UK Chamber of Shipping Annual Gathering 2022

Vortexa London, UK
Vortexa Monday 7th February 2022

Vortexa are excited to be Bronze Sponsors of the UK Chamber of Shipping Annual Gathering for 2022.

The Annual Dinner 2022, will be held on 7 February 2022 at JW Marriott Grosvenor House. Attended by over 800 influential guests, the UK Chamber of Shipping’s premier black-tie event offers you the opportunity to network with industry colleagues and celebrate recent shipping achievements.   

To reserve your Annual Dinner table, click the Save my seat button.

Please note: it is mandatory for events of over 500 guests at the JW Marriot that all guests provide proof of their COVID status as a condition of entry. Valid COVID-19 status means any of the following apply:

  • have proof of being vaccinated with 2 does of an approved vaccine
  • evidence that a PCR or rapid lateral flow test has been taken within the previous 48 hours and the result is negative
  • proof of an approved medical exemption or clinical trial participation
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Venue Details

86-90 Park Ln, London
W1K 7TN

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