Euro focus to bring ship recycling leaders to Hamburg.
Breaking with tradition, the 10th TradeWinds Ship Recycling Forum is moving to a European venue for 2018 TradeWinds announced today.
Smart shipping starts with small steps, says Martin Stopford
Researcher says owners should start their digital transition by adopting simple processes that demonstrably add value.
Hext to head Hong Kong debate on digital future
The application of data-driven, digital solutions in shipping is here and developing rapidly. At this year’s TradeWinds Shipowners Forum, taking place on November 21st at the Hong Kong Maritime Museum, a special focus session will explore the implications.
Slow boxship recovery raises questions
Questions over the sustainability of the boxship market recovery and the future of bank finance dominated the conversation at TradeWinds’ inaugural Shipowners’ Forum in Hamburg on October 12 2017.
Hamburg seeks solutions to restore battered confidence
After nearly a decade in crisis, the national shipowning community gathers in Hamburg to discuss ways to restore confidence and prove its capacity and skills still have a global role.
SMM targets ship owners for 2018
Hamburg Messe’s President & CEO Bernd Aufderheide today called on the shipping industry to step up its support for Hamburg’s biennial maritime trade fair, SMM.
SMM cooperates with TradeWinds in strategic partnership.
The leading international maritime trade fair and the global shipping news provider TradeWinds join hands to host the first Shipowners Forum at SMM on September 4th, 2018.
Record attendance at TradeWinds' Ship Recycling Forum
A record number of more than 200 breakers, brokers and buyers at the cutting edge of ship demolition descended on Singapore last week for the TradeWinds Ship Recycling Forum including the Presidents of the Indian, Bangladesh and Pakistan recycling associations.
Ship recycling takes centre stage in Singapore
TradeWinds' collaboration with principal sponsor Best Oasis / Priya Blue has resulted in a record attendance at the Ship Recycling Forum 2017. Next Monday 27th February, more than 200 scrapping specialists will gather at the ParkRoyal on Pickering to discuss fundamental changes in the way old vessels are bought, sold and recycled.
Capacity key to recovery from crisis in Hong Kong
Hong Kong’s government must make a long-term positive policy commitment to shipping and give clear access to government officials if the territories’ maritime sector is to prosper in the face of tough regional competition.
Finance in focus at TradeWinds Shipowners Forum in Hong Kong.
With cash-flow topping shipowners concerns, alternative sources of finance, including deals with Chinese lessors will be discussed during a high-level get together in Hong Kong being organised by shipping news provider TradeWinds on October 12th.