We are delighted to welcome Unicom to our membership and look forward to their active participation in InterManager.
Sergey Popravko, Managing Director of Unicom, said: “We at Unicom felt this was the right time to join InterManager. We look forward to collaborating with fellow ship management companies to the benefit of our sector and to ensuring that ship managers gain the recognition they deserve within the international maritime industry.”
12-17.10 – London – IMO – MEPC session 67 – InterManager representation: Capt. Paddy McKnight, Capt. Mike McCabe; Gerd Schneider, Vladimiro Bonamin – full report available from: http://www.intermanager.org/category/imo-updates/
13-14.10 – Singapore – InterManager AGM and Shipmanagement Summit
16.10 – Athens – Seagull Users forum – Capt. Kuba Szymanski and George Hoyt speaking
25.10 – Limassol – Cyprus – IMAREST Annual Gala Dinner – InterManager – Capt. Kuba Szymanski delivering key note speech
29-30. 10 – London – Martha Meeting – Capt. Paddy McKnight representing InterManager
04.11 – London – Capital Link Corporate Social Responsibility Forum – Capt. Kuba Szymanski speaking
13.11 – London – EQUASIS – 25th Editorial Board – Capt. Kuba Szymanski representing InterManager
17-18 November 2014 – Dubai – 7th Annual Shiptech 2014 Conference Capt. Kuba Szymanski speaking
26-27 November in Manila – 15th annual Asia-Pacific Manning & Training – President Gerardo Borromeo Chairing conference, Capt. Kuba Szymanski Chairing HR Panel.
Discounts and offers for members:
Special 15% discount for InterManager members in the Piraeus GLAROS Hotel. The Hotel Management has confirmed it is willing to offer InterManager members (15%) off its internet prices if booked from their web site, www.glaros-hotel.gr/ This discount cannot be combined with any other discounts. You only need to mention you are an “InterManager member” in the “Comments and Special Requests” section of the web site and/or mention your company is an “InterManager member” when you check into the hotel.
04th November 2014 – London Capital Link 4th Annual Shipping & Offshore CSR Forum, at One Moorgate Place in London.
This Forum focuses on sustainability issues across the board – human resources, environment, safety and security, technological innovation and corporate governance. It aims to raise awareness regarding the benefits and advantages of CSR to a wider industry audience.
Website and link it to our registration page: http://forums.capitallink.com/csr/2014london/index.html?
17 – 18 November 2014, Bonhill House, London
Future Fuels for Shipping Seminar
Assessing the technical viability of using alternative marine fuels
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10-11 November in East Palo Alto, “Maritime meets the Valley tech” 2000 University Avenue, DLA Piper offices conference room: http://www.mit2014.com
The event will take place on In this very first “maritime meets the Valley tech” event we believe a lot of great innovative ideas will be created and new contacts will be made. Meeting innovators from companies like Google, CISCO and small innovative start ups mixed with maritime executives, representatives of maritime authorities such as the Swedish Maritime Authority, the US Coast Guard and academia will provide you with a network expansion opportunity rarely encountered. One of the hot topics we will be discussing is the emerging Sea Traffic Management concept and how it will change the maritime industry.
15th annual Asia-Pacific Manning & Training Conference, running 26-27 November in Manila. View the website here: http://www.informamaritimeevents.com/event/mannngandtrainingasia.
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7th Annual Shiptech 2014 Conference taking place on 17-18 November 2014 at The Address Dubai Mall Hotel, Dubai.
My name is Vanessa Brennan and I will be the Event Manager taking care of your arrangements and requirements prior to the above event. Please confirm the following details at your earliest convenience to ensure smooth participation.
27th/28th November Effective Presentation Skills Course London the Nautical Institute in London.
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CAN THE GREEN APPROACH TO SHIPPING BE PROFITABLE?
In recent times, growing concern about the state of the world’s oceans and the impact that shipping has on quality of the air has led to ever more legislation on emissions.
As such, the Institute of Marine Engineering, Science and Technology (IMarEST) and Colfax Fluid Handling, a leader in pumps, systems and Smart Technology solutions for the marine industry, are working together to investigate perceptions of the ‘Green Agenda’ and whether shipping companies can benefit from investing in green initiatives.
Accessed at http://surveys.imarest.org/index.php/473523/lang-en the survey should take no longer than three minutes to complete, and is aimed to gauge views from across the sector, and will support an industry roundtable discussion.
“The ‘Green Agenda’ attempts to ameliorate the problems by introducing equipment, products and operating procedures that reduce these emissions but sometimes can come at a cost to owners, operators and often the end users of the goods carried by sea. But can the green approach actually be profitable?” asks John Barnes of the IMarEST. “With fuel being the most expensive item in a ship’s operating costs and the main polluter of the air, any reduction in consumption brings a financial as well as environmental benefit. It can also be a positive in relationships with shippers who are themselves demonstrating environmental concerns.”
The survey will stay open over the next four weeks and asks questions about whether investing in green initiatives is important to organisations, does it impact business, should companies be actively investing further in green initiatives, and, can these investments actually offer good value for money?
“We are determined to find out what the industry really thinks about these issues, and invite all at every level to complete the 14 questions” continued John Barnes. “We will be publishing the results, and early indications will also be made available to those participating in a ‘Making the Green Agenda Pay’ roundtable which we’re running with our marine partner, Colfax Fluid Handling”
Ben Martin, Director of Global Marketing at Colfax Fluid Handling added: “We are really interested in learning what the industry thinks about the ‘Green Agenda’. Listening to our customers helps us respond with solutions that can make their businesses more successful. It’s exciting to think there may be opportunities to turn green initiatives into profitable activities. Your opinions can really make a difference. Please air them!”
The ‘Making the Green Agenda Pay’ roundtable will be Chaired by Richard Vie, Vice President of Technical Development and Quality Assurance, Corporate Shipbuilding, at Carnival Corporation & plc, with it taking place in October.
8-9 December 2014, The Congress Centre, London, BWMTech conference
Essential ballast water management guidance to prepare shipowners for Convention enforcement
Shipowner perspective from Saga Shipholding, Canada Steamship Lines, Van Oord and German Shipowners’ association. Review 10 years of testing BWMS and the effectiveness of compliance testing toolkits. Quote VIP code: FKT2752SSWB for a 20% discount. For more information: http://www.informamaritimeevents.com/FKT2752IMWL
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