, known from 1961 as Harbour Masters of North Western Europe. Instrumental in setting up C-XC0057 - International Harbour Masters' Association (IHMA), 21 Jun 1996, when EHMA became an integral part of IHMA. Current title and form adopted May 2004, so as to make way for the formation of other regional groupings. EU Transparency Register: 50964709218-58.
Promote safe and efficient conduct of marine operations in port waters; develop and foster collaboration and good relations among harbour masters in Europe and represent their professional views; collect, collate and supply information of professional interest to members; focus on European issues; serve as a voice in European institutions; contribute as an expert group to European research projects.
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