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26 November 2015
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Intercargo is the short name for the International Association of Dry Cargo Shipowners.

Our members operate predominantly Bulk Carriers in the international dry bulk trades, such as coal, grain, iron ore and other bulk commodities. Our main role is to work with our members, the regulators and other Shipping Associations to ensure that shipping operates safely, efficiently, environmentally and profitably. To do this, we actively participate in the development of global legislation through the International Maritime Organization and other similar bodies.

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On a day-to-day basis, our Members set a Work Programme, covering the most important issues affecting dry bulk shipowners.  Members contribute their views so that Dry Bulk and Industry strategy can be created.  We also provide considerable information on other Dry Bulk issues.  Click here if you would like to be added to our list of Intercargo Supporters and to receive an email copy of our quarterly “Bulk Carrier Bulletin” on our Work Programme.

The Intercargo Chairman is Mr. John Platsidakis of Anangel Maritime Services Inc., Greece.

Our members participate in our two main committees - the Executive Committee (EXCOMM), and Technical Committee (CASTEC).

The memberships of these two are listed in the following two articles:

Intercargo membership categories are :-

a) Full - Any company which owns, operates or manages dry bulk shipping or
b) Associate - Any company which provides goods or services to the dry cargo shipping industry.

For further details, please see membership