Tokyo Maritime Arbitration Commission of the Japan Shipping Exchange, Inc.

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==General Information==
==General Information==
* Official name: Tokyo Maritime Arbitration Commission of the Japan Shipping Exchange, Inc.
* Official name: Tokyo Maritime Arbitration Commission of the Japan Shipping Exchange, Inc.

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[edit] General Information

  • Official name: Tokyo Maritime Arbitration Commission of the Japan Shipping Exchange, Inc.
  • Country: Japan
  • City: Tokyo
  • Type of organization: non-governmental/non-profit organization
  • Date of creation: 1921
  • Interests: Arbitration
  • Fields of expertise: maritime disputes

[edit] Description

Japan Shipping Exchange (JSE) is involved in every aspect of maritime business. Tokyo Maritime Arbitration Commission (TOMAC) of JSE is thus uniquely capable of dealing with arbitrations involving problems arising in the field. TOMAC resolves disputes arising under bills of lading, charterparties, contracts relating to the sale and purchase of ships, shipbuilding, ship financing, manning and so forth.

Since 1921 JSE - The Japan Shipping Exchange, Inc. - has been serving the shipping industry in such ways as administrating maritime arbitration, drafting and promulgating maritime contract forms, publishing in-depth analysis on shipping and logistics in the form of monthly magazine "KAIUN", and providing electronic shipping data bases.

More than 370 companies (and organizations) join and support us in day-to-day activities in an effort to promote both domestic and international maritime transactions.

Needless to say, up-to-date and accurate information is indispensable to successfully run a business enterprise. This is particularly so in world-wide shipping circles. With more than 370 members JSE has served all aspects of the maritime industry.

JSE is a non-governmental/non-profit organization aiming to facilitate world maritime related business transactions and assist maritime organizations which carry out these transactions. The following JSE activities help fulfill these goals.

[edit] Activities of JSE

[edit] Consultation and Advice

JSE responds to inquiries, consults and advises its members on the interpretation of shipping contract clauses, maritime economy, and Japanese shipping policies and so on. JSE can help you find a way out of your dispute. The first step is consultation.

[edit] Arbitration and Conciliation

JSE is involved in every aspect of maritime business. TOMAC is thus uniquely capable of dealing with arbitrations involving problems arising in the field. TOMAC resolves disputes arising under bills of lading,charterparties, contracts relating to the sale and purchase of ships, shipbuilding, ship financing, manning and so forth.

[edit] Books and Periodicals

JSE publishes the following: the monthly magazine "KAIUN”; the quarterly "Maritime Law Review"; "WaveLength" (the Bulletin of the Japan Shipping Exchange, Inc.).

The annual "Register of Shipping" which contains the names and particulars of all merchant ships registered in Japan; and the annual "Maritime Business Directory". JSE also publishes "Distance Tables for World Shipping" and notes and books on maritime contracts/economy.

[edit] Promulgating Maritime Contract Forms

The Documentary Committee of JSE has been working to draft and promulgate standard contract forms such as Nanyozai Charter Party, Iron Ore Charter Party, Memorandum of Agreement (for sale of a ship), Towage Contract.

[edit] Various Seminars

Seminars on maritime law, economy and policy are held occasionally.

[edit] Contact

Wajun Bldg. 3F, Koishikawa 2-22-2, Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo 112-0002 Japan

Tel.: +81 3 5802 8361

Fax: +81 3 5802 8371

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