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.
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.
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.
Stage set for opening debate at Posidonia
A full house is on the cards for TradeWinds Shipowners Forum as thousands of shipping executives from around the world make their plans to converge on Athens during the second week in June.
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.
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.
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.
TradeWinds SmartShipping set to attract the forward-thinkers of shipping
The TradeWinds SmartShipping conference is based precisely on this premise and will leave the issues of green or sustainable shipping to others, while focusing on the very real and very practical challenges facing ship owners and operators today.
Shipping conference in Shanghai delivers yet again
Held at the Kerry Hotel in Pudong, Shanghai, from 22nd to 23rd May this year, the 8th TradeWinds Shipping China was an action-packed conference, with all the right ingredients for an exciting few days: controversial topics, high-profile speakers, and several quality networking affairs.
Controversial charter party disputes and renegotiations to take centre-stage at Shanghai maritime conference
Disputes and renegotiations between ship owners and charterers are at levels not seen since the financial market crash of 2008. In a highly topical session at the upcoming 8th TradeWinds Shipping China conference Geir Sviggum, Chief Representative of international law firm Wikborg Rein in Shanghai will lead an open discussion on the problems and possible solutions.