01 February 2014

TradeWinds Ship Recycling Forum: 4-5 March 2014

Disposing of old vessels is on the agenda for many shipping companies as maintenance costs appear unviable and charterers look towards more fuel efficient tonnage. Whether your priority is to obtain the best price for your asset, opt for green recycling or try to combine the two, the TradeWinds Ship Recycling Forum provides you with the right contacts and practical guidance you need to successfully navigate the commercial, regulatory and public relations minefield.
Take advantage of the substantial discounted rate; register today and join other shipowners, operators, cash buyers, recyclers, demo / S&P brokers, lawyers, underwriters, NGOs, ship suppliers, ship registries, classification societies, charterers, financiers, government representatives in Singapore.
Why you should attend
    Get the inside track on scrap prices / asset values, whilst getting to know global leaders in ship recycling
    Find out where you can scrap your vessels legally and responsibly
    Learn how the EU Regulation is changing the scrapping landscape
    Find out what’s occurring on the waterfront in Bangladesh, India and Pakistan
    Find out how competition among cash buyers is causing concern
    Discover the future for Chinese ship recycling, post scrapping subsidy
    Get to grips with the latest environmental campaigns against beaching
    Understand and take advantage of the complex regulatory environment
    Understand the costs, risks and benefits of IHMs
Book your room
 We have rooms available at the PARKROYAL on Pickering at a cost of SGD320++/SGD 340++ per room per night (single/twin occupancy, inclusive of daily buffet breakfast and in-room WIFI). Rates are subject to 10% service charge and hereafter 7% GST. To make a reservation, please contact info@tradewindsevents.com
The Linkedin crowd
The active Ship Recycling Forum group on Linkedin is a great place to meet and engage with other professionals involved in all aspects of recycling and hazmat surveys. Join the group using this link to see what’s being said and discussed and offer your perspective.
Companies registered to attend include: AA Shipbreakers • Ace Exim Pte. Ltd. • Ace Ship Recycling • Agrasen Ship Breakers • Al Hamza Commodities • Al Salam Insurance Services • Alang Auto & General Eng • Alliance Sale & Purchase • Atam Manohar Ship Breakers • Bangladesh Ship Breakers Association • Best Oasis • Bharat Ship Breaker Corporation • Braemar Seascope • Canpak Marine & Trading Agency • Compass Maritime Services • Crown Steel • Dalkan Ship Breaking • Dux Ship Recycling & Brokerage • Dux Ship Recycling & Brokerage • EBM Shipbroking Limited • European Commission • FIMBank • Global Ship Trade • GMS • Gohilwad Ship Breaking • GSR Services • Gujarat Pollution Control Board • H. Clarkson & Co • Holman Fenwick Willan • Horizon • ICAP Shipping • International Chamber of Shipping • International Steel Corporation • J.R.D Industries • K.P.G. Enterprise • Kathiawar Steels • Lakshmi Steel Rolling Mills (Unit-II) • Lucion Marine • Mahadev Ship Breakers • Mahavir Group • Mideast Shipping & Trading • Mike Needham Shipbroking • Miller Insurance Services • NGO Shipbreaking Platform • Nippon Kaiji Kyokai (ClassNK) • NKD Maritime • Quest Marine - Dubai • R L Kalthia Ship Breaking • R.K.Industries (Unit-II) • Rai Metal Works • Rajendra Ship Breakers • Sachdeva Steel Products • Sagarlaxmi Ship Breakers • Samundra Alloys • Saumil Impex • Sea2Cradle • Ship Recycling Industries Association (India) • Shiv  Ship Breaking • Shiv Ship Corporation • Shree Ram Steel Rolling Ind.(Unit-II) • Shree Ram Vessel Scrap • Sok Denizcilik Ticaret • St Kitts & Nevis • Star Asia Shipbroking • Stena RoRo • Triveni Ship Breakers • van den poel | m.a.r.c. • Virendra & Co. • Wilhelmsen Ship Management • Wirana

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