Membership in CSA




In tracing its lineage to the founding of the first American shipowners’ association in 1917, CSA is proud to live up to the intent of the original founders, i.e. to respond reactively to proposals, both legislative and regulatory, by the federal government and to proactively manage self-initiated issues developed by the members. The simple reason for an owner or operator to be a member of the association is to ensure they have all the information necessary in order to understand the activities of government and the impact on their operations. That impact has grown over the years from activities of the federal government to include a major role for the international community through the International Maritime Organization and, of late, activities by individual states. Knowledge in the maritime business is an operational necessity and CSA membership can serve as a key aspect of how a company ensures they have all the information necessary to run their business and have the opportunity to engage in unified positions on issues of critical importance.

If you are interested in becoming a member of CSA please contact Kathy J. Metcalf, President & CEO on our contact page.


CSA's Members


ABS Americas
AET
Alaska Tanker Company, LLC;
Bouchard Transportation Co., Inc.
BP Shipping USA
Bureau Veritas Marine
Chevron Shipping Co., LLC
ConocoPhillips
Crowley Maritime Corporation
Det Norske Veritas (DNV)
ENGIE Gas & LNG LLC
Foss Maritime Company
General Dynamics - American Overseas Marine
IRI
Keystone Shipping Co.
Kirby Offshore Marine
Matson
MCA Associates, Inc.
Moran Shipping Agencies, Inc.
North American Marine Environment Protection Association (NAMEPA)
OSG Ship Management, Inc.
Phillips 66
Reinauer Transportation Companies
Seabulk Tankers, Inc.
SeaRiver Maritime, Inc.
SGS Global Marine Services
Shell Trading (US) Company
Stolt Tankers BV
Total Marine Solutions Inc.
TOTE Services, Inc
U.S. Shipping Corp
United States Maritime Resource Center