Union of African Shippers' Councils (UASC)
Union des conseils des chargeurs africains (UCCA)
União dos Conselhos dos Carregadores Africanos (UCCA)
1977-02 Accra Ghana
Feb 1977, Accra (Ghana), as a specialized organ of F-XF1523 - Maritime Organization of West and Central Africa (MOWCA).
Strengthen the consultative and negotiating mechanisms with maritime conferences and ship owners; reduce the incidence of transport cost on the economies of West and Central African countries; promote any cooperation policy protecting the interests of member states vis-à-vis carriage of goods; simplify administrative formalities in international maritime traffic; promote sub-regional trade; contribute to sub-regional economic integration policies.
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General Assembly (every 2 years); Steering Committee; Lobby, composed of Board Chairmen and General Managers; Bureau, comprising Chairman and Vice-Chairman (2-year terms), Secretary General (4-year term), Treasurer and Auditors (from 2 countries, 2-year terms); General Secretariat in Douala (Cameroon); Standing Committees (2): Trade and Transport, Cooperation and Regulation.
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