From: 04 Feb, 2015 until: 04 Feb, 2015
The Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport Level 3 Certificate in Logistics and Transport is ideally suited to those who are relatively new to the industry, those who wish to build on their existing knowledge or those who may be changing roles and need a grounding in a new discipline. A wide range of subjects are available, making this course suitable for all industry sectors.
Over 700 transport operators, government authorities and ticketing technology representatives will meet in London on 27-29 January to discuss the way forward for smart travel on a global scale. The event will bring together an audience representing over 50 countries and provide a platform for transport executives to share experiences and impart knowledge to help others devise sustainable strategies for their region’s infrastructure.
The Oxford Bunker Course Advanced is a three-day intensive training programme integrating every aspect of bunkering (operations, technical, commercial, environmental and legal) and includes a combination of lectures, exercises and tests. It is intended for those with at least two years' experience of bunkering. Spaces will be allocated on a first come, first served basis, subject to prior payment and (if required) visa clearance.
The Impact of New Technologies on Vessel Performance
Attendance at the Design & Operation of Wind Farm Vessels conference qualifies as Continuing Professional Development. Delegates to the conference will receive a CPD Certificate
This one-day seminar/training course, An Introduction to LNG Bunkering, is designed to bring delegates up to speed with the technical, operational, practical and safety-related aspects of using LNG as a source of fuel for ships. It will also cover the commercial issues, including pricing scenarios. The course will provide delegates a solid base from which to heighten their understanding of this exciting and rapidly-developing sector of the bunker industry.
Marine Money Offshore Singapore Offshore Finance Forum.
Following the success of the event in 2014, the 2nd Annual Symposium will explore the latest developments in commercial aircraft financing and leasing in Asia.
Guests of Honour: John Holland-Kaye, Chief Executive Officer, Heathrow Airport and Stewart Wingate, Chief Executive Officer, Gatwick Airport. This seminar will examine the future of the UK's airport capacity requirements as the Airports Commission prepares to publish its final report in 2015.
A global meeting of minds combined with the highest quality market intelligence.
26 January 2015
Easyfairs is moving its successful London packaging event to London’s most iconic venue – Olympia.
26 January 2015
The deadline for entries for the 2015 MT Awards is 20 March, and the finalists will be revealed on 11 May with the winners announced at the Grosvenor House Hotel, Park Lane, on Wednesday 1 July.
23 January 2015
The debut Tank Storage Middle East event will see many of the 85+ leading international exhibitors launch new products and innovations into the market.
22 January 2015
Speaking at the European Railway Award ceremony in Brussels last night (21 January), Violeta Bulc, European Transport Commissioner, said: "We need to push rail into the digital age through acceleration of on-going initiatives and launching new projects".
22 January 2015
Last year’s StocExpo broke all records, attracting over 2,940 visitors, making it the most successful show in its history.
21 January 2015
His Excellency Eng. Suhail Mohamed Faraj Al Mazrouei to Open Tank Storage Middle East
21 January 2015
Intermodal Asia is set to return to Shanghai from 24-26 March 2015.
20 January 2015
Registration deadline is this Friday, 23 January 2015 for next week's Marine Money London Forum - 28 Jan. 2015.
19 January 2015
Multimodal's new and redesigned website is now live.
19 January 2015
The Port of Gibraltar will be showcasing its bunkering and marine services at the International Bunker Industry Association (IBIA) Regional Forum on 24-27 February.
Flightglobal and Global Flight are proud to announce the 7th annual Loyalty conference, which this year will focus onthe strategies airlines can use to extract maximum value from their existing loyalty database and how they can re-engage via a more customer-centric approach.
The Annual Offshore Support Journal Conference (OSJC) & Awards 2015 in London is the only must-attend conference that brings together the entire OSV industry together from across Europe and the key established and emerging markets from around the globe. Don’t miss this unprecedented opportunity for senior commercial, technical and operational executives to meet and discuss the most pressing challenges and get an update on the market trends, industry best practice and the latest technology innovations. The conference brings together all stakeholders in the offshore support industry – oil majors, shipowners, vessel operators and managers, shipbuilders, financiers, designers, charterers, suppliers, OEMs, Class and industry associations.
Commercial, operational and regulatory solutions for 2015 and beyond
This event is free to attend. The ACCSEAS Conference offers an exciting opportunity to attend the concluding event of this e-Navigation test-bed project. From the 17 -19 February, the ACCSEAS project will present its conclusions and outputs but more importantly it will demonstrate the potential solutions designed to help improve safety and accessibility in the North Sea Region, and enable further efficiencies.
As part of ICHCA’s “Pack It In!” campaign for safe packing of CTUs, ICHCA's 2nd CTU Packing Roadshow offers practical education and advice on the contents of the new Code of Practice for the Packing of CTUs, it's impact, and how its new guidelines can be adopted into supply chain operations.
Drive forward trains of thought
EVA is delighted to announce that the Future of Business Aviation Conference and the associated event FBO and Executive Handling Expo 2015 will again take place at the Heathrow Hilton, Terminal 5, from Thursday 19th to Friday 20th February. The 2015 event will build on the success of the inaugural 2014 conference, providing a unique forum for leading figures and organisations in the industry to share their views on the challenges, forces and factors driving change and opportunity in business aviation. The 2014 event proved to be a wonderful opportunity for delegates and presenters alike to network and forge lasting relationships in the context of the industry’s liveliest future-facing debate.
The 4th Integer Emissions Summit Russia & CIS will analyse the challenges for Russia’s heavy-duty commercial vehicles and non-road mobile machinery markets and the opportunities for the AdBlue sector in this growing market.
The Transport Systems Catapult and Passenger Focus are supporting the Department for Transport to ensure that exceptional customer experience is at the heart of the new East Anglia Rail Franchise. As part of the consultation, we are running a series of workshops in the region. We want customers, the community, businesses and key local policy makers to share innovative and inspiring ideas which will influence investment in railways in East Anglia in years to come.
An international biennial event showcaseing Africa's air cargo potential on a global scale.
A 3-day seminar on passenger risk assessment and questioning techniques.
Unleashing the full potential of your warehouse operations by boosting productivity and reducing costs through the implementation of highly effective tools and practices
Please save the date of Thursday, February 26, 2015, to attend Marine Money's 14th Annual German Ship Finance Forum in Hamburg and plan to join more than 500 attendees for a ship finance experience that will include the conference and numerous social events over the course of the last week of February.
Organized by the JOC Group.
European Shipping Week will take place over the course of the week of 2-6 of March 2015 and will feature a variety of events. European Shipping Week is intended to be a platform where policy-makers from the main EU institutions will meet and engage with European shipowners and other stakeholders from the shipping sector. The focus will be on shipping, in all its different aspects. European Shipping Week is the brainchild of the European Community Shipowners' Associations (ECSA) and is run by a Steering Group made up of Europe's main shipping organisations as well as the European Commission and Shipping Innovation. The shipping organisations involved on the Steering Group include: ECSA; Cruise Lines International Association (CLIA) Europe; European Community Association of Ship Brokers and Agents (ECASBA); Interferry; the European Dredging Association; the World Shipping Council, as well as the European Tugowners' Association.