Conference of Chartering and Shipowning Organizations of CMEA Member Countries (CCSO)
Conférence des organisations de fret maritime et des armateurs des pays membres du CAEM
Konferenz der Vertreter der Befrachtungs- und Reedereiorganisationen der Midglieds-Länder des RWG
Sovescanie Frahtovyh i Sudovladelceskih Organizacij Stran-Clenov SEV
1952, Moscow (USSR). Statute adopted by 23rd session, 1972, Budapest (Hungary). No longer exists.
Deal with most important questions of cooperation which are of interest to the chartering and shipowning organizations of the countries participating in the Conference.Available with paid subscription only.
Coordination of CMEA member countries' activity in chartering tramp tonnage and booking liner tonnage. Making recommendations on setting-up by CIEA member countries' shipping enterprises joint lines between ports of these countries as well as lines to third countries' ports. Specialization of individual chartering organizations to carry out certain chartering operations on behalf of other countries' organizations. Exchange of information on all matters of chartering activity of mutual interest. Unification and drafting of new forms of freight documentation. Arrangement of joint actions by CMEA member countries to protect their interests from discriminatory moves of capitalist countries in the sphere of shipping.
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- Transportation, Telecommunications
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