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China Container Industry Association (CCIA), located in Beijing and established in 1993 with the approval from the Ministry of Civil Affairs of the People’s Republic of China, is a nationwide social organization with legal person qualification.
The Container Owners Association (COA) was established in November 2004 as an international organisation representing the common interests of all owners of freight containers. The principle aims of the COA are to provide global expertise, to promote common standards and to facilitate international lobbying.
The APSA has evolved into a modern, customer-oriented organization. It readily dealt with challenges presented by its external environment by remolding its operation and using its expertise towards achieving new objectives. The Association has evolved with time and under its able leadership will meet the demands of the shipping industry way into the future.
The Bureau International des Containers et du Transport Intermodal (B.I.C.), with over 1900 members, is the only non-governmental organization linking all groups interested in containerization and intermodal transport: carriers, manufacturers, operators, lessors, shippers, forwarders, authorities and other international organizations.
Hong Kong Logistics Association, founded in 1996 as the first non-profit making professional institute in Logistics in Hong Kong, is one of the leading pioneers in promoting logistics and supply chain management in Hong Kong. Our members include logistics services providers, trading firms, manufacturers, scholars as well as logistics professionals.
WorldCargo News features the industry's most comprehensive archive of cargo handling, port and terminal development and operations, and intermodalism/containerisation news and features taken from WorldCargo News magazine from 1998 to the latest issue.
China shipping & trade information network (SNET) is an e-commerce pilot unit approved by the Ministry of Information Industry of the People's Republic of China. It provides professional transportation information and e-commerce services for shipping, road, air and logistics. Since its opening in 1998, after years of accumulation, it has become the preferred media and information service website for industry companies to open up markets and conduct business consulting.
Tank News International brings visitors news covering the entire tank storage and transport markets and welcomes editorial submissions covering new product launches and enhancements, case studies, regulation changes, technical articles and company news - Please visit tanknewsinternational.com to find out more
Tank Storage Magazine is the industry leading publication dedicated to the bulk liquid storage & transportation sectors. For over 10 years we have provided exclusive interviews, the latest market analysis, details of terminals being built around the globe, vital updates on regulations and policy & information on the most innovative technologies. Tank Storage Magazine is distributed at all major events worldwide.
Tank Cleaning Magazine provides those within the sector the
information they need to make informed decisions about their businesses.
With transport logistic providers needing to have their tanks cleaned in a quick and efficient manner and cleaning stations having to respond to these demands, those in the industry as a whole now have the
information at their fingertips to help them make informed decisions based on the experience of their peers and ensuring they are kept up-to-date on the very latest technology advancements the industry has to offer.
Transportweekly International provides analytical information on the development of global transportation and supply chain market, covering events, expert opinion, freight rates trends and more. Published 4 times a year in English.
Valenmar is a Spanish publishing group focused on transport, traffic, port management, logistics and international trade. With a wide experience in specialised information we have consolidated our presence in these sectors with diversified contents and supports. Among our publications you may find Veintepies.com and our bilingual magazine, Foro Internacional.
Universal Freight Organisation, established in January 2000 provides independent freight forwarders access to a trusted, worldwide network of agents who handle their shipments, whilst working professionally and safely under a strict Code of Conduct.
World Freight Network, successfully links together 265+ independent freight forwarders in 120 countries. Based in London, UK, WFN exists to facilitate the safe and profitable exchange of business between its Members. WFN recruits strong, high calibre forwarders, dedicated to providing an excellent service. Upon joining WFN, forwarders are introduced to an international group of proficient, vetted partners all sharing one goal: to increase business volumes.
Worldoils is a company that combines the power of marketing as well as the in-house expertise for the Oil, Gas, Offshore and the Maritime industries. Worldoils' has become a truly central platform for visitors who need information regarding oil and gas products and services, research, training, conferences, news and events as well as a popular advertising base for providers of Oil, Gas, Marine and Offshore services.
World Maritime News delivers expert coverage of the industry sectors that matter most to you and your business. This includes news and updates on markets, projects, vessels, equipment, research, shipyards, shipping companies and the authorities dominating these markets.
Xinde Marine News is a leading marine news provider in China. As an independent online media with the mission to provide independent, credible, critical, and topical information, analysis, opinions, research, and advisories to the maritime and shipping industry with a clear focus on markets, vessels, ports, shipbuilding, authorities, enterprises, and seafarers.