Continental Shipping agencies NV (CSA NV).
CSA NV Is an established and leading shipping company, for taking care of all maritime and road transport.
integra Marine & Freight Services
This company plays a leading role in the Suriname in the field of maritime and shipping industry.
Ministry of Public Works, Transport & Communications (OWT & C)
The Ministry of OWT & C provides for the development, management and maintenance of sustainable public good and is responsible for the policy in the field of safe transportation in the air, water and on land and monitor the telecommunications providers.
Ministry of Agriculture, Animal Husbandry & Fisheries (LVV)
Ensuring food security and food safety of agricultural produce for the Surinamese society, and promoting and facilitating sustainable development for the agricultural sector.
National Disaster Management Coordination Centre (NCCR)
The NCCR has the task of advising, monitoring and coordinating the development of contingency plans within the total health care and ensuring the necessary training.
The National Institute for Environment and Development (NIMOS)
The NIMOS ensures the development of a national legal framework for environmental policy and environmental management in the interests of sustainable development.
This company invests in the trade and in the shipping industry of the Republic of Suriname and is the owner and operator of the port of Moengo.
Suriname Business Association (VSB)
VSB is a collaboration of people that a company in Suriname. The Association aims at the representation of the interests of its members and the promotion of economic and social well-being of the community.
This company is a group of companies founded in 1958 with their head office in Paramaribo, Suriname. The activities of the groups include shipping, trade, industry, real estate development. Other associated companies are involved in insurance, Banking and in the hospitality industry.
Association of Caribbean States (ACS)
The ACS aims to promote consultation and cooperation between all the countries of the Caribbean.
Caribbean memorandum of understanding on Port State Control
The CMOU regime strives to be an eye in the sail to keep it in the whole region, and to ensure that shipping is conducted in a safe and environmentally friendly way.
Caribbean Shipping Association (CSA)
The need for an effective, broad Association to monitor, discuss and share information in support of the growth and development of the shipping in the Caribbean.
International Hydrographic Organization (IHO)
The IHO is an intergovernmental consultative and technical organization founded in 1921. This to the safety of navigation and the protection of the marine environment.
International Maritime Organization (IMO)
The IMO has the responsibility for the safety of shipping and prevention of marine pollution by ships.
International Seabed Authority (ISA)
The ISA is an autonomous international organization under the United Nations of 1982 established. Convention on the law of the sea and the agreement of 1994 relating to the implementation of part XI of the United Nations Convention on the law of the sea.
International Maritime Pilots Association
IMPA is a non-profit association with a truly international orientation. The achievement of the main objective – the promotion of professionally sound and safe pilotage – in two ways.
Meso American-Caribbean Sea Hydrographic Commission (MACHC)
The MACHC was originally established as the Caribbean Sea-Gulf of Mexico Hydrographic Commission (CGMHC) in Havana, Cuba, 25-27 May 1994, on the occasion of its first meeting, on the initiative of Cuba, the Netherlands, United States of America, Guyana and Mexico
Organization of American States (OAS)
The OAS is an international organization that consists of 35 independent States on the American continent. It was founded on April 30, 1948 in Bogota, Colombia and is headquartered in Washington, D.C. in the United States.
Safeport aims to develop and demonstrate an Active vessel Traffic Management and information system (A-VTMIS) to manage vessel movement within its jurisdiction. This will ensure that ships safe paths without conflict with other ships and improving the efficiency of the port activities.
United States Coast Guard (USCG)
The USCG is one of the five armed forces of the United States and the only military organization within the Department of Homeland Security it is a unique tool for the maritime safety, security and allows for the environment