The Baltic Exchange and Institute of Chartered Shipbrokers are pleased to announce the second series of lunchtime lectures in Shanghai, Singapore, Athens and London. The new series kicks off with seminars on the 2020 Sulphur Cap on 25/26 September.
Intended to support and develop brokers and operations professionals, the series will examine topical issues facing those working in chartering and operations roles, offering advice on best practice in critical situations and insight into the changing patterns affecting the shipping sector.
The first lecture of the five lecture series will focus on the IMO’s 2020 Sulphur Cap, looking at the outcome of the IMO’s summer discussions and industry reaction to the 2020 cap. Our speakers will look at the real figures surrounding these incoming changes as well as examine the impact on the maritime industry and charterer decision making.
Singapore | 25 Sept | 13.00
Aron Frank Sorensen
Head of the Maritime Technology and Regulation, BIMCO
London | 26 Sept | 13.00
Secretary General, International Chamber of Shipping
Shanghai | 26 Sept | 13.00
Regional Manager Asia, BIMCO
Athens | 26 Sept | 13.00
Dr. John Karakis
Technical Director, Bureau Veritas – Greece
This event is free to Baltic and ICS member companies. Those interested must register by email to firstname.lastname@example.org (reference: BXICS201).
For more details on speakers, locations and costs for non-members, click here.