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Members of the Standard Club are supported by over 200 staff located in offices in the major shipping centres.

To find details you may search by name, office, department, role or expertise.


The Standard Club is supported by a global network of 650 correspondents located in over 130 countries.

To find details of the one you require you may search by country, city, or company name.


This is the ship search facility for the Standard Club.

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