Date: Wednesday 29 August 2012 - Thursday 30 August 2012

Location: Singapore

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ACI’s 7th Optimising Ship & Offshore Vessel Maintenance taking place in Singapore on 29 – 30 August will explore the challenges facing the Asian shipping community and how they can embrace Condition Based Maintenance (CBM) efficiently.

 

FORMULATING EFFICIENT, TAILOR-MADE MAINTENANCE STRATEGIES & EXPECTED RETURNS ON INVESTMENT

Effective maintenance strategies require ship operators to consider carefully a variety of options. What maintenance strategy is achievable factoring in time and resources? What potential exists in incorporating CBM (Condition Based Maintenance) into your strategy? This ACI forum provides a unique platform for you to gain unbiased and critical information on these issues, as well as debate the important roles that class and the OEM (Original Equipment Manufacturers) play. You will hear the pros and cons of the various maintenance strategies and how their capabilities can help you achieve a competitive advantage.

We are now very much looking forward to the forthcoming summit in Singapore.

*Register now for ACI’s 7th Optimising Ship Maintenance, and receive a significant discount*

WHY YOU CANNOT MISS THIS EVENT

 

  • Hearing from other shipowners on which system they have opted for their fleets
  • Understanding and meeting the wide range of regulatory requirements
  • Examining the value vs cost of CM systems
  • Learning how to acquire Class approval
  • Studying the methodologies in improving lifecycle performance of vessels

WHAT’S NEW FOR 2012?

* Understanding Costs in Ship Maintenance: Start Up, Ongoing, and Future Expectations

* How Can CBM Help the Ship Owner Already Suffering from Cost Pressures?  

* Detailed Analysis of the Role of the Classification Society in the Maintenance Process

* Understanding Effective Working Relationships Between Shipping Companies, Class and OEM’s 

* The Benefits in Effectively Reporting and Analysing Maintenance Activity

* Evaluating the Steps Forward to Implementing CBM into Your Maintenance Programme

* Managing Resources Effectively to Maximise Maintenance: Crew and Time

OPTIONAL MORNING WORKSHOP 28th AUGUST 2012 - 09.00 to 12.30

What Practical Steps Can be Taken to Develop ‘Maintenance Specialists’ Within Your Company?

WORKSHOP OVERVIEW:

08.30  Registration & Coffee

09.00  Workshop Commences 

  • An overview of maintenance and reliability strategy and best practices. This will cover maintenance and reliability processes, defect elimination strategy, risk management, reliability & maintainability, continuous improvement, etc.

 

  • Understanding four levels of change and learning in reference to the three integrated parts of manifestation, ie “to be, to do & to have”. The focus is on the blind spot “to be” which is the sources of the quality of intention and attention. This is to address the challenge of why adoption of best practices does not always reflect the improvement as desired in most cases.

 

  • Basis of above two sessions:  To then identify the critical technical and non-technical skills and knowledge to be an excellence “Maintenance Specialists.” This session also addresses the attainment of responsibility and leadership in technical excellence across the fleet and confidence in meeting the complex and emerging challenges.

WORKSHOP LEADER: Geok Hwee Lee - Marine Business Manager - Lloyd’s Register

REGISTRATION:

Please notify our team when registering if you would like to attend the workshop

OPTIONAL AFTERNOON CONFERENCE WORKSHOP 28th AUGUST 2012 - 13.30 TO 17.00

This exclusive workshop is only open to Shipowners, managers & operators.  Attendance is subject to Wartsila's approval.

Analysing the Implementation of Condition Monitoring Technology as a Business Proposal

 WORKSHOP OVERVIEW:

13.00    Registration & Coffee

13.30    Workshop Commences

The workshop will break down the appropriate investment, both in terms of finance and resources in order to truly understand the undertaking a shipping company may need to go through. This will include what necessary plans are required to manage a transition from established  planned maintenance strategies to partial implementations of condition monitoring. What technologies are proven to be effective? What machinery, or areas of the ship are most suited to this style of maintenance? What steps are necessary to convince the relevant authorities within a company that this strategy is appropriate, achievable and in the long term, time and cost saving.

WORKSHOP LEADER: Timo Lehtien - CBM And Energy Efficiency Manager, Services Solutions Management - Wartsila

REGISTRATION:

Please notify our team when registering if you would like to attend the workshop

AN INTERACTIVE 2 DAYS

ACI’s meetings offer the perfect opportunity to discover the latest updates and to discuss your own challenges and solutions with your peers through an interactive and informative 2 day programme. 

  • Hear from an outstanding line-up of the industry’s leading shipping companies
  • Network informally with a targeted group of senior-level executives and decision-makers from the industry
  • Participate in our unique roundtable sessions giving you the chance to discuss the latest issues with your colleagues and the speakers in an open, informal and intimate setting

 EARLY SPEAKERS INCLUDE

David Birwadkar- Vice President, Fleet Management- Great Eastern Shipping Co

Abdul Rasheed Kareem- Technical Manager- OSM Shipmanagement

Eric Von Livonius- Director- Maersk Tankers

Arvind Sharma- Group HR Marine Director- Bernhard Schulte Ship Management

Khaled Jamil- Managing Director- Qawareb Shipmanagement

Danilo Raffa- Managing Director- Ishima Shipmanagement

Ken Krooner- President- ESRG Tech

Timo Lehtinen- CBM And Energy Efficiency Manager- Wartsila

WHO WILL ATTEND?

Primary Target  

Condition maintenance managers

Superintendent / Maintenance Director/ manager

Chief Engineer 

Fleet Manager / Vessel Manager

Operational Director / manager

Technical Director / manager  

Secondary Target

Systems providers

Classification Societies

Non-governmental bodies

Insurance companies

SAMPLE LIST OF PREVIOUS ATTENDEES 

Maersk Tanker Singapore*ABB Marine Services*AET Shipmanagement(Singapore)*ALCONTROLLABORATORIES*ASP Ships*Bourbon Offshore Asia*BP Shipping*C.M.R France*Cacvibe* ClassNK*CMA CGM International Shipping Company*"Distribuidora Maritima Petrogas*Distribuidora Marítima Petrogás SLU*DNV Petroleum Services*DSD Shipping*Fairdeal Group Management*Fleet Ship Management Singapore*Fugro*GL Maritime Software*Goodearth*Greatship Global Offshore Services*Griffin Group International*HANJIN SHIP MANAGEMENT*Island View Shipping*Kittiwake* Korea Institute  of Machinery & Materials (KIMM)*KOTC*Lloyd's Register*Maerkisches Werk Singapore*Maritec*NSL OILCHEM SERVICES *NYK Line*Petroleum Geo-Services*RCCL - Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines*Rolls Royce Marine Services*Saga Shipholding (Norway)*SE Ship Management*Sibamar Ship Management*SKF Machine Support*SKF Reliability Systems*Specs Corporation*SPM Instrument (Asia) Pte Ltd*Survey Association*Tidewater*Titan Resources Management*V.Ships*Wartsila Corporation*ilhelmsen Ship Management Singapore

NEW! LATEST INDUSTRY NEWS, UPDATES AND FEATURES

The following relevant articles and industry features have been contributed by external authors, please click on the links to read each article

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FOR FURTHER INFORMATION OR TO REGISTER YOUR ATTENDANCE CONTACT

Silvia Di Spigno

Tel: +44 207 981 2500

Email: sdispigno@acieu.net

OPPORTUNITIES TO MEET YOUR TARGET AUDIENCE

Companies can gain direct access to our senior level audience and have an increased level of visibility through branding and networking at the conference.   For information on available sponsorship and commercial opportunities, please contact:

Jean-Jacques Hermans

Tel: +44 207 981 2506 

Email: jhermans@acieu.net

FOR SPEAKER OPPORTUNITIES PLEASE CONTACT

Graham Proud

Tel: +44 207 981 2501

Email: gproud@acieu.net

 

Conference Sponsors

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Confirmed Conference & Workshop Venue

Sheraton Towers Singapore Hotel

39 Scotts Road, Singapore,

2288230

Phone: +65 6839 5810