- published: 15 May 2014
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A brief look into global megatrends in shipping and future challenges, especially for Norwegian shipping.
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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
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 ...
Godby Shipping is interviewed, along with several other shipowners in Finland and Åland Islands, about the general future of Finnish shipping industry. Eva Mikkola-Karlström deputy managing director of Godby Shipping, answers the questions. Finnish subtitles!
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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.
A brief video summary of TradeWinds' inaugural Shipowners Forum Singapore staged at the JW Marriott South Beach on September 25th, 2017. A big thank you to the sponsors who made it possible - The Baltic Exchange, Pictet, ABS, IRI / The Marshall Islands, Best Oasis / Priya Blue, Crossworld and Kim Heng. We are also grateful for the outstanding support and encouragement from the Singapore Shipping Association (SSA) and personal involvement of Tan Beng Tee, Assistant Chief Executive (Development), Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA).
Editor Martyn Wingrove explains why shipping companies should be training IT specialised officers as ships become more technically advanced
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...
Delaying deliveries is a smart move for shipowners
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...
And the banks are reluctant to give securities. Trade is slowly creaking to a halt for lack of cash. But major transport doesn't work without securities. Dealers need securities so that they can make advance payments when they want to buy and ship freight. They only get paid when a sale is made. If dealers have nothing to ship, shipowners have nothing to ship. And cutbacks in the car industry for example, are also causing them problems. According to the association of Hamburg ship brokers and agents, profit margins for a ship with 2,500 standard containers have fallen by more than fifty percent since the start of the year. And Peter Krämer, managing director of the 'Marine Service Group', a major international shipper, has seen a dramatic collapse in profits. Dan Hirschfeld and Philipp ...
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...
Crew welfare and ship connectivity have become important issues that the whole industry needs to address
Speakers include: Angeliki Frangou, Chairman of the Board & CEO, Navios Maritime Holdings Nikolas Tsakos, President & CEO, Tsakos Energy Navigation Patrick Rodgers, Chief Executive Officer, Euronav Evangelos M. Marinakis, Chairman, Capital Maritime & Trading Corp. Athanasios J. Martinos, Managing Director, Eastern Mediterranean Maritime Bob Burke, Chief Executive Officer, Ridgebury Tankers Philippe Louis-Dreyfus, President, BIMCO & Louis Dreyfus Armateurs Moderated by: Julian Bray, Editor in Chief, TradeWinds Frank Dunne, Chairman & Partner, Watson Farley & Williams Produced by TradeWinds Events www.tradewindsevents.com