1905 Copenhagen Denmark
Founded 1905, Copenhagen (Denmark), as Baltic and White Sea Conference. Name changed to Baltic and International Maritime Conference – Conférence maritime baltique et internationale, 1927. Present name adopted 1985. Full title: Baltic and International Maritime Council – Conseil maritime baltique et international. EU Transparency Register: 31226213614-86.
Unite shipowners and other companies and individuals connected with the shipping industry; be a spokesman for and give advice on matters affecting the industry; gather and communicate to members useful information and also instances of unfair charges and claims, freight speculation, objectionable charter-parties and other practices; prepare and improve charter-parties and other shipping documents.
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General Meeting (every 2 years); Board of Directors; Executive Committee; Documentary Committee. Meetings closed.
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