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The Marine Transport Association (MTA) was formed in 1970 to represent the owners of restricted limits shipping. Large and small operators make up the membership and are active in passenger transport, charters, aquaculture, bare boat charter, work boat and barging.

As an Incorporated Society, the MTA represents many fleet operators throughout the country along with owners of charter, ferry, rescue, aquaculture and work boats.

Funding for the Association comes principally from subscriptions and membership is categorised into MTA Current Member, Associate or Affilliate Member and Maritime Professionals.

OUR SERVICES

The Association has served its members for more than 30 years and provides a variety of benefits to members, including:

  • Buying privileges from a variety of trade suppliers
  • Advocacy for operators and a lobby role between operators and regulators
  • Full members receive a free subscription to Professional Skipper magazine
  • Participate in regular newsletters
  • Co-operative trade relationships
  • Technical expertise

OUR NEWS

ATTENTION!
Marine Transport Association | Membership Deal
CONFERENCE 2-4 SEP 2015
Hilton Hotel, Auckland
Registration Form [PDF]
Agenda [PDF]
NEWS ARTICLES 2015
Jul/Aug - MNZ's latest road kill: Surveyors
Feature - Adapt and Thrive: ATMOSS
CURRENT DOCUMENTS
Marine Transport Association | Membership
Submissions
Made by the MTA to Government and other authorities related to the industry and MTA members.