Leading U.S. Tramp Shipping Agency Longest Active U.S. Member of International Maritime Shipping Organization

Transmarine Navigation Corporation – a leading U.S. tramp ship agency with offices in a dozen port cities along the Gulf Coast, West Coast, and Hawaii – recently celebrated 75 years of membership with the Baltic and International Maritime Council (BIMCO).

Transmarine joined BIMCO in 1949 and is the longest active U.S. member of the esteemed international shipping organization.

“We’re proud to share such a rich history with BIMCO,” said Leslie Clements, Transmarine’s Managing Director. “Our membership continues to provide us with the latest on shipping market analysis, valuable insight on evolving regulatory and contractual issues, and general support that help us serve our clients better.”

To help commemorate 75 years of membership, BIMCO will raise Transmarine’s profile in its official newsletter and varied social media channels alongside other shipping outfits celebrating landmark membership anniversaries.

For more information on Transmarine’s storied history, go here.

Facilitating trade is at the very heart of its business, and since 1905, BIMCO has helped its members keep world trade moving. BIMCO members cover 62% of the world’s tonnage and consist of local, global, small, and large companies, which make up a shipping community of over 2,000 members in 130 countries. From its offices in Houston, London, Copenhagen, Athens, Brussels, Singapore, and Shanghai, BIMCO aims to help build a resilient industry in a sustainable future whilst protecting world trade. We do this by finding practical solutions for our members to help them manage risk in a changing world.

Founded in 1938, Transmarine is a leading U.S. tramp ship agency, headquartered in Long Beach, California, and with offices in a dozen port cities along the Gulf Coast, West Coast, and Hawaii. The most prestigious firms in the shipping industry trust Transmarine to manage their port call operations with safety and efficiency. How can we help manage your fleet, cargo, and crew while streamlining your in-port operations? Find out here.