The Higher Institute of Maritime Economics (known by its French acronym ISEMAR) was set up in 1997 by regional and port sector stakeholders in Nantes Saint-Nazaire. Its role is to analyse developments in the maritime and port sectors in France and around the world, with its work being available to the public particularly through its publications. ISEMAR’s Summary Reports are today a benchmark, providing respected analysis of major issues in the maritime sector covering markets, stakeholders and geographical regions.

The Higher Institute of Maritime Economics (known by its French acronym ISEMAR) was set up in 1997 by regional and port sector stakeholders in Nantes Saint-Nazaire. Its role is to analyse developments in the maritime and port sectors in France and around the world, with its work being available to the public particularly through its publications. ISEMAR’s Summary Reports are today a benchmark, providing respected analysis of major issues in the maritime sector covering markets, stakeholders and geographical regions.