Client wins

CPL adds to fleet of maritime clients with new contract win

CPL has won a competitive tender to design and lay out the Telegraph, the award-winning monthly magazine published by the maritime union Nautilus International.  

Nautilus International is an independent global trade union and professional organisation, delivering a range of services to its 22,000 members and welfare support to seafarers, their dependants and other maritime professionals.

The Telegraph – which changed from newspaper to magazine format at the start of 2018 – includes news, features, insights and opinions from across the international maritime industry.

The contract win adds to CPL’s expertise in this sector. Over the past 16 years, the agency has developed a wealth of knowledge about the communication needs of organisations in the global shipping and maritime industries. Other current clients in the sector include the Merchant Navy Training Board, UK Chamber of Shipping and the Baltic and International Maritime Council (BIMCO).

Andrew Linington, Nautilus director of campaigns and communications, said: “It was a combination of CPL’s approach, experience and knowledge that influenced our decision to select the company to help us to continue the strategic development of our important membership communications.”

Richard Walters, CPL’s director – commercial, said: ‘We are delighted to be working with Nautilus. Our experience in membership publishing, combined with our sector knowledge, will help to build on the magazine’s success.’

 

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