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Global Shipping Trends & Trade Patterns

Date: 28th April 2015 - 29th April 2015 Location: London - UK

Taking Advantage Of Current & Future Market Opportunities In Shipping

ACI’s Global Shipping Trends & Trade Patterns will examine the key market forces directly impacting on the shipping industry right now. This includes developing opportunities worldwide that must be factored into a ship owner’s strategy if they are to remain a competitive and profitable entity in the future. Not only will there be in depth analysis of market developments (see key topics opposite), practical advice as to how to take advantage of these situations will also be given with real case-study examples from existing ship owner’s strategy.


28th April 2015
29th April 2015
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H10 London Waterloo Hotel
284-302 Waterloo Road
London, SE1 8RQ United Kingdom

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+44 (0)20 7928 4062
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  • World Maritime Trade: Road to Recovery?
  • Discussing the Panama Canal & Impact on & Routes & Markets
  • North American Shale Oil & Gas Market
  • The Gulf Region: An Increasingly Attractive Option
  • Comparing China to its South East Asian Neighbours
  • Opportunities in the Arctic
  • Processing and Utilising a Financial Forecast
  • Container Shipping Market
  • Predicting Future Developments in the Tanker Industry
  • Dry Cargo Markets
  • Commodity Trade- Coal, Oil and Natural Gas
  • The Impact on Trade Routing from Global Security Threats
  • Implementing Effective Regulatory Policy, Globally
  • Tracking Progress in Global Port Development
  • How are African authorities addressing congestion and infrastructure issues? What evidence relates progress in these items to successful shipping?
  • Developments in Brazil: What are the opportunities? How can shipping companies capitalise on this?
  • Opportunities in Russia: Risks and opportunities? Regional regulation? What is the potential pay off when investing in this region?
  • Capt. Maurice Baker, Managing Director, Columbia Shipmanagement
  • Angus Campbell, Managing Director, Bernhard Schulte Shipmanagement
  • Laurentiu Lazar, General Manager-BARKLAV
  • Roger Adamson, Chief Executive-Futurenautics
  • Hildegunn Kyvik Nordås,Senior Policy Analyst & Project Leader- OECD
  • Capt. Eberhard Kock, CEO/ Managing Partner- Österreichischer Lloyd (ÖL)
  • Luis Benito- Global Strategic Marketing Manager, Business Development And Innovation, Lloyd’s Register Marine
  • Gerry Northwood OBE, Chief Operating Officer, Maritime Asset Security And Training (MAST) Services And Logistics Ltd
  • Giampiero Soncini, CEO, SpecTec
  • Doctor Amir Alizadeh, Reader in Shipping Economics and Finance, Cass Business School
  • Yannis Varvitsiotis, Chartering Broker, Hudson Shipping Lines
  • Capt.Kuzman Popov, MSQ & Operations Manager, DS Tankers
  • Hildegunn Kyvik Nordås, Senior Policy Analyst & Project Leader, OECD
  • Janos Koenig, Managing Director, Eurofin International