What’s the one thing that will make the most difference to your business in 2020?
Download our ebook to hear from 23 Industry Leaders on what they think…
Although signs of slow recovery in the global maritime sector this year brought relief to an industry that has been depressed in recent years, some industry leaders are holding onto cautious optimism that the global maritime industry will start to ease in 2018, encouraged by indicators such as the recovering energy sector. The digitalisation wave also signals renewed opportunities for players to explore and implement innovative ways to operate with maximum efficiency and effectiveness.
In this eBook, you will learn the opinions of our 23 industry leaders sharing their views on the outlook, opportunities and threats in 2018, digital disruptors, digitalisation and the new normal in the maritime industry in Asia.
Contributors of this eBook include ARDMORE SHIPPING CORPORATION; ASSOCIATION OF MARINE INDUSTRIES MALAYSIA & BOUSTEAD HEAVY INDUSTRIES CORPORATION; BAIRD PUBLICATIONS; BALTIC AND INTERNATIONAL MARITIME COUNCIL (BIMCO); DP WORLD; DUALOG; ENIRAM - A WARTSILA COMPANY; FUTURENAUTICS; GIMHWAK ENTERPRISE SDN BHD; INDIAN REGISTRY OF SHIPPING; INDONESIAN NATIONAL SHIPOWNERS ASSOCIATION (INSA)/ INDONESIAN CHAMBER OF COMMERCE AND INDUSTRY (KADIN); INTERNATIONAL SHIPPING AND LABOUR COOPERATION J.S. COMPANY (INLACO SAIGON); ISTHMUS BUREAU OF SHIPPING; JOSEPH TAN JUDE BENNY LLP; LORENTZEN & STEMOCO AS; MARITIME ASSOCIATION OF SHIP OWNERS, SHIP MANAGERS & AGENTS (MASSA) & ANGLO EASTERN SHIP; METHANOL INSTITUTE (MI); NETHERLANDS MARITIME TECHNOLOGY ; RCL FEEDER; STARINDO CAPRICORN SHIPPING PTE LTD; VIETNAM SHIPBUILDING ASSOCIATION (VISIA); WEICHAI SINGAPORE PTE LTD
We hope that you find our eBook interesting and that you will join us at Asia Pacific Maritime (APM) 2020, Singapore, for more insights.