19 August 2015

ENMORE: 7th Ship Recycling & SNP Summit & 2015 Ship Building & Conversion Forum

SHANGHAI--(BUSINESS WIRE)--The 7th Ship Recycling & SNP Summit 2015 (SNPSR) will be held on September 7th-8th in Shanghai, China, expected to attract more than 150 attendees including ship owners, breakers, brokers, class societies, law firms, governments/associations, etc.

In the Green Ship Recycling session on September 7th, the following topics will be discussed: Outline of the Ship Recycling Convention and Activities of ClassNK, Development of IHM for New Ships and Introduction to “PrimeShip-GREEN/SRM”, Development of IHM for Existing Ships, and Development of Ship Recycling Facility Plan (SRFP). The speakers are representatives from ClassNK, and Henning Gramann (CEO of GSR Service).

Session II: Macro Economy & Shipping Market will cover: Status quo and Outlook of Chinese Steel Market (especially steel exportation) (Speaker: Wei Yingsong from My Steel), Global Shipping Market Outlook (Speaker: Tina Liu from Drewry Shipping Consultants), Opportunities Brought by ‘New Normal’ (Speaker: Michael Sun from Altaships Capital).

Session III will focus on the ship recycling market. Hot topics include: Offshore Scrapping Market (Speaker: Allan Gao from Grieg Green), Status quo of Ship-recycling Market in China and Updates on Implementation of Subsidy Policies (Speaker: Jimmy Ji, Senior Business Manager, Far East Horizon Shipping Consulting), and South Asia and Turkey Markets. The new ideas may bring new opportunities.

2015 Ship Building & Conversion Forum will be held on September 9th in Shanghai, China. This year, it is expected to attract ship owners, ship yards, design & research institutes, brokers, classification societies, law firms, governments/associations, etc.

In the first part, there will be an Overview of Shipping Market, followed by How to Help Ship-building Yards Make Breakthroughs. Topics will concentrate on cost control, market positioning, competitiveness enhancement and challenges & chances brought by new rules/policies. Status and technical barriers of ship-conversion will be discussed, as well as what most people are concerned about: marine financing and ‘Internet+’.

Who will attend?
ClassNK, Sea2cradle, Wilhelmsen Ship Management

China Shipping,
China Merchants,
CSC Phoenix,
IMC Shipping,
J. Lauritzen,
Nanjing Tanker,
Shandong Shipping Corporation,
Yang Ming Marine,
Fujian Guohang Ocean Shipping(Group), etc.

Chinese breakers: Changjiang, DSIC Ship-Recycling, Zhongxin Ship-Recycling, Xinmin Ship-Recycling, Weiye Ship-recycling, Shuangshui Ship-recycling,
Sub-continent breakers: Baijnath Melaram, R.L. Kalthia, Solar Shipping Lines, and other BSBA, PABA, SRIA members.

DSIC Ship-building,
Qingdao Beihai Shipbuilding,
Hongqiang Shipbuilding,
Bohai Shipbuilding(BSHIC),
AVIC Ship,
Jinhai Heavy Industry,
Tianjin Xinhe Shipbuilding,
Jiangnan Shipyard,
Hudong-Zhonghua Shipbuilding,
Guangzhou Shipyard International,
Taizhou CATIC Shipbuilding,
Jiangsu Yangzijiang Shipbuilding,
Qidong Fengshun Shipbuilding,
Chengxi Shipyard
And other shipyards from CSSC Group, CSIC Group, Catic Group, etc.

Ship brokers: Ace Ship Recycling, Altaships, Braemar ACM, Clarksons Platou, Far East Horizon, ICAP Robinson, Jangsoo S&P, Maersk, Optima, Total, etc.

Cash buyers: GMS, Wirana, Silvia, Shree Ram, etc.

Daisy Shi, +86-21-5155 1661

Source: business wire. 18 August 2015

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