Maritime London is a not for profit promotional body for UK
based companies which provide professional services to the international
Funded by over 100 companies and organisations from a wide
range of disciplines, Maritime London is here to help ensure
that the UK remains a world beating location to base a maritime
Maritime London's Mission
- to maintain
and enhance the UK's position as the world's premier maritime
- to promote
all UK maritime interests, working as necessary with other
bodies and organisations
- to encourage inward location of foreign maritime interests
Maritime London organises trade missions and trade show pavilions; connects its members with an extensive network of governmental and company contacts; undertakes research and liaises with government and other industry representative bodies.
Membership of Maritime London is open to any UK based business
which provides services to the international shipping sector.
The Council, drawn from its diverse membership, gives Maritime
London its direction.
Members include firms from the following sectors:
Shipbroking & chartering
Insurance (underwriting & broking)
We work closely with the following organisations:
Trade & Investment (UKTI) is a government agency which
works with UK-based businesses to ensure their success in
international markets, and encourage the best overseas companies
to look to the UK as their global partner of choice.
purpose is to promote the competitiveness of UK financial
services - to make the UK the best place in the world to
establish and grow a financial services business and, in
turn, to maximise the sector's contribution to the UK.
of London provides local government services for the
financial and commercial heart of Britain, the 'Square Mile'.
It is committed to supporting and promoting 'The City' as
the world leader in international finance and business services.
Vision UK is the national on-going campaign to raise
awareness and understanding of the sea, maritime activities
and the maritime sector amongst young people.
UK brings together the shipping, ports and maritime
business services sectors in the UK to speak with a single
voice on key strategic and practical issues of joint interest.
and Information Technology Commission of Shanghai Pudong
Maritime London signed a MoU in April 2011 to promote the
relationship between the two parties. This gives Maritime
London members access to high level contacts within Shanghai
increasing exposure to the Chinese markets. It also provides
assistance in developing increase trade between the two