From: 27 Nov, 2018 until: 29 Nov, 2018
Digitalize Your Fleet. Maintain Your Bottom Line. Gain fresh insights into business strategies, trends, technologies, processes & projects transforming ships through digitalization.
Global Liner Shipping will provide you with an in-depth analysis of the DNA of (digital) Shipping, business and strategies, mergers & acquisitions, market consolidation and industry collaboration. Co-located with Shipping2030 where 250+ leaders and innovator will discuss new trends in digitalization.
The eastern hemisphere’s premier industry gathering will provide a single platform for 100+ salvage, insurance and legal professionals to connect and discuss the current state of the salvage industry in Asia, major challenges facing salvors and the insurance market, and identify new opportunities for growth. The 2018 programme will be packed with practical case studies, cutting-edge market insights and expert technical know-how – not to mention plentiful opportunities to share your own perspective.
Baltic Ports and Shipping is the biggest annual Maritime Ports, Shipping and Transport Logistics Exhibition and Conference for the Baltic region.
The objective of the Port & Terminal Concessions course – taking place in Rotterdam on 25 - 26 September 2018 - is to enable participants to implement a successful long-term port Public Private Partnership by providing guidelines for an optimal tender process and sharing in depth knowledge on valuable, bankable and enforceable port concession agreements.
Digital Ship's Annual Maritime CIO Forum Rotterdam is a one day event with many networking opportunities. Through 3 clearly defined plenary sessions, an Innovations & Ideas Lunch, and interactive question and answer panel sessions, we will bring together representatives to discuss the future of digitalisation in the industry.
The World’s Largest and most influential Bunkering Event
All Seminar Participants will receive an official Certificate of Completion! Accredited ASA appraiser members will receive Eight Hours of Continuing Education!
12 September 2018
Portugal’s vibrant maritime sector is heading full steam ahead for the first-ever Portugal Shipping Week which will be an important port call on the country’s voyage to becoming a leader in the international shipping industry
19 June 2018
The Freight Transport Association's Transport Manager conference series, sponsored by Bridgestone Tyres, returns once again this September to 10 venues across the country.
27 April 2018
The Wales Transport Awards will take place on Friday 5th October at Cardiff’s Mercure Holland House Hotel and will celebrate the sector’s important contribution to the Welsh economy.
16 April 2018
Steve McCarthy will be joining FreightWaves as Executive Vice President of Events and Training following a long career with S&P Global Platts.
11 April 2018
Thought leaders from across the supply chain will share their insight on a changing logistics landscape at the free-to-attend show next month.
03 April 2018
Global trade relationships and fuel availability key issues as biggest marine fuels event comes to Panama.
03 April 2018
Shipping is waking up to a new age where digitalisation is re-shaping the world and creating increased opportunity for development and innovation.
30 January 2018
Shipping Innovation and the Portuguese Ministry of the Sea are joining forces to launch the inaugural Portugal Shipping Week in September this year.
07 August 2017
Digital Ship will use its Maritime CIO Forum in Singapore to address the issues and trends that technology leaders are facing in this increasingly changing and continuously developing business environment.
13 July 2017
Hamburg is set to host the next Digital Ship Maritime Cyber Resilience Forum on 10 October.
The three-day BunkerExperience Course presents an unbeatable combination of intensive classroom teaching and real-life bunkering experience.
This seminar will be a timely opportunity to discuss key issues for the development of low emission transport in the UK. Delegates will discuss the potential impact of the planned Automated and Electric Vehicles Bill - which seeks to improve the availability of electric charge points and insurance for driverless cars - as well as looking at commitments set out in the Clean Growth Strategy to further develop transport infrastructure and take advantage of emerging technologies. Planned sessions discuss the challenges for promoting innovation in hybrid and battery technology, the opportunities for vehicle-to-grid technologies following the announcement of £30 million funding for the schemes, priorities for attracting investment in new types of electric vehicles, and the further action that might be taken to lower emission levels in line with the targets laid out in the Paris Agreement. Attendees will also consider the way ahead for developing the electric vehicles market and infrastructure, in light of the BEIS Select Committee inquiry, and the prospects for the increased electrification of private and public transport.
Higher fuel prices, tighter regulation, and a commitment to a greener future are changing the way the shipping industry does business. Greater insight into vessel performance is available through high-tech monitoring systems and digital twins, but it is vital to understand why a parameter is being monitored and what the data shows in order to adjust a vessel’s operation to make it more efficient and attractive to charterers. The 2020 sulphur-in-fuel oil cap brings new challenges. Largely, the availability of fuel and the consequences to shipowners and operators if obtaining compliant fuel is not possible. With more fuel blends available to meet the 0.5 per cent limit, no two ports will supply the exact same composition of fuel. Even a slight change in quality between fuels can lead to substantial issues with engine performance and breakdown, as the recent problem in the US Gulf illustrates. The industry needs clarity on which fuels will be available and where they will be to make decisions now for 2020. Ships may choose to retrofit scrubbers or covert to LNG to avoid the problem of low sulphur fuel availability. They require larger CAPEX investments, but OPEX may be lower as low sulphur fuel costs are expected to rise. Shipowners and operators must weigh up the options and understand which investments make financial sense and what financial assistance they may be able to obtain. VPO Singapore 2018 will consist of three key sessions to identify and discuss the approaches to better ship performance through monitoring, fuel management, and financing technologies for change.
Digitalisation is re-shaping the business world and is increasingly important for gaining competitive edge. Emerging technologies, together with the evolution and development of new platforms, are providing unparalleled opportunities within shipping and the related transport and supply chain infrastructure. If Industry 4.0 is to be truly realised, then shipping must embrace a new approach to the traditional supply chain. Moving a container from A to B involves, on average, 30 different actors and 200+ interactions - delivery of goods has never been more transparent, nor more complex. So, what can digitalisation do to streamline and integrate shipping with the connected supply chain ecosystem? Across three key sessions we will discuss how we can identify the real digital opportunity in front of us and re-define digitalisation in maritime and transport.
This intensive 2-day practical course, hosted by Lloyd's Maritime Academy, is designed for practitioners who wish to raise their practice to a higher level by exploring the complexities of laytime & demurrage and gain deeper understanding of complex claims management.
THIS EVENT IS CPD CERTIFIED
This seminar will focus on the proposed expansion of UK airport capacity in the South-East, and the implications for policy priorities. The seminar is timed to provide an opportunity to consider the Government’s proposals in the revised draft Airports National Policy Statement (NPS) to develop a third runway at Heathrow, ahead of the House of Commons vote - expected in the first half of 2018. Delegates will discuss options for further airport expansion in the region, and the key issues for planning, air quality and community engagement. They will also consider how the UK can develop its aviation industry in line with both - the targets set out in the Clean Growth Strategy and the economic demands for increased airport capacity. Further sessions will look at the steps that can be taken to ensure that local transport systems and other aspects of connectivity and infrastructure are well placed to meet the additional passenger demand. The conference takes place as the Transport Select Committee reports on the NPS, calling for additional policy measures to ensure the protection of passenger interests, and to address the environmental, social and health impacts on affected communities. We also expect discussion on the Government’s new aviation strategy, with another consultation planned later this year on its main aims - relating to safety, competition and customer service, balancing growth with environmental concerns, and the UK’s international positioning.
An exclusive 3-day webinar series
Trans Middle East continues to be the market leading annual Maritime Ports, Shipping and Transport Logistics Exhibition and Conference for the The Middle East - now in its 15th successful year!
One Event, Two Co-located Conferences, Endless Opportunities.
In association with SEPTA, SmartTransit is the go-to event for senior transit industry figures from across North America. Transportation technology is evolving faster than ever; digitalization, modernization and innovation are essential for transit to fight car culture and continue to be a viable mode of transportation.
Following the success of the previous Summits in Aruba, the Cayman Islands and Bermuda, the 8th Annual Offshore Aircraft Registration summit in Jersey will explore a variety of issues such as reasons for registering an aircraft offshore, legal issues, the process of registering an aircraft and requirements, protection of third party interests, aircraft surveys, inspection of maintenance facilities, air safety regulatory issues, air navigation services regulatory issues, commercial affairs regulatory issues, the impact of aircraft valuations, defaults and repossessions, negotiating lease contracts, the Cape Town Convention, the pre-purchase inspection process, aircraft insurance, legal aspects of aircraft registration, mitigating risk, customs issues.
Rotterdam is Europe’s biggest and most important bunkering centre: ARACON is its biggest and most important bunker event.
In association with SNCF & RATP, The SmartMetro congress provides a meeting place for senior metro, tram, and light rail technology experts from all global regions. As cities face major urbanisation and congestion challenges, digitalisation, automation, and shared mobility are rapidly changing the urban mobility landscape.
The Fleet Services Management Summit is a unique event for senior fleet procurement professionals, and the suppliers who service them.