The New York Maritime Cluster is home to over 250 shipping companies, who are continually reaping the benefits of the area's extensive resources and infrastructure (banks, lawyers, insurance and arbitration). New York is also the world's best tax haven for a foreign shipping company to base its operations if it qualifies for exemption under US tax laws or a US treaty
Top 3 reasons for doing business in New York:
#1 New York remains the world’s financial center, and shipping figures prominently in it. More shipping companies are listed on the New York exchanges than any other exchange. New York is the epicenter for private equity, bonds and alternative financing all of which provides much needed capital to the maritime industry.
#2 Comprehensive maritime community embracing shipping companies, financial institutions, law firms, insurance, brokerage, arbitration, cargo handling, freight forwarding, media and more!
#3 The port of New York is the third largest port in North America, and the busiest on the East Coast. It is the largest refined petroleum product port, as well as the largest auto import/export port, in the United States.
3 reasons YOU should join NYMAR:
1 = Participate in the expanding the New York maritime business community, and therefore expand your own business!
2 = Receive invitations to regular meetings on market topical events—market breakfasts, networking receptions, discounted participation in many area conferences and events.
3 = Support the visibility and viability of the New York maritime cluster!
New York Maritime Inc. (NYMAR) remains bullish on doing business in the New York Maritime region. Not only is there a full complement of ship owning companies and maritime services (financial, legal, insurance, broking, and more), but New York also boasts the third largest port in the United States—the largest trading nation in the world.
New York Maritime Consortium
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To View the March CMA Shipping 2016 recreation
5/1/2015— Industry professionals re-created a real world, interactive, mock arbitration titled- Seven Days in May: Resolving Your Arbitration Insecurities.
Read more including our PLAYBELL of the event!
News & Upcoming Events
~ Dear Friend of the Waterfront Alliance, Please join us next Wednesday, April 27 for Deep Dives #5—Uncovering the Working Waterfront: How can people care about their ports? Learn more about how people can strengthen connections with the third largest port in the country, and broaden the constituencies for preserving and expanding the maritime industry. Events page
~ NYMAR Publishes White Paper on Marine Insurance, New York: A Center of Excellence for Marine Insurance, written by Joseph Hughes, Chairman and CEO of The American Club. “We are pleased to be publishing this important piece about the extensive capability of the New York marine insurance market”, stated Chairman Maitland. “This is just another jewel in the New York maritime center crown of achievements and capacity.” Read more on our news page
~ The NYMAR Annual General Meeting on April 6 featured A SWOT Analysis of the Port of New York/New Jersey by Roland Lewis, President and CEO of the Waterfront Alliance. details
~ Brooklyn Working Waterfront Stakeholders Gather to Discuss the Future. “This is going to be an incredible collaboration,” said deputy Brooklyn borough president Diana Reyna, addressing a roomful of maritime industry stakeholders on February 18. Read the article
~ New York, New York, a helluva town to do shipping business. by Lambros Papaeconomou. "Why I believe New York will re-emerge as a prominent shipping capital". read the article
~ Lloyd’s List Launches Search for North America’s Best and Brightest. AFTER two successful years in Houston, the Lloyd’s List North American Awards 2016 is moving to New York, where the best and brightest of North American shipping will be honored with the industry’s most prestigious accolades. Read more on our Industry News page.
~ Waterfront Alliance Blog: Read about about the value of our working waterfront, here is the link.
~ New York- The First Arbitration Center by Clay Maitland. "The early, Dutch, adopters of arbitration had a vision for a system that was timely, definitive, smooth, transparent and efficient. That vision is alive and well today in New York." Read the entire article on our Industry News page.