The 2021 general assembly of the UMF took place in two stages, due to health constraints.
The statutory part took place on June 9th, in the office of the UMF. The moral balance sheet and the financial balance sheet were unanimously adopted. The board of directors has been renewed.
Alain Mistre, previously president of the CMAF, was elected president of the UMF, and succeeded Jean-Claude Sarramejeanne.
The friendly meeting of the administrators and the new president of the UMF with the members and the personalities of the maritime, economic and institutional circles, took place on Tuesday, September 7th at Fortin de Corbières in Marseille.
Alain Mistre thanked the directors for their confidence, paid tribute to his predecessor, and presented the three main axes of his mandate: business, ecological transition, and training / employment. He was also able to respond to requests from the press.
Jean-Claude Sarremejeanne, recently elected president of the UMPF, then took the floor to wish Alain Mistre good luck and say his wish to amplify the work of cohesion and action at the head of this national federation.
The cocktail lunch was also an opportunity for Marie-Hélène Pasquier to bid farewell to the port of Marseille-Fos, after a busy career in the service of the STM in 1989 and then of all the associations UMF, STM, AACN and CMAF from 1996.
Surrounded by former UMF presidents, Marc Reverchon, Hervé Balladur and Jean-Philippe Salducci, and in the presence of her relatives, Marie-Hélène Pasquier retraced the highlights of her career, and received unanimous tribute from the maritime world.