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PartnershipThe Caribbean Shipping Association is deeply concerned about the effects of the passage of hurricanes Harvey, Irma and Jose during the 2017 hurricane season.  We have been seen the images of devastation reported in the media and the great need that has been created in our sister countries.

Our president, executive, secretariat and members wish to express heartfelt condolences to all those affected by the loss of life and property. We extend our condolences also to those who have suffered the trauma of complete devastation and the accompanying anguish which such devastation occasions. We send our prayers and best wishes to the affected countries, particularly to the shipping community, their families and their loved ones.

We are a resilient industry and at times like these we must come together to rebuild stronger than before. We pledge our continued support to these affected countries and will be investigating how best we can make such support more tangible over the weeks that follow when the full extent of the needs have been assessed and reported. We expect to announce the CSA's plan of action in response to this widespread loss in our community during our Annual General Meeting planned for October in Barbados. Until then, we are keenly following the progress of the situation and continue to keep our brother and sisters in our thoughts and considerations. 

Our very best wishes, 

Caribbean Shipping Association

AGM-LaunchBarbados Port Inc. and the Shipping Association of Barbados will host the Caribbean Shipping Associations’ (CSA) 47th Annual General Meeting, Conference and Exhibition. This event will be held at the Hilton Barbados Hotel, Bridgetown from October 9-11,2017.

The hosts will welcome shipping executives from across the supply chain including shipping personnel such as agents, customs and maritime authorities, port and terminal operators and shipping agents.

Photo: From left: Mr. Scott Viera President of the Shipping Association of Barbados speaks with CSA President Mr. David Jean Marie and Mr. Fernando Rivera General Manager of the CSA

agm2017Barbados will be the 2017 venue of the Caribbean region's premier shipping conference, when that nation's maritime community welcomes delegates attending the Caribbean Shipping Associations' (CSA) 47th Annual General Meeting, Conference and Exhibition, from October 9-11.

Barbados Port Inc and the Shipping Association of Barbados will host the proceedings, which are to be held at the Hilton Barbados Hotel, Bridgetown.

As is customary at its AGM, the CSA will welcome some of the largest and most influential supply chain interests, including shipping lines, ship's agents, customs and maritime authorities, port and terminal operators across the hemisphere.

REGISTER NOW for the Caribbean Shipping Association’s 47th AGM, Conference & Exhibition scheduled to be held in Bridgetown, Barbados from October 9 – 11. Jointly hosted by the Barbados Port Inc and Shipping Association of Barbados (SAB) in their beautiful island, this year’s conference promises to be the usual dynamic and engaging, providing interesting and current topics for discussion, excellent networking opportunities, and the much anticipated announcement of the Ports of the Year winners for 2016.

Click HERE for details on registering for the conference and to take advantage of early bird rates! 

 
 
 
 

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