Global organisation of transport workers' unions. The ITF brings together some 533 unions in more than 136 countries in every part of the world, and representing over 5 million trade union members in every branch of transport.
A Great Lakes maritime guild 1886, promoting safety in the profession and expressing concerns in maritime navigation, engineering and legislative issues.
Represents licensed deck officers, state pilots and other marine personnel on U.S. flag commercial vessels sailing in international and inland waterways as well as crews sailing civilian-crewed military vessels of the United States.
A union of unlicensed sailors that work in the deck, engine, and steward's departments in U.S.-flag vessels under contract to the Union. The SUP also has collective bargaining agreements with U.S.-flag companies where licensed personnel are also represented.
An independent union and the oldest organization of crewmen and skippers in the North Pacific. Composed of longliners who fish primarily in the Gulf of Alaska and the Bering Sea and who have a working agreement with the Fishing Vessel Owners' Association.
AMOA is and independent union dedicated to representing the shipboard officers of Arco Marine.
Operating Engineers Marine Division. Information and member resources
A non-profit association facilitating the competitiveness of Connecticut's maritime industries. Our cluster network is mostly composed of small and medium-sized business. Together, our group has reached a consensus on the issues facing the maritime industries in Connecticut and an approach to solve these issues.
MUA represents 10,000 Australian stevedoring workers, seafarers and, as a key affiliate of the International Transport Workers' Federation, 320,000 of the world's seafarers.
National association of masters, mates, pilots, engineers and other marine officers.