Over the last couple of years, Europe’s offshore sailors have discovered a new, inexpensive route to thrilling, high speed sailing. They have discovered Class 40 racing.
This photo has been taken during the CMA CGM Matisse’s approach near the famous Sydney Opera House. CMA CGM ...read more →
On 4 August 2014, the brand new jack-up vessel Sea Challenger loaded the last components for the first batch for ...read more →
When MS Amsterdam departs Fort Lauderdale, Fla., January 5, 2015, the cruise will span 114 days and calls at 45 ...read more →
In a significant long term commitment to Tasmania and Antarctica, the Australian government has approved the ...read more →
Minister for Transport Gladys Berejiklian said that the New South Wales Government is getting on with the job of ...read more →
27th International Ship Finance & Investment Conference
26th International Ship Finance & Investment Conference Highlights included:
- Outlook for global growth and trade flows
- Prospects for rates and energy prices
- Macro economic influences on shipping markets
- The impact of shale oil and gas on the tanker sector
- How are supply and demand dynamics changing in the container sector?
- Market prospects for LNG and LPG sectors
- Dry bulk shipping analysis
- Are shipping stocks being given a fair hearing by investors
- Is now the time to invest?
- What next for the ship finance cycle?
- What opportunities exist for Western and Eastern banks to work together?
- Can bank ship finance still compete?
- Newbuilding price developments
- Latest Chinese bank strategy for ship finance
- How does today’s owner access finance given bank constraints?
- Can alternative finance provide solutions owners are looking for?
- Equity investment – latest perspectives
- What does the short to medium term future hold for private equity in shipping?
14TH WORLD CONFERENCE CITIES AND PORTS
This conferences organized every two years, the World Conferences of AIVP gather between 400 and 600 participants. The World Conferences are intended for port and urban decision-makers (elected representatives and technical experts), researchers and academics, as well as economical and institutional partners of the port areas’ development. These conferences have for main objectives to develop some practices and know-how but also to be a showcase of port’s projects or realizations, to exchange experiences between decision-makers and other economic actors for the ports’ development, to increase institutional and public authorities’ awareness of the main assets of the port area and finally, to reinforce transversal exchanges between the various decision-makers in order to initiate consultation and new working methods.read more >
Background to Shipping
Experience the maritime business first hand through our excellent practical and interactive sessions:
- Chair Tutorial: Mapping the maritime industry and stakeholders
- Combating Piracy Simulation Workshop
- Become a Ship Manager & Reduce Operating Costs
- Maritime law explained
- Time & Voyage Charterparties Workshop
- Lloyd’s of London Site Visit
- Marine Claims Workshop: Ships collide!
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ICSOT Indonesia: Developments in Ship, Design and Construction
The next conference is planned to be held at Hasanuddin University Makassar by cooperating with the Naval Architecture Department, Engineering Faculty,UNHAS Makassar. The main objective of this event is to give a chance for members of the international maritime industry to present and discuss the latest developments in marine research and technologies which could provide improvements and solution to the problems and challenges related to ship building and offshore applications. Besides that, it also could become a way to increase a number of international publications of researchers from local universities and institutions.read more >
Landing Helicopter Dock ship, the Canberra, one of the largest ships ever built for the Royal Australian Navy, ...read more →
ASC Managing Director and CEO, Steve Ludlam delivered a keynote address at the ADM Congress in Canberra ...read more →
Yesterday marked an important milestone for the Air Warfare Destroyer (AWD) project with the laying of the keel for ...read more →
Today marks an important milestone for the Air Warfare Destroyer (AWD) project with the laying of the keel for the ...read more →
2013 is nearing its end but there is not stopping the pace of the Production workforce at ASC South where the ...read more →
Australian shipbuilder ASC’s production teams have had to contend with mother nature in the past to get the ...read more →