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INSA (Indonesian National Shipowners' Association) is the association of shipping companies in Indonesia are recognized by the Government based on the Decree of the Minister of Maritime No. DP 10/7/9 dated 6 September 1967 which was confirmed by the Minister of Transportation Decree No. KP.8/AL.308/Phb-89 dated October 28, 1989. INSA was founded on September 6, 1967 with headquarters on Jl. Tanah Abang III No. 10, Jakarta 10160.

INSA has a VISION for infrastructure development, economy, unity and unifying tool unity of the people & country, and the MISSION is to share a national merchant service bamboozle. and the function is to unite. protect and promote the interests of members and direct the business's ability to achieve a common goal, to be masters in their own country. Through a long struggle since its inception, INSA has been trusted to enhance national shipping both in Indonesia and / or on trade between countries.


IPERINDO. To promote and develop the Marine Industry, which includes shipbuilding and repairing industry, off-shore structures fabrication, marine engineering, marine survey/inspection/consultancy and such other marine-related services, consisting of state-owned enterprises, cooperatives and private companies.

To form a means of communication between our members, provide facilities for the discussion on matters for the development of the Marine Industry, provide proper and desirable advice and assistance to our members on all relevant matters.

To represent the common interests of the our members in taking such actions as may be necessary together with the Government or Non-governmental Agencies in striving for objectives of the Association, either at home or abroad.

To act as legal source with regards to the opinion of the members in promoting the Marine Industry the Government, the Legislative Body and Public.


Korea Marine Equipment Association. Since its founded in May 1990, KOMEA has been contributing significantly to the development of Korea's shipbuilding industry as well as to the creation of an efficient environment for the nation's marine equipment industry.

In this context, global outreach has become a main pillar of KOMEA's dedication to growing Korea's marine equipment industry into a new growth engine. We are aware exerting utmost efforts in developing diverse programs to resolve the needs of our respective member companies, which number about 180 and account for almost 80% of the nation's total marine equipment volume produced by around 700 companies worldwide.

KOMEA is not only building the foundation for smooth supply or marine equipment through mutual cooperation with domestic and overseas shipbuilding and marine equipment industries but also communicating them to marine equipment firms.


Vietnam Shipowners Association. Established in May 1997, Vietnam Shipowners’ Association ( VSA)’s primary aim is to protect the interest of its members who are shipowners, ship operators, shipmanagers and shipping service companies in Vietnam and to promote the shipping activities in the whole country.

Today, VSA has become an association with 40 ordinary, 12 associate and 2 honorary members who are either state-owned, private, stock holding and joint venture companies. Since its foundation, VSA has proved itself to be the useful and trusted channel for all of its members to exchange views, experience and co-operation for enhancing and developing shipping business in Vietnam. VSA assists its members to overcome the difficulties in expanding their business activities and in keeping markets stable. It also aims to act as mediator in dispute settlement between the members. Through the activities, VSA has been playing an important role in making proposals to and closely connecting the Vietnamese shipping community with various government agencies in terms of the implementation and improvement the policies and regulations to facilitate and promote Vietnamese Shipping Industry and protect the interests of its members.

Being a national shipping association, VSA, on behalf of its member maintains close links with not only peer organizations in other countries but also with international institutions such as International Maritime Organization, Federation of Asean Shipowners’Associations, Asian Shipowners’ Forum, etc.

VSA has become an ordinary member of FASA since June 1997. By actively participating in regional and international shipping consultations, VSA has been fully updated on the requirements set forth by the international shipping community with a view to keep its fleet operating safely and smoothly on international trades. In the mean time, VSA has effectively represented Vietnam’s stand on various maritime issues and clearly expressed what is to the best interest of the country‘s Shipowners.


Indonesian Maritime Practitioners Society. The vision of PRAMARIN is contribute the highest quality and have high selling value by using knowledge and provide services to users of ship consulting services with satisfactory results both for national and global interests and contribute greatly to the national economy, Protecting Indonesia's marine environment and social welfare.

PRAMARIN aims to unite Practitioners in the Marine field in Indonesia in order to communicate with each other and work together in improving the role and providing definite direction that can contribute with the highest quality, provide services to users and practitioners in the field of marine with satisfactory results for national and global.


Association of Indonesian Ports Enterprise (Asosiasi Badan Usaha Pelabuhan Indonesia). Association of Indonesian Ports Enterprise (ABUPI) is a forum for Indonesian ports entrepreneurs and the parent organization of companies and entrepreneurs who are engaged in Ports services, such as: Ports Enterprises (BUP), Private Lodging (TerSus) and Exclusive Terminal for Private Lodging (Tuks). ABUPI is formed for the purpose to support and assist the government's efforts in improving economic from the Maritime sector, as well as to support and facilitate activities for members of the association.

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