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To represent the interests of United States exporters and suppliers with respect to project cargo, export trade and transportation issues.


To promote, foster and maintain a competitive export environment, effecting change through participation and initiation of key initiatives.

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America’s leading engineering, construction and procurement companies, industrial manufacturers, forwarders, and consultants working together to make a better export environment for all.

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Source: International Maritime Organization

Worsening crew change crisis and Stranded Seafarers

The International Maritime Organization (IMO) has warned that the COVID-19 restrictions on travel and transit have severely impacted seafarers. In a press release dated September 24th, 2020, the IMO details recent news and events around this humanitarian issue (click here to read). They highlight the devastating reality of this situation in the following statement: “Some…

More than 140 students from UH Supply Chain & Logistics program attended, along with students from UH-Downtown, Texas Southern University, Texas A&M Galveston, Houston Community College, Lonestar College and area high schools.

ECMC partners with University of Houston for Projects Logistics Road Tour 2020

In early 2020, the UH College of Technology Supply Chain & Logistics Technology department partnered with ECMC to host an inaugural conference for faculty, staff and students to learn more about the Project Logistics industry directly from industry professionals. The objective of the road tour, according to ECMC-Education Committee Chair, Samuel Holmes, “is to promote…