Subjects: Services, Consulting
India narrows ‘green’ scrap gap
Annette Stube, head of sustainability at AP Moller-Maersk, was hailed as a hero at the 2016 TradeWinds’ Ship Recycling Forum in Dubai.
Dubai to host TradeWinds Shipowners Forum - Middle East
With shipping activity gearing up in the Gulf, news service TradeWinds has chosen Dubai as the venue for the third and final Shipowner Forum marking its 25th Anniversary year.
TradeWinds Shipowners Forum in Hong Kong
Norwegian news organisation TradeWinds is holding a Shipowners Forum at the Hong Kong Maritime Museum on October 15th to mark its own 25th anniversary.
Good cheer abounds as scrapping folk put rivalries to one side
Demolition brokers, cash buyers and shipbreakers were in good cheer at a dinner organised by TradeWinds Events in London’s Rasa W1 restaurant this week.
Greek shipowners debate future at TradeWinds Forum
A debate on the future of Greek shipping topped off a lively afternoon of wide ranging discussion at TradeWinds Shipowners Forum in Athens last Thursday.
South Asia's ship recyclers unite in face of possible EU beaching ban
The inaugural meeting of the Federation of Ship Recycling Associations (FSRA), a collective of the ship recycling associations of India, Pakistan and Bangladesh will take place at the TradeWinds Ship Recycling Forum in Singapore on 10-11th March.
Singapore to host pioneering LNG Marine fuel gathering
Singapore, the world’s top bunkering port, is moving forward at a pace with its government’s intentions to develop an LNG storage, trans-shipment and bunkering hub to meet anticipated demand in the region. With the recent official opening of its first LNG terminal what better time than now or place than Singapore for TradeWinds to hold the LNG as Marine Fuel Forum?
Dry cargo chartering knowledge leader series kicks off in Singapore
The Fullerton Hotel in Singapore will be the setting when top shipping executives gather for the first event in the TradeWinds knowledge leader series. Focused on the dry cargo chartering community TradeWinds first Charterers Seminar will launch with Singapore Maritime Week as the backdrop.
Indian breakers aim to stay ahead of Brussels dictates
Yard association official Nitin Kanakiya says recyclers are mulling various ‘options’ to enable them to meet the new European Ship Recycling Regulation
‘Huge delegation’ of Indian ship recyclers head to Singapore for TradeWinds Forum
A record delegation of 50 ship recyclers, steel mill owners and cash buyers from India will descend on Singapore during March 4th-5th for TradeWinds Ship Recycling Forum.
Tanker market "not for the faint hearted" delegates warned.
A severe storm in Europe last Friday did nothing to dampen debate at the TradeWinds Charterers Forum in Geneva, although optimism for new year cheer among tanker owners was muted.
Geneva to host gathering of tanker trade executives
An exclusive meeting of top executives from the tanker sector will take place next Friday, 6th December, in Geneva at the Tradewinds Charterers’ Forum.
Pareto and DVB spark intense debate at offshore conference
Shipowners, shipbrokers, charterers, bankers and analysts traded views on the offshore sector at TradeWinds Offshore Marine in Singapore, while one discussion on OSVs had something of an edge to it
Future looks bright for resurgent dry bulk sector
A panel of dry bulk experts at the TradeWinds Charterers’ Forum in Singapore agreed that the future of the sector looks good — provided market players continue to show restraint on the ordering front and more owners send older bulkers to the scrapheap
The secrets of success for the Indian shipping industry
Almost 300 senior Indian and international maritime professionals gathered in Mumbai for a lively 9th India Shipping Summit, organised jointly by Seatrade and TradeWinds, in the new venue of the Palladium Hotel, Mumbai.
Nicola Eyles joins TradeWinds Events
The Events division of London based shipping news organization TradeWinds has appointed Nicola Eyles as Senior Conference Producer to help grow the company’s expanding maritime and offshore conference portfolio.
Dry cargo chartering focus in Singapore
The latest issues affecting dry cargo vessel chartering – paper and physical - will come into sharp focus on November 7th in Singapore as TradeWinds and the FFA Brokers Association (FFABA) along with the Baltic Exchange, team up to offer guests and delegates a packed day of information, insight and inspiration.
Vessel users and providers gather for TradeWinds Offshore Marine conference.
Both sides of the business table will be sitting together at the TradeWinds Offshore Marine conference this year, offering a rare opportunity to hear offshore vessel-providers and vessel-users exchange views on the sector in an open discussion.
The bright side of the three Cs of shipping
Taking a prescriptive look at the unique challenges facing India's maritime industry, the eighth India Shipping Summit drew to a highly stimulating close in Mumbai. Yet despite a challenging local macro economic backdrop and the ever present oversupply of tonnage there were many positive perspectives put forward by the participants.
Heavyweight international line-up for India Shipping Summit
The India Shipping Summit returns to Mumbai for the eighth event on 8-10 October and this year's programme is taking a prescriptive look at the unique challenges facing India's maritime industry. The summit examines the country’s ambitions and what's realistically achievable - it's a reality check for India shipping!