WHAT IS THE MARITIME ASSOCIATION?
The Maritime Association of South Carolina (MASC) is a member-based trade association that connects the Maritime Association industry and entities who support maritime commerce. MASC serves as a platform for information dissemination, collaboration, and partnership within its membership. MASC advocates for issues impacting the industry and serves to advance, promote, and protect the interests of the maritime community across South Carolina.
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NEWS & NOTES
Your resource for waterfront community news, notices, government alerts, partner announcements, training offerings and more.
ELECTRONIC CERTIFICATES OF ORIGIN
The Maritime Association of South Carolina offers you a fast and easy way to eliminate the time-consuming manual process of paper certificates of origin with our online service.CERTIFICATES OF ORIGIN
Find the latest updates regarding inbound and outbound vessel movement.
These resources and links include everything you need for planning and preparedness so you can be ready in case of a hurricane or other disaster.
MASC PREMIER MEMBERS AND PARTNERS
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MONTHLY MEMBERSHIP MEETINGS
Maritime Association Nav/Ops meetings are monthly membership meetings featuring a guest speaker followed by operational updates from our local State and Federal Agencies and port partners. Meetings are held the 4th Thursday monthly with the exception of June and December.
Location: 4500 Leeds Avenue, Suite 242 | North Charleston, SC 29405
Networking: 8:00 AM | Meeting: 8:15 - 9:00 AM
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Within the Collective, the Propeller Club of Charleston, The Charleston Motor Carriers Association, the Customs Brokers and Freight Forwarders Association, Charleston Women in International Trade, and the Maritime Association all come together.
Our mission is to support each other as links connecting the broader SC supply chain, logistics, maritime commerce and port-related industries comprehensively. We seek to heighten the visibility of our industries and expand the influence of our collective associations.