Thank you to the leading regional industry organisations and associations for their support of the 2017 conference; further details of each supporter are available via their company logo.

If you would like to put forward an organisation to be an official supporter of the 39th Motorship Propulsion & Emissions Conference 2017 please email or call +44 1329 825335.

BIMCO is an independent international shipping association, with a membership composed of shipowners, managers, brokers, agents and many other stakeholders with vested interests in the shipping industry.
BP2S Bureau de Promotion du Shortsea Shipping
The SPC France (Shortsea Promotion Centre) is an association gathering state organizations, professional organizations, and transport companies of all sectors: shippers, freight forwarders, road hauliers, ports, shipowners and shipping agents.
Danish Maritime
Danish Maritime are pleased to support the 38th annual Motorship Propulsion & Emissions Conference. The conference provides its attendees with a unique opportunity of exchanging information, experience and new ideas as well as networking with the industry's most important influencers in a social environment. Danish Maritime is therefore pleased to support this highly interesting event.
Danish Shipowners’ Association
The Danish Shipowners' Association was established in 1884 and represents Denmark's shipping and offshore industry. It is an employer organization which concludes wage agreements with the seamen's unions and handles all matters concerning employment, safety and training within the shipping and offshore industry.
The European Community Shipowners’ Associations (ECSA), formed in 1965, comprises the national shipowners’ associations of the EU and Norway.
European Shortsea Network
The European Shortsea Network is a co-operation between all national shortsea promotion centres. ESN has no legal status, but is an agreement between the members.
InterManager is the international trade association for the ship management industry. Its membership comprises in-house and third party ship managers, crew managers and associate members from throughout the shipping industry.
International Bunker Industry Association (IBIA)
The International Bunker Industry Association exists to provide an international forum to address the concerns of all sectors of the international bunker industry.
International Windship Association
The ‘International Windship Association’ (IWSA) is a growing, member driven association that is encouraging, advising and advocating for the use of wind propulsion technologies in the shipping industry.
Russian Maritime Register of Shipping (RS)
Russian Maritime Register of Shipping (RS) is a leading classification society.
SEAaT is a cross-industry, unique, pro-active and self funding group, whose mission is to encourage and facilitate efficient reduction of harmful emissions to air from shipping.
SSA represents the diverse UK Maritime industry including leading marine equipment manufacturers, technical centres, service providers, research institutes, and of course Shipyards and Commercial boat builders.
The German Shipowners’ Association „Verband Deutscher Reeder“ (VDR) represents the common economic and sociopolitical interests of the German shipowners on national and international level.