Join more than 30 leading operators, together with other industry stakeholders, for a technical programme that will highlight cost savings and performance enhancing solutions and which includes operator panel discussions and multiple networking and knowledge sharing opportunities.

With companies such as Maersk Line, Peter Döhle Schiffahrts, John T. Essberger, Hapag Lloyd, MOL, Columbus Shipmanagement, E.R. Schiffahrt GmbH & Co. KG, Scandlines, Costamere Shipping Company, Leonhardt & Blumberg, DFDS together with the IMO, BIMCO, VDR, Danish Shipowners, DNV GL, Burearu Veritas, MAN Diesel & Turbo, WinGD, Caterpillar and many more blue chip companies coming together to discuss technical advances and first-hand experiences that will equip the industry to ‘future-proof’ the global merchant fleet, Hamburg is the place to be next week.

The 39th Propulsion & Emissions Conference will inform participants on a range of efficiency measures to reduce operational costs and to optimise fleet performance. Building or retrofitting vessels fit for the future, whatever it may hold, is more challenging than ever before. Environmental regulations, economic pressures and technological advances are already reshaping how the global merchant fleet is fuelled, powered and equipped.

Bringing together owners/operators and equipment manufacturers to discuss technical advances and in-the-field experiences, the Conference has become a firm meeting point in the calendar for the shipping industry and, with an ever-growing number of ship operators confirming their attendance, this year’s event will again deliver a high-calibre audience of fleet directors, technical and managing directors, all looking for solutions to the ongoing challenges the industry is facing.

Delegates will benefit from hearing a round-up of the latest technical developments and case studies on cost saving and emission reducing innovations from industry leading operators, suppliers and classification societies

View the full programme here now.

Delegates wishing to join, who have not booked their place are welcome to register either online here, or call the events team for further information on +44 1329 825335.

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