Welcome to Red MAMLa
The Latin America Women's Maritime Association - Red MAMLa is one of the 8 Women's Maritime Associations (WIMA) created within the Gender Program of the International Maritime Organization (IMO).
Our work is focused on providing opportunities for the integral development of maritime women in the Latin American region.
Latin America, surrounded by 3 oceans and 14 seas, is a region with the most diverse marine ecosystems, due to the wide extension of its coasts and the different climates and temperatures, from the tropical heat to the gelid southern waters.
MARITIME SINGLE WINDOW, MORE THAN A COMMITMENT TO 2024
January 1, 2024 will be a very important date for trade facilitation, since the amendments to the Convention on Facilitation of International Maritime Traffic 1965, as amended, known internationally as Convention FAL-65, will come into force, which makes the Maritime Single Windows mandatory in all ports worldwide.
ELECTROFUELS: DECARBONIZATION OF MARITIME TRANSPORT
Nowadays most of the ships in the world are propelled by diesel engines powered by liquid fuel, the so-called "marine diesel oil"....
SOLAS 1974: INTERNATIONAL CONVENTION FOR THE SAFETY OF LIFE AT SEA
Among all the international conventions relating to maritime safety, the most important is undoubtedly the 1974 International Convention for the Safety of Life at Sea (SOLAS)....
PORT SECTOR IN COLOMBIA
Maritime transportation is a fundamental tool for globalization, foreign trade and the supply chain of countries....
LATEST NEWS ABOUT RED MAMLa
The President of Red MAMLa, Elvia Bustavino, signs a mutual collaboration agreement with Mercedes Pardo CEO of the Spanish Maritime Institute - IME to cooperate on technical issues, training, blue ...
Red MAMLa, the International Maritime University of Panama (UMIP), MTCC Latin America and Empresa Multimodal S.A.S....