for industries influenced by the sea and waterways
DRIVE SECTOR & ECONOMIC GROWTH
we serve and support our members to help them grow and increase business
delivering a sustainable programme to support communities
National Maritime, is the maritime network for industries influenced by the sea and waterways. Our purpose is to serve and support our members to help them grow and increase business. We promote the UK as a world class location central to the country’s global maritime aspirations and work with those industries ambitious to drive trade, productivity and economic growth.
Membership opens the door to new business opportunities, it is corporate, meaning that all your staff join, not just one individual within a business.
Widely recognised for our high quality events with leading speakers, National Maritime holds over 42 events each year enabling your business to make new connections and do business, including sector support workshops, seminars and trade events to support key sectors
Representing our members, we draw on our expertise to assist policymakers to promote the issues and interests raised, ensuring government and stakeholders understand the views and needs of industry, to drive economic growth
Whether you are a start-up or an established business looking to grow, we offer professional advice, guidance and information required to help you succeed
National Maritime Chief Executive Peter Green visited the Torgem Shipyard, Tuzla, Istanbul
21st September, 2017
National Maritime Chief Executive Peter Green met with representatives from the Turkish Shipbuilders Association to look at how shipbuilding in Turkey is supported by government and to share best practice to further develop the interests of the National Maritime membership. With a mutually strong maritime heritage and hugely important business sector, National Maritime recognise that future cross border collaboration is key to supporting business growth.
Pictured here with Mustafa Kemal Torlak, Owner, Torgem Shipyard
We already see examples of automated technology throughout society – from manufacturing assembly lines to Amazon Alexa adding items to our shopping lists. But new advances in autonomous port technology
Fishing remains the most dangerous peacetime occupation in the UK. This already hazardous job is made even more difficult by the 100,000 kilometres of cables and pipelines and 4,000 surface
WHAT PEOPLE SAY
Thanks for a great event and all you do to promote our great maritime sector.
Rt Hon Anna Soubry, Minister of State (Minister for Small Business, Industry and Enterprise)
Tall Ships Festival 2017 – We are very pleased to be supporting National Maritime/ Jobs in Maritime at this prestigious event, and on behalf of VolkerStevin and our guests, I would like to thank you once again.
Eddie Tattersall, Business Development Director, VolkerStevin
Tall Ships Festival 2017 – It was a pleasure! Thank you for inviting us and for giving us such a superb spot. It was a very successful event for us where we managed to attract a good number of new supporters and spread some MCS love around the wonderful setting of Greenwich.
Nicola Greaves, Head of Marketing, Marine Conservation Society
Tall Ships Festival 2017 – A huge thank you for your hospitality last night. It was a great treat to travel up through Tower Bridge on a Tall Ship, a unique opportunity. Great to meet you Peter and fabulous to spend time with you Sezen. A really good evening and event.
Matthew Beckwith, Operations Director, City Cruises PLC
Thank you very much for the event. It was a great success! If only there were even more events like that in the industry.
Anna Cebaseva, CSC
Many thanks – I’m very happy it hit the spot. I enjoyed the various interactions before, after the presentation and there were a lot of good connections made.
Roger Bailey, Tideway
Thanks again also for the high quality event hosting and facilitating on the day. The venue is excellent and you ran things very professionally which made a positive impression on all involved.
Stewart Cutchey, CEFAS (Centre for Environment Fisheries Aquaculture Science)
Thank you, Sezen, for an excellent meeting, which I attended in some trepidation, being something of a backroom person, but it was very useful and I made some good contacts.
Bob Telford, Faversham Creek Trust
Thank you Peter, your team have been amazing. We are really appreciative of your support.
KATHARINE SCHÄFLI, Global Head of Brand Clipper Round the World
Tall Ships Festival 2017 – Thanks for all your support which has meant a great deal. Until next time…
Cllr Denise Hyland, Leader, Royal Greenwich
Coastal Development Seminar 2018 – Great event yesterday, nice one. Thanks again for the invite.
David Knapp, Business Development and Marketing Manager, J T Mackley & Co Ltd
Thanks for putting on the Coastal Development Seminar last night, it was very interesting.
Our purpose is to serve and support our members to help them grow and increase business. We promote the UK as a world class location central to the country’s global maritime aspirations and work with those industries ambitious to drive trade, productivity and economic growth.