International Chamber of Shipping (ICS)
Chambre internationale de la marine marchande
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1921-11-23 London UK
Founded 23 Nov 1921, London (UK), as International Shipping Conference – Conférence internationale des armateurs. Present name adopted 1948. New constitution adopted Nov 1987. Registered under UK law, Aug 1990. EU Transparency Register: 90104608462-14.
Promote internationally the interests of members in matters of shipping policy and ship operation; encourage high standards of operation and provision of high quality and efficient shipping services; strive for a regulatory environment which supports safe shipping operations, protection of the environment and adherence to internationally adopted standards and procedures; promote properly considered international regulation of shipping and oppose unilateral and regional action by governments; press for recognition of commercial realities of shipping and the need for quality to be rewarded by a proper commercial return; promote industry guidance on best operating practices.
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General Meeting (annual); ICS Board of Directors. Committees (4); Sub-Committees (4); Panels (6). H-XC2457 - International Shipping Federation (ISF), set up 1909, is the identity used by ICS when acting as the international employers' association for ship operators.
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