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foto sociedad port2EF960A7 2Eleven Caribbean Nationals successfully completed the Caribbean Shipping Association’s (CSA) Terminal Study Tour in Cartagena, Colombia, June 16 – 20, 2014. The programme was the first CSA training initiative for the year, with participants from St. Kitts and Nevis, Puerto Rico, Jamaica, Barbados and St. Vincent and the Grenadines.

Participants were exposed to the operations at CONTECAR and best practices at the high-performing, multi-purpose port. The course provided the opportunity for attendees to make parallel assessments between terminal operations in Colombia and their countries of origin to aid in determining solutions to common operations and port management challenges.

The programme took an in-depth look at Cruise and Commercial Operations; Safety and Security; Vessel Planning; Yard Planning; Roro Operations; Equipment Operations; Human Resource Management; Maintenance and Stowage.

The recently concluded Caribbean Shipping Executives Conference (CSEC) held in Miami, Florida, has underscored the commitment of CSA members to the building and sustaining of relationships in the region.

A total of 244 delegates from 30 countries in the Caribbean, Latin America and Europe were in attendance during the three-day conference held at the Miami Marriott, May 12 – 14, 2014 making the 13th CSEC the largest mid-year conference of the CSA to date.

Hosted in collaboration with PortMiami, the conference featured the largest delegation from the French West Indies, indicating the commitment of the CSA’s French members to bridging the language barrier and increasing their participation in CSA events. A total of 26 French representatives were in attendance. The 13th CSEC also saw the return of Dominica to the CSA’s mid-year conference.

Applications are now being accepted for tuition bursaries under the Caribbean Shipping Association's Monica Silvera Scholarship Programme. The bursaries are tenable at the Caribbean Maritime Institute (CMI) for the following specific programmes:

  • Bachelor of Science in Marine Transportation (Deck)
  • Bachelor of Engineering in Marine Engineering
  • Bachelor of Science in Logistics and Supply Chain Management
  • Bachelor of Engineering in Industrial Systems
  • Bachelor of Science in International Shipping
  • Bachelor of Science in Port Management
  • Bachelor of Science in Cruise Shipping and Marine Tourism
  • Bachelor of Science in Security Administration and Management
  • Bachelor of Science in Customs Processes, Freight Forwarding and Immigration 

 

For more information contact the Caribbean Maritime Institute at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or 1(876)618-7447, 1(876)924-8072. N.B Entry requirements of CMI include at least five (5) CSEC/GCE (O’Level) subjects. Conditions apply.

www.cmi.edu.jm

 

 

 

SAVE THE DATE! | ¡AHORRE LA FECHA! | RÉSSERVE CETTE DATE! | RESERVE A DATA! 

From October 9-11 2017, the Caribbean Shipping Association's  47th AGM, Conference and Exhibition  will be held in beautiful Bridgetown  Barbados.

Participants can look forward to industry-leading discussions on issues impacting the shipping and logistics business in the region.  Save the date for the most influential networking and information gathering event in  the  Caribbean!

The CSA offers an excellent opportunity for interested companies to become a conference sponsor!

There are wonderful sponsorship benefits at our conferences, including free advertising both at the conference and on our website. If you are looking to reach a wider audience through promotional items, contact the CSA Secretariat for details on sponsorship packages via email to Dionne Mason Gordon at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or via telephone at 876-923-3491.

Excellent Presentations, Engaging and Qualified Speakers, a Beautiful Backdrop in the Caribbean October 9-11  2017| 47th AGM, Conference and Exhibition  | SAVE THE DATE

 
 
 
 

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