CMA Shipping 2016
The UK Club took part in the latest Connecticut Maritime Association (CMA) exhibition and conference at Stamford, CT in March 2016.
As usual our stand is a focal point for many of our friends from both the North American maritime community and beyond. As well as representatives from our New Jersey office, the Loss Prevention director from our London office was also present to meet members and potential clients Our stands 9 and 10 in the exhibition area were well attended.
The Connecticut Maritime Association is a non-profit organisation of individuals representing every aspect of shipping and international trade. For almost thirty years it has convened a trade show and conference in Stamford, Connecticut.A link to the presentations over the three day conference can be found here:
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