Pacific Maritime Transport Alliance (PMTA)
1978-11-27 Apia Samoa
Founded 27 Nov 1978, Apia (Samoa), at 5th South Pacific Ports Conference, as South Pacific Ports Association (SPPA), when constitution was adopted. New constitution adopted and name changed to Association of Pacific Ports (APP) 14-17 Sep 1998, Suva (Fiji), at 25th Conference. Subsequently changed title to Pacific Countries Ports Association (PCPA), 2007. Current title adopted 2010.
Promote regional cooperation, friendship and understanding among member ports and port users through mutual association, exchange of knowledge and dissemination of information useful to port administrations; promote measures to increase efficiency and safety and to facilitate harmonious development of ports in the region.
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Conference (every 2 years); Executive Committee (meets annually); Sub-Committees (4): Environmental; Financial; Training; Engineering. Secretariat.
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