Maritime UK

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Maritime UK is the umbrella body and representative body for the UK maritime sector. The UK's maritime sector comprises shipping, ports, marine (leisure, shipbuilding, technology and science) and maritime business services. Maritime contributes around £46.1bn to the UK economy and supports over 1,000,000 jobs.[1]

Maritime UK is registered at Companies House as The Maritime Industries of the United Kingdom.

Members

Baltic Exchange, Belfast Maritime Consortium, British Marine, British Ports Association, CLIA UK & Ireland, Institute of Chartered Shipbrokers, Shipping Innovation, Maritime London, Solent LEP, Maritime UK South West, Mersey Maritime, Nautilus International, Seafarers UK, Society of Maritime Industries, Trinity House, UK Chamber of Shipping, UK Major Ports Group and the Workboat Association.

Leadership

The current Chair is Sarah Kenny OBE, CEO of BMT. The Vice Chair is Robin Mortimer, CEO of the Port of London Authority.

The Director is Ben Murray.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "The combined economic impact of the UK Maritime industry". www.maritimeuk.org. Cebr. September 2019. Retrieved 13 December 2016.{{cite web}}: CS1 maint: url-status (link)

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