Who are we?
InterManager is the international trade association for the shipmanagement industry.
Our members are in-house or third party ship managers, crew managers or related organisations and businesses from throughout the shipping industry.
Collectively InterManager members are involved in the management of almost 5,000 ships and responsible for some 250,000 seafarers.
InterManager is the only organisation exclusively dedicated to representing the shipmanagement industry. It is a recognised and well-respected organisation which represents its members at international level, lobbying on their behalf to ensure their views and needs are taken into account within the world-wide maritime industry.
In addition, InterManager is committed to improving transparency and governance in the shipping world and ensuring high standards are maintained throughout the shipmanagement sector.
InterManager is the voice of shipmanagement.
In The News
Amendments to the Maritime Labour Convention 2006 to ensure financial security for abandoned seafarers and for compensation for contractual claims for death and personal injury met unanimous agreement at an … (Read more…)
The European Community of Shipowners’ Associations, representing the interests of the national shipowners’ associations of the EU and Norway, and CLIA Europe, representing Europe’s cruise industry, welcome the proposal for … (Read more…)
InterManager, the international trade association for the ship management industry, has welcomed the adoption of new measures to protect seafarers against abandonment.
Amendments to the Maritime Labour Convention 2006, agreed at … (Read more…)
Ship managers should put in place sensible contingency plans to guard against a worst-case scenario should Filipino officers potentially find themselves banned from working on EU-flagged vessels. This follows concerns … (Read more…)
The shipping industry has shown great resilience in battling through the recent economic downturn, according to InterManager President Gerardo Borromeo. But he urged caution following a recent jump in new … (Read more…)