With some of the world’s biggest fleet owners, charterers and tonnage providers in attendance at The Motorship’s 39th Propulsion & Emissions Conference in Hamburg last month, the 40th edition of the Conference, looks set to be the best yet. Mark your diary now: 9-10 May 2018

With more than 120 stakeholders in attendance, including more than 25 top owners and operators, at the 2017 Conference, the organisers are already planning the 2018 event, the 40th in succession, which looks set to be a bumper event. At this year’s event, under the conference theme ‘Future proofing the global fleet’, ship owners and operators – representing a combined fleet of more than 1,900 vessels on stage (and much more in the room) – focused on their response to environmental regulatory issues including SOx, NOx and CO2 emissions reduction as well as ballast water treatment. Assisted by some of the world’s leading technology providers and industry specialists, timely topics including digitalisation and hybridisation were explored while advances in key technology areas – including engines, turbochargers, fuels and cylinder lubrication – were discussed.

The attendees list read like the Who’s Who of the shipping industry and included: IMO, Maersk Line, Hapag Lloyd, Hamburg Sud, Carnival Corporation, Mitsui OSK, ER Schiffahrt, Columbus Shipmanagement, Scandlines, DFDS, DNV GL, Bureau Veritas, BIMCO, VDR, Man Diesel & Turbo, WinGD, ABB, ABS, KBB and many more besides.

All sponsorship packages include a Corporate Branding and Awareness sponsorship as standard and a dedicated account manager is on hand to take you through the packages or to offer a variety of options and bespoke packages to suit your requirements. The sooner you book, the longer your company is promoted to past, present and potential delegates.

Contact the events team now and make sure your company has the chance to reach the world’s top operators in and environment conducive to business opportunities and networking.

For further information contact the Events team on +44 1329 825335 or email conferences@propulsionconference.com.

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