CROATIAN SHIPOWNERS’ ASSOCIATION

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CROATIAN SHIPOWNERS' ASSOCIATION MARE NOSTRUM

CROATIAN SHIPOWNERS’ ASSOCIATION MARE NOSTRUM was founded on 5 February 1991 on the initiative of 14 shipping companies under the name Mare Nostrum – Croatian maritime shipping company with limited liability.  It acted as a company until 2000 when it was transformed into an association.

Presently Mare Nostrum assembles ten members – the leading Croatian shipping companies who manage 133 vessels with a total of  1.650.173 GT and 2.656.052 DWT.

Croatian Ship Registry is an associate member of Mare Nostrum.

Shipping is one of the most important maritime economy sectors, therefore the Association acts as a natural forum for “Blue Cluster” members, a central point for discussion and reflection on all relevant issues regarding the development of the shipping and related industries.

Shipping one of the most important sectors of the maritime economy, so the natural association gathering forum for "Blue Cluster", a central point for reflection and discussion on all relevant issues of development of the shipping industry and related industries.

The purpose of the Association is to create favourable business conditions and to promote the interests of the Croatian shipping companies before proper national authorities, in cooperation with similar associations, before the authorities of the European Union.  

The aim of the Association is to create favourable business conditions and promote the interests of Croatian shipping company before the competent national authorities, in cooperation with similar associations, before the bodies of the European Union.

The Association participates in the drafting of the national maritime affairs legislation and implementation of the international standards in particular with regards to the International Maritime Organization- IMO and to International Labour Organization -ILO.

As the shipowners’ association, Mare Nostrum is a responsible social partner in negotiations with the trade unions and relevant government bodies.

Mare Nostrum is a member of ECSA. (The European Community Shipowners' Associations)

Within the tab ''Statistics'', you can find latest fleet structure of CSA Mare Nostrum members.

News and events

Nova novost

22.10.2018

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19.10.2018

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15.10.2018

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20.09.2018

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14.09.2018

Underwater ROS workshop at the BtS confirmed on 2nd of October 2018

Breaking the Surface (BtS) workshop, which brings together a significant part of the marine community will be held from 30 September until 7 October 2018 in Biograd na Moru, Croatia.

13.09.2018

12.09.2018

Nova novost

11.08.2018

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11.08.2018

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08.08.2018

FIRST HYDROGEN POWER PLANT IN US PORT

Toyota is building what it calls the world's first Megawatt-scale 100% renewable power and hydrogen plant at the US Port of Long Beach.

The Tri-Gen facility will be the first Toyota facility in North America to use 100% renewable power using bio-waste sourced from California agricultural waste to generate water, electricity and hydrogen.

18.07.2018

ECSA welcomes the signature of the EU-Japan Economic Partnership Agreement (EPA)

The EU and Japan yesterday signed the EU-Japan Economic Partnership Agreement during the 25th EU-Japan summit in Tokyo. The European Shipowners welcome the signing of a highly ambitious trade agreement between two of the world's largest economies.

18.07.2018

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17.07.2018

ECSA - THE LATEST FROM BRUSSELS

The ECSA secretariat met with ENVI Director Mr. Sadauskas and two of his staff members to discuss the latest state of play of the ship recycling dossier. ECSA presented its paper of estimates on the recycling capacity needed for EU shipowners.

16.07.2018

IBIA Pointers for Problem Fuels: What Should Ship Owners Do?

A significant number of ships have experienced serious operational problems – chiefly sticking/seizing fuel pumps and in some cases filter blockages – after lifting bunker fuels from the US Gulf region since late March and during April/May. Most cases have reportedly been caused by intermediate fuel oils (IFOs) bunkered in the Houston area, though there are indications that similar problems have been caused by fuels bunkered in Panama.

18.06.2018

07.06.2018

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21.05.2018

III ADRIATIC MARITIME LAW CONFERENCE GRADO, 24-26 May 2018

LINER SHIPS FOR TRANSPORT OF PASSENGERS IN THE ADRIATIC – IMPLEMENTATION OF INTERNATIONAL REGULATIONS ON PROTECTION OF MARINE ENVIRONMENT IN CROATIA

16.05.2018

26.04.2018

19.04.2018
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    MARE NOSTRUM
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