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The shipping industry struggles with overcapacity, low freight rates, the implementation of new (environmental) regulations and a shortage of bank financing. This sector is very capital intensive. Hence,...February 28, 2017
IACS – Digitalisation of Maritime Transport Trends, Safety and Environmental Aspects of Cyber Systems in Shipping
IACS – EU Maritime Transport Workshop followed by drinks reception. For further information please contact Astrid Grunert at email@example.com ...February 28, 2017
The event focuses on the social accomplishments for international seafarers set by the Maritime Labor Convention, 2006 and other instruments. MLC, 2006 provides minimum standards to work on ships, e.g. wages,...February 28, 2017
CLIA – Growing European cruising: improving infrastructure adequacy for a sustainable and competitive maritime transport
As part of European Shipping Week this workshop brings together key European decision makers, cruise operators and other industry stakeholders to discuss the infrastructural challenges that the maritime...February 28, 2017
A seminar on employment, labour rights and training needs in the European Maritime Transport Sector aimed at generating debate with EU policy makers, shipowners, the media and the wider public on how to make...February 28, 2017
Danish Maritime Authority – Smart Enforcement: modern technology, automated reporting and data exchange
What does smart enforcement look like? Our speakers will discuss the use of modern technology, automated reporting, data exchange and cross border collaboration as a means to facilitate smart enforcement and...February 28, 2017
What does the future of Shipping look like? Our speakers will discuss how digitalisation is changing the game and is providing new business opportunities. To register your attendance please use the link below...February 28, 2017
The Maltese Presidency of the Council of the EU cordially invites you to the Welcome Reception on the occasion of the opening of the European Shipping Week 2017 at the Thon Hotel EU, Rue de la Loi 75, 1040,...February 27, 2017
The event will take place at the Maltese Permanent Representation with the support of the Maltese EU Presidency. The framework for the event is the 2016 OECD report “Ocean Economy in 2030”, which projects a...February 27, 2017
Safety in the Intermodal Supply Chain: Promoting the IMO/ILO/UNECE Code of Practice for the safe packing of cargo transport units
A seminar jointly hosted by the Global Shippers Forum, ICHCA International, TT Club, and World Shipping Council, that will address the dangers posed to the supply chain by incorrectly packed and secured cargo,...February 27, 2017
InterManager – Can we guarantee a sustainable shipping industry in today’s economic and regulatory landscape?
Further information will follow shortly....February 27, 2017
Workshop on the role of Digital Technologies in the Implementation of the Ship Energy Efficiency Management Plan & in the Administrative Simplification of the Maritime Transport Sector
This Workshop organised by the Permanent Representation of Malta together with the European Tugowners Association, aims to bring together policy makers and stakeholders to outline the role and use of...February 27, 2017
European Shipping Week 27 February to 3 March 2017, Brussels
The first European Shipping Week took place over the course of the week of 2-6 of March 2015 and featured a variety of events. The second will take place in Brussels from Monday, 27 February to Friday, 3 March 2017 and promises to be an even greater success.
European Shipping Week is intended to be a platform where policy-makers from the main EU institutions will meet and engage with European shipowners and other stakeholders from the shipping sector. The focus is on shipping, in all its different aspects.
European Shipping Week is the brainchild of the European Community Shipowners' Associations (ECSA) and is run by a Steering Group made up of Europe's main shipping organisations as well as the European Commission and Shipping Innovation. The shipping organisations involved on the Steering Group include: ECSA; Cruise Lines International Association (CLIA) Europe; European Community Association of Ship Brokers and Agents (ECASBA); Interferry; the European Dredging Association (EuDA); the World Shipping Council (WSC); the European Transport Workers’ Federation (ETF); the European Tugowners’ Association (ETA); as well as the European Maritime Pilots Association (EMPA).
Anthony Luzzatto Gardner, former US Ambassador to the European Union and Visiting Fellow at the College of Europe, will be the guest speaker at the … Read More...
The rapidly expanding International Port Community Systems Association (IPCSA) has named Hans Rook as its new chairman, as of January … Read More...
European Shipping Week 2017 (ESW2017) is pleased to announce its line-up of high level industry speakers at its flagship conference to be held at … Read More...