The Freeport of Riga Authority is delighted to host the 2nd Baltic Ports and Shipping 2018 Exhibition and Conference from Tuesday 25 to Thursday 27 September 2018 at the Radisson Blu Hotel Latvia, Riga, Latvia. This two-day conference will feature 35 world class conference speakers addressing issues, challenges, solutions and innovations in port operations, shipping, supply chain and logistic strategies which will be attended by a gathering of more than 300 senior government officials, industry principals, academics, senior level executives such as CEOs, General Managers, harbour masters and terminal operators together with the region's leading maritime consultants, shippers, cargo owners, importers, exporters, shipping lines, freight forwarders, logistic companies, technology providers and service suppliers from countries throughout the Baltic region.
ASBA will return to the Eden Roc in Miami Beach, Florida for our 16th Annual Cargo Conference. We have again booked rooms in the newly renovated Ocean Tower. Our meet & greet opening reception hosted on Sept. 26th and our Sept. 27th dinner cruise up the Intercoastal on the luxurious Biscayne Lady yacht are designed to give our delegates the opportunity to get to know each other in casual surroundings. We have gathered an excellent group of speakers who will address the question, “What’s on the Horizon?” They will share their views on market trends in both the tanker and dry cargo trades. Delegates will enjoy presentations on strategic cargoes that include Coal, Soyabean Meal, Scrap and Construction materials. This year’s Tanker discussion panel will highlight the IMO 2020 Sulfur Emissions issue. This panel is comprised of key industry principals. The Ship Master Dilemma discussion panel will explore the challenges and pressures faced by the Master. The Friday morning panel,providing the latest on Ship Finance, P&I, Panama Canal Booking System and Industry Market Trends, should prove timely and informative.
The TradeWinds Shipowners Forum USA will explore the hottest topics in Jones Act and US-flag Shipping. Regulatory questions: Experts will discuss the regulatory landscape for Jones Act and US-flag shipping. Are there changes to the Jones Act regime expected under the Trump Administration or current Congress? Is there sufficient support for the US-flag fleet trading internationally? Would Democratic gains in November’s elections provide any challenges to the US-flag and Jones Act shipping? Jones Act markets: Shipowners and shipyards discuss recent developments in Jones Act market and their outlook for the future. Is the tanker turnaround ahead? Will containerships face oversupply? US-flag markets: Shipowners and operators will explore the outlook for US-flag ships trading in international markets. Is Washington guaranteeing enough work for car carriers, multipurpose ships and containerships trading in these markets? Will the years of decline continue, or is there opportunity for a rebound? Offshore vessels: Amid a painful downturn and a number of restructurings, is the US offshore vessel sector positioned for a recovery? And will that recovery come any time soon? Our expert panelists will explore the competitive landscape for the industry and and discuss the potential for a rebound. The Forum agenda is current being developed. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to request further information as it becomes available and to Register Your Interest in attending.
Introduction & Objective of The Summit: Third party ship management business is estimated to be over 5 billion US Dollars worldwide. Can India be the hub of ship management business? Why technical management and manning of the foreign vessels is a distant dream for Indian entrepreneurs based in India? One of the goals of Ministry of Shipping is, increasing the share of Indian Seafarers in the global shipping industry. The road ahead? What kind of specialization and training is needed for the trade? Do we have a roadmap to achieve these goals? An Overview of the Offshore Business in India OSV Market opportunities and trends Latest updates on oil and gas market and opportunities for offshore vessels sector Outlook on the forecast growth of subsea sector New market segments for OSV companies and lift boats, subsea and accommodation barges
Are you facing the future with trepidation or excitement? Are you looking for ways to minimize your costs and maximize your compliance? Does the word “disruption” fill you with either dismay or energy? Is innovation part of your corporate ethos? Do you want to protect and grow your corporate enterprise? If any of these questions ring true, plan to attend the 2018 SHIPPINGInsight Conference and Exhibition. Who will be there? • Shipowners/operators • Charterers • Shipmanagement companies • Manufacturers/service providers • Buyers and sellers • Marine finance community • Classification societies • Non-maritime optimization and innovation experts
The 15th Trans Middle East 2018 Exhibition and Conference will take place for the first time in the dynamic emerging economy of Jordan at the luxurious 5-star Intercontinental Aqaba Resort from Tuesday 23 to Thursday 25 October 2018 hosted by Aqaba Container Terminal. A two days Conference Programme will feature 30 world-class conference speakers addressing topical issues and challenges on global transportation and logistics attended by a gathering of 400 senior government officials, Industry principals, academics; senior executive harbour masters, harbour engineers, port engineers, maintenance supervisors and procurement decision makers together with the region’s leading shippers, cargo owners, importers / exporters, shipping lines, freight forwarders, logistics companies, ports, terminal operating companies, railway operators, port equipment and services suppliers from countries throughout The Middle East.
Seen as one of the most important maritime events to attend; Seatrade Maritime Middle East allows maritime professionals to gather in Dubai to network, do business, strengthen and nurture new relationships, whilst hearing about industry topics within relevant and comprehensive conference sessions.
A two days Conference Programme will feature 30 world-class conference speakers addressing topical issues and challenges on global transportation and logistics attended by a gathering of 400 senior government officials, industry principals, academics, senior executive harbour masters, harbour engineers, port engineers, maintenance supervisors and procurement decision makers together with the region’s leading shippers, cargo owners, importers / exporters, shipping lines, freight forwarders, logistics companies, ports, terminal operating companies, railway operators, port equipment and services suppliers from countries throughout Africa.
This year’s Conference will be broken out across two days and presented alongside the International WorkBoat Show. The WorkBoat Annual Conference will focus on five sectors: “Maintenance & Repair”, “Tugs & Coastal Towing” “Shipyards”, “Inland Waterways & Passenger Vessel” and “Offshore”. Each program is custom designed to provide high level education and networking opportunities in a comprehensive format. The cornerstone of the program will be intensive half-day sessions that will allow the participants to dive deeper into the challenges and opportunities facing commercial mariners today. Led by industry experts, the program will encourage critical thinking as attendees work through issues, ask questions, and receive actionable information that they can immediately put to work. *Once again this year, Maintenance & Repair Day will take place on the first day of the show and will include a full day program geared toward maintenance and repair professionals.
The biennial maritime exhibition and conference in Guangzhou, INMEX China, is back for its 8th edition. The Largest & Definitive International Maritime Expo along the South China Region will feature an extensive range of cutting-edge marine technologies and equipment presented by both local and international exhibitors and is the ideal networking platform for the maritime community in Asia