The 3rd TradeWinds Shipowners Forum in Hong Kong took place on November 21 at the head of Hong Kong Maritime Week jointly organised by the Hong Kong Maritime and Port Board, Hong Kong Shipowners Association and the Hong Kong Maritime Museum. See who was there.
Hext and the Hong Kong debate over digital future
Richard Hext moderated a highly accomplished panel offering insight into the opportunities, ROI and pitfalls associated with embracing the world of Big Data. The panel comprised Dr Martin Stopford, President of Clarksons Research, Jacques Goudchaux, Chief Information Officer of BRS Group and Sean Riley, Chief Operating Officer of Veson Nautical. Read what happened here.
Do you want to recycle responsibly but find the regulations confusing? Do you need top dollar for your old bulker? Don't know which cash buyer to trust? Get answers to all these questions and more by immersing yourself in the largest and most influential gathering of ship recycling expertise in the world.
Check out the 3-minute video summary from TradeWinds Shipowners Forum Singapore which took place on 25 September 2017 at the JW Marriott South Beach Singapore. Based on the successful Shipowners Forum in Athens the event comprised a series of lively discussion panels and high-level networking social functions.
TradeWinds hosted Shipping China 2017 on 24 October in Shanghai. This flagship event welcomed over 250 participants covered the most important market for global shipping. Click here for coverage in TradeWinds.
The leading international maritime trade fair and the global shipping news provider TradeWinds are joining hands to host the first Shipowners Forum at SMM on September 4th, 2018.
After nearly a decade in crisis, the German national shipowning community gathered in Hamburg on October 12 to discuss ways to restore confidence and prove its capacity and skills still have a global role. A packed room included many of shipping's most respected names. See who was there.
In the new reality of the Trump era, shipowners and analysts revealed their outlook for the tanker, container ship and offshore vessel markets, and shipyards and discussed the prospects for new orders after delivery of the wave of tanker newbuildings. See who was there.
TradeWinds events attract a wide variety of shipping professionals, including the best-known names and faces in the business. See who you know.