Taking place next week in Hamburg, the 2017 Propulsion & Emissions Conference will provide updates on a wealth of cost saving, emission reducing technologies through case studies and technical presentations from leading experts and operators. Book your place now to benefit from the opportunity to network with the industry’s stakeholders.
With companies such as ExxonMobil, Maersk Fluid Technology, TOTAL Lubmarine, Shell Global Solutions, MAN Diesel & Turbo, WinGD, ABB Turbocharging, KBB, DNV GL, GE Marine, Goltens Green and Bureau Veritas giving technical presentations and joining panel discussions, delegates at the 2017 P&E Conference will be able to draw on the expertise of these leading companies during Q&A sessions and panel discussions.
The programme, entitled ‘Future proofing the global fleet’, will also feature Operator Panel discussions which will give delegates first hand feedback from companies such as Maersk Line, Hapag Lloyd, John T Essberger, Mitsui OSK Lines, Carnival Corporation, NSB Niederelbe Schiffahrtsgesellschaft, Columbus Shipmanagement, E.R. Schiffahrt.
The Welcome Reception, hosted by Blohm & Voss on 9 May 2017, will serve as an ice-breaker and participants can meet other participants, in the relaxed environment of the Hafen Klub, and get to know fellow delegates. The Conference Dinner, sponsored by GE Marine and taking place on 10 May 2017 at BlockBrau, will further enhance networking opportunities in a relaxed, social environment.
All networking events are included in the delegate fee – book your place now to join ship owners, operators, ship designers, engine manufacturers, suppliers and classification societies to network, discuss, debate and share information on the pertinent issues facing these key stakeholders at this crucial time for the shipping sector.
Ship operator members of BIMCO and VDR will receive a 50% discount.
Contact the events team for details of special rates available for ship owners, operators and managers by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or call +44 1329 825335.
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