Dubai: :Preparations for The Maritime Standard Awards 2021 are well underway, which this year will be held on November 22.
This is the 8th staging of the Awards and will again be held at Dubai World Trade Centre, which is certified with the prestigious Bureau Veritas SafeGuard Label, which attests to compliance with the highest hygiene standards. DWTC’s own ‘Venue Safe’ standards ensure strict adherence to all safety and hygiene measures for the safe return of organised events. Last year, almost 500 people attended despite the pandemic.
“We will build on that valuable experience gained with our partners to stage an even more successful Awards in 2021,” said Trevor Pereira, Managing Director of The Maritime Standard. Around 30 awards, covering different aspects of the maritime industry, as well as special awards for individual achievement will be presented. Sponsorship opportunities exist for each of these Awards, as well as the event overall.
High-profile companies that have agreed to sponsor this year’s awards, including Abu Dhabi Ports, ADNOC Logistics & Services, ASYAD Shipping & Drydock Services, Bahri, CSP Abu Dhabi Terminal, DP World, DNV, Islamic P&I Club, Lukoil Marine Lubricants, Safeen, Sharjah Port Authority, Tomini Shipping, Essar Ports, International Registries and Mariapps Marine Solutions.