• Ship Owners Perspectives on Ship Financing in 2011

    Securing bank loans in a low liquidity market is the focus of this roundtable discussion. A leading shipowner- U-Ming Marine Transport Corporation President C K Ong and a leading Ship Financier Andreas Remmer SVP at Group Mercange Bank (Asia) offer their perspectives in part one of this video. View part 2 at http://www.shippingfinance-china.com/Event.aspx?id=524718

    published: 12 May 2011
  • Norwegian Shipowner Association

    A brief look into global megatrends in shipping and future challenges, especially for Norwegian shipping.

    published: 15 May 2014
  • The Shipowners Forum

    www.maritimes.gr TradeWinds and NHST Events hosted the TradeWinds Shipowners Forum as the opening keynote of Posidonia 2012, in the Metropolitan Expo Centre on 5 June 2012. The Shipowners Forum - interview a panel of top shipowners to discover the strategies that have kept their businesses thriving during the current market volatility, where they are seeking new opportunities, what is their business philosophy and what success means to them.

    published: 09 Jun 2012
  • Business briefing at the TradeWinds Shipowners Forum at Posidonia 2016

    Session 1 - Business briefing Speakers include: Richard Fulford-Smith, Managing Partner, Affinity Shipping Guy Campbell, Chairman, The Baltic Exchange Christopher Wiernicki, Chairman, IACS Klaus Stoltenberg, Global Head of Ship Finance, Deutsche Bank Henriette Brent-Petersen, Managing Director, Shipping & Offshore Research, DVB Bank Ioannis Martinos, Managing Director, Signal Maritime Moderated by: Julian Bray, Editor in Chief, TradeWinds Produced by TradeWinds Events www.tradewindsevents.com

    published: 01 Aug 2016
  • 25 Mind Blowing Facts About The Shipping Industry

    Tweet this video! - http://clicktotweet.com/aPe_I For an industry that basically runs the world economy most people know very little about the enormous complex that touches almost every single thing you use. From the chair you are sitting on to the yogurt you're eating to the steering wheel in you car, all those things were made possible thanks to an industry that has been operating since man learned to float. These are 25 mind blowing facts about the shipping industry. https://twitter.com/list25 https://www.facebook.com/list25 http://list25.com Check out the text version too! - http://list25.com/25-mind-blowing-facts-shipping-industry/ Here's a preview: Around two-thirds of ship crews in the world have no means of communication while they are on the open sea. Only about 1 in 10 will ...

    published: 10 Sep 2013
  • Tradewinds Shipowners Forum athens 2016 Posidonia part 2

    Shipowners Forum Influential industry players debate business and markets, today and tomorrow: getting in right on the rebound - when and where to invest; acquisitions and how to capitalise on changing global commodity demand; understanding and profiting from the relationship between oil and shipping; balancing vessel portfolios; structural changes and consolidation; demand mega-trends and fleet positioning for the future. Co-moderators Julian Bray Editor-in-Chief TradeWinds Frank Dunne Chairman & Partner Watson Farley & Williams Panel Angeliki Frangou Chairman of the Board & Chief Executive Officer Navios Maritime Holdings Nikolas Tsakos President & CEO Tsakos Energy Navigation Patrick Rodgers Chief Executive Officer Euronav Robert (Bob) P. Burke Chief Executive Officer Ridgebu...

    published: 11 Jun 2016
  • TradeWinds Shipowners Forum 2011 - The current state of the shipping market

    TradeWinds Editor Julian Bray and Mark Williams of Braemar Seascope talk candidly about the current state of the shipping market. The interview marks the launch of TradeWinds Shipowners Forum taking place at the Hilton Athens on October 5th. http://www.nhstevents.com/

    published: 03 Sep 2011
  • Hyundai Merchant Marine in last-ditch negotiations with foreign ship owners to reduce charter rates

    현대상선•해외선주 오늘 용선료 협상 마지막 담판 Korea's number-two shipper, Hyundai Merchant Marine, is in last-ditch negotiations with foreign ship owners to work out a charter fee reduction in an attempt to stave off bankruptcy. The company is looking for a 30-percent cut to drastically reduce costs. Kwon Jang-ho reports. It's a negotiation that could make or break the future of Korea's second largest shipping company. Hyundai Merchant Marine is meeting with five foreign ship owners in Seoul on Wednesday to ask for a reduction in charter rates,... as it tries to dig itself out of a mounting debt crisis. Hyundai recorded a loss of over 200-million U.S. dollars last year alone, and in a deal made with its creditors last month, it promised it would renegotiate its charter fees with foreign ship owners, in ord...

    published: 18 May 2016
  • Ship Owners Warned: Get Your Ships in Shape

    Ship owners are being warned that if operating unseaworthy vessels, they will pay the consequences for doing so dearly. The National Maritime Safety Authority (NMSA) has arrested several ship owners for operating dodgy vessels over the past couple of weeks, with NMSA Standards and Compliance Manager, Joseph Pyawan, saying that operating poor quality vessels is a breach of the merchant shipping act. - visit us at http://www.emtv.com.pg/ for the latest news...

    published: 05 Aug 2015
  • Deep Bay Sunken Ship Owners Tell Their Story

    DEEP BAY -- A mid-island man fears his dreams of converting an old fish boat into a live-aboard vessel may have sunk along with the vessel itself. The 18-metre long wooden vessel "Bertha-G" sank sometime overnight between August 1st and 2nd, dropping onto the ocean floor just outside the harbour in Deep Bay. Owner Rick Perry of Bowser says he purchased the vessel a year ago figuring it had great potential to be converted into a pleasure craft but it began taking on water eight months ago. Perry regularly monitored the vessel and says he was disappointed when he was told he had to remove the boat from within the harbour where it was being moored. The harbour authority's chair Keith Reid confirmed to CTV News that the Bertha G was ordered out, along with other vessels that were...

    published: 07 Aug 2012
Ship Owners Perspectives on Ship Financing in 2011

Ship Owners Perspectives on Ship Financing in 2011

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  • Duration: 12:44
  • Updated: 12 May 2011
  • views: 1368
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Securing bank loans in a low liquidity market is the focus of this roundtable discussion. A leading shipowner- U-Ming Marine Transport Corporation President C K Ong and a leading Ship Financier Andreas Remmer SVP at Group Mercange Bank (Asia) offer their perspectives in part one of this video. View part 2 at http://www.shippingfinance-china.com/Event.aspx?id=524718
https://wn.com/Ship_Owners_Perspectives_On_Ship_Financing_In_2011
Norwegian Shipowner Association

Norwegian Shipowner Association

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  • Updated: 15 May 2014
  • views: 1278
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A brief look into global megatrends in shipping and future challenges, especially for Norwegian shipping.
https://wn.com/Norwegian_Shipowner_Association
The Shipowners Forum

The Shipowners Forum

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  • Duration: 84:27
  • Updated: 09 Jun 2012
  • views: 5355
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www.maritimes.gr TradeWinds and NHST Events hosted the TradeWinds Shipowners Forum as the opening keynote of Posidonia 2012, in the Metropolitan Expo Centre on 5 June 2012. The Shipowners Forum - interview a panel of top shipowners to discover the strategies that have kept their businesses thriving during the current market volatility, where they are seeking new opportunities, what is their business philosophy and what success means to them.
https://wn.com/The_Shipowners_Forum
Business briefing at the TradeWinds Shipowners Forum at Posidonia 2016

Business briefing at the TradeWinds Shipowners Forum at Posidonia 2016

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  • Updated: 01 Aug 2016
  • views: 118
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Session 1 - Business briefing Speakers include: Richard Fulford-Smith, Managing Partner, Affinity Shipping Guy Campbell, Chairman, The Baltic Exchange Christopher Wiernicki, Chairman, IACS Klaus Stoltenberg, Global Head of Ship Finance, Deutsche Bank Henriette Brent-Petersen, Managing Director, Shipping & Offshore Research, DVB Bank Ioannis Martinos, Managing Director, Signal Maritime Moderated by: Julian Bray, Editor in Chief, TradeWinds Produced by TradeWinds Events www.tradewindsevents.com
https://wn.com/Business_Briefing_At_The_Tradewinds_Shipowners_Forum_At_Posidonia_2016
25 Mind Blowing Facts About The Shipping Industry

25 Mind Blowing Facts About The Shipping Industry

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  • Duration: 5:23
  • Updated: 10 Sep 2013
  • views: 72880
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Tweet this video! - http://clicktotweet.com/aPe_I For an industry that basically runs the world economy most people know very little about the enormous complex that touches almost every single thing you use. From the chair you are sitting on to the yogurt you're eating to the steering wheel in you car, all those things were made possible thanks to an industry that has been operating since man learned to float. These are 25 mind blowing facts about the shipping industry. https://twitter.com/list25 https://www.facebook.com/list25 http://list25.com Check out the text version too! - http://list25.com/25-mind-blowing-facts-shipping-industry/ Here's a preview: Around two-thirds of ship crews in the world have no means of communication while they are on the open sea. Only about 1 in 10 will have freely available Internet. In 2010, Somali pirates were holding 544 seafarers hostage. Every year, more than 2,000 sailors die at sea, and an incredible two ships are lost every day. In 2012, the attack rates on seafarers was higher than the number of violent crimes in South Africa, the highest-crime nation on Earth. A container ship travels the equivalent of three-quarters of the way to the moon and back in one year during its regular travel across the oceans. The largest ships can cost over 200 million dollars to build. Females constitute only about 2% of seafarers. People from the Philippines make up more than a third of all crews worldwide, with nearly a quarter million at sea. The largest ships can store 745 million bananas in nearly 15,000 containers. That's about one for every person in Europe and North America. Shipping is one of the oldest industries in the world. Today, however, it plays as important a role as ever. There are approximately 55,000 merchant ships carrying cargo around the world. Around 1.5 million seafarers are employed by the global shipping industry In 2009, the 15 biggest ships in the world gave off the same amount of greenhouse gas as 760 million cars, or about two cars for every American. Compared to trucks and planes however, shipping is still the greenest form of transport, relatively speaking. Worldwide, only around 2% to 10% of containers are actually inspected. U.S. ports normally inspect roughly 5% of the 17 million containers arriving at the border every year. Germany, Japan, and Greece are the three countries with the biggest fleets based on total dead weight tonnage controlled by parent companies located in these countries. Having made the previous two points, it's worth mentioning that if you added shipping to the list of the world's most polluting countries, it would come in sixth place. Shipping companies are extremely secretive. For example, the official Greek shipowners' association won't even reveal how many members it has. As of this moment there are roughly 20 million containers crossing the world. A container ship engine has about 1,000 times more power than a family car. To give you an example of how much it costs to ship something, a bicycle would be roughly 10 dollars while a soda can would be less than a penny. Economically speaking, the shipping industry is enormous. In the United Kingdom, it accounts for more of the GDP than restaurants, takeaway food, and civil engineering combined. Shipping is so big in fact that it constitutes roughly 90 percent of the world's trade. If you were to line up the containers on just one ship they would easily stretch nearly halfway around the planet. If you stacked them up, and they would reach to nearly 7,500 Eiffel Towers and if you unloaded their cargo onto trucks the traffic would stretch for 60 miles. Shipping is one of the first industries to adopt widely implemented international safety standards. In 2011 the 360 commercial ports in the United States received goods from abroad worth $1.73 trillion. The U.S. relies on shipping to bring in two-thirds of its oil supply. In the global fleet there are six types of ships: General cargo ships, bulk carriers, fishing vessels, container ships, passenger ships, and tankers. Shipping is cheap. It's so cheap in fact, that rather than fillet its own fish, Scotland can send its cod 10,000 miles across the ocean to China to be filleted, and then sent back for less than the price of doing it themselves. Credit - Book: Ninety Percent of Everything by Rose George Buy the Book here - http://amzn.to/16LJtnd
https://wn.com/25_Mind_Blowing_Facts_About_The_Shipping_Industry
Tradewinds Shipowners Forum athens 2016 Posidonia part 2

Tradewinds Shipowners Forum athens 2016 Posidonia part 2

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  • Duration: 80:04
  • Updated: 11 Jun 2016
  • views: 699
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Shipowners Forum Influential industry players debate business and markets, today and tomorrow: getting in right on the rebound - when and where to invest; acquisitions and how to capitalise on changing global commodity demand; understanding and profiting from the relationship between oil and shipping; balancing vessel portfolios; structural changes and consolidation; demand mega-trends and fleet positioning for the future. Co-moderators Julian Bray Editor-in-Chief TradeWinds Frank Dunne Chairman & Partner Watson Farley & Williams Panel Angeliki Frangou Chairman of the Board & Chief Executive Officer Navios Maritime Holdings Nikolas Tsakos President & CEO Tsakos Energy Navigation Patrick Rodgers Chief Executive Officer Euronav Robert (Bob) P. Burke Chief Executive Officer Ridgebury Tankers Evangelos M. Marinakis Chairman Capital Maritime & Trading Corp Athanasios J. Martinos Managing Director Eastern Mediterranean Maritime Philippe Louis-Dreyfus President, Louis Dreyfus Armateurs & President, BIMCO
https://wn.com/Tradewinds_Shipowners_Forum_Athens_2016_Posidonia_Part_2
TradeWinds Shipowners Forum 2011 - The current state of the shipping market

TradeWinds Shipowners Forum 2011 - The current state of the shipping market

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  • Updated: 03 Sep 2011
  • views: 1277
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TradeWinds Editor Julian Bray and Mark Williams of Braemar Seascope talk candidly about the current state of the shipping market. The interview marks the launch of TradeWinds Shipowners Forum taking place at the Hilton Athens on October 5th. http://www.nhstevents.com/
https://wn.com/Tradewinds_Shipowners_Forum_2011_The_Current_State_Of_The_Shipping_Market
Hyundai Merchant Marine in last-ditch negotiations with foreign ship owners to reduce charter rates

Hyundai Merchant Marine in last-ditch negotiations with foreign ship owners to reduce charter rates

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  • Updated: 18 May 2016
  • views: 373
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현대상선•해외선주 오늘 용선료 협상 마지막 담판 Korea's number-two shipper, Hyundai Merchant Marine, is in last-ditch negotiations with foreign ship owners to work out a charter fee reduction in an attempt to stave off bankruptcy. The company is looking for a 30-percent cut to drastically reduce costs. Kwon Jang-ho reports. It's a negotiation that could make or break the future of Korea's second largest shipping company. Hyundai Merchant Marine is meeting with five foreign ship owners in Seoul on Wednesday to ask for a reduction in charter rates,... as it tries to dig itself out of a mounting debt crisis. Hyundai recorded a loss of over 200-million U.S. dollars last year alone, and in a deal made with its creditors last month, it promised it would renegotiate its charter fees with foreign ship owners, in order to stave off bankruptcy. Hyundai has a total of 116 ships, 83 of which have been leased from foreign ship owners at a cost of 830-million dollars. It's looking to receive a 28-percent reduction in charter rates, which would help cover a big chunk of its recurring annual losses. Agreeing to a reduction could be considered the best option for the ship owners as well. "If they were to take back the chartered ships, due to recent difficulties in the shipping economy and slowdown in global trade, those ships could end up not being used at all. So rather than having that big waste, they might be open to renegotiating the current contracts." Being so heavily dependent on chartered ships, Hyundai Marine may have to enter court receivership or face bankruptcy if the current negotiations do not go through. This is why it is said to be looking to sweeten the deal by offering shares to make up for a cut in charter rates. A tentative deadline for negotiations are set for Friday, and Hyundai is hoping to at least come out of it with a verbal agreement. Kwon Jang-ho, Arirang News. Visit ‘Arirang News’ Official Pages Facebook(NEWS): http://www.facebook.com/newsarirang Homepage: http://www.arirang.com Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/arirangtv Twitter: http://twitter.com/arirangworld Instagram: http://instagram.com/arirangworld
https://wn.com/Hyundai_Merchant_Marine_In_Last_Ditch_Negotiations_With_Foreign_Ship_Owners_To_Reduce_Charter_Rates
Ship Owners Warned: Get Your Ships in Shape

Ship Owners Warned: Get Your Ships in Shape

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  • Updated: 05 Aug 2015
  • views: 72
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Ship owners are being warned that if operating unseaworthy vessels, they will pay the consequences for doing so dearly. The National Maritime Safety Authority (NMSA) has arrested several ship owners for operating dodgy vessels over the past couple of weeks, with NMSA Standards and Compliance Manager, Joseph Pyawan, saying that operating poor quality vessels is a breach of the merchant shipping act. - visit us at http://www.emtv.com.pg/ for the latest news...
https://wn.com/Ship_Owners_Warned_Get_Your_Ships_In_Shape
Deep Bay Sunken Ship Owners Tell Their Story

Deep Bay Sunken Ship Owners Tell Their Story

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  • Updated: 07 Aug 2012
  • views: 13770
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DEEP BAY -- A mid-island man fears his dreams of converting an old fish boat into a live-aboard vessel may have sunk along with the vessel itself. The 18-metre long wooden vessel "Bertha-G" sank sometime overnight between August 1st and 2nd, dropping onto the ocean floor just outside the harbour in Deep Bay. Owner Rick Perry of Bowser says he purchased the vessel a year ago figuring it had great potential to be converted into a pleasure craft but it began taking on water eight months ago. Perry regularly monitored the vessel and says he was disappointed when he was told he had to remove the boat from within the harbour where it was being moored. The harbour authority's chair Keith Reid confirmed to CTV News that the Bertha G was ordered out, along with other vessels that were not covered by insurance. Reid says the harbour has had problems with previous sinking vessels and has had to pick up the cost of raising and disposing of them when previous owners abandoned responsibility for them. Reid says the clean up bill for a previous vessel which sank at the harbour in January of 2011 was in excess of $5,000. Perry initially brought the vessel closer to shore late last week upon the advice of Coast Guard personnel and other mariners in the area and admits that it's a decision that is not being accepted by some in the area. Perry says there is only residual spillage coming out of the bottom of the tanks on board the vessel and that a coast guard inspection verified there is no environmental risk to nearby shellfish operations close to the vessel. Perry says he'll be working on patching and then re-floating the vessel as low-tide access permits. Follow Gord Kurbis on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/CTVNewsGord
https://wn.com/Deep_Bay_Sunken_Ship_Owners_Tell_Their_Story
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