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Shipping China 2006

From: Tradewinds
Subject: Shipping China 2006
Date: Fri, 24 Feb 2006 19:22:59 -0500 (EST)

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Dear colleague,


China's astonishing industrialisation drive triggered the biggest freight rate boom in shipping history. Western firms are cashing in but increasingly local companies are flexing their muscles and seizing more and more of the action. Who are the new Chinese ship owners and shipbuilders and do they play to international rules? How transparent are their ownership structures and decision-making processes and what are their ambitions. The bottom line for a country that has almost single-handedly kept the world out of recession is this: how long can the economic miracle last?

Come and find out the answer to these questions as top Chinese executives and their Western counterparts discuss the present - and the future...at the Shipping China 2006 conference at the Four Seasons Hotel in Shanghai, 2nd – 3rd March 2006, jointly organised by TradeWinds and Mare Forum. To view the programme please visit: http://www.mareforum.com/China_Shipping_2006_Conference_Brochure.pdf

The number of available places is limited. To register please visit  http://www.mareforum.com/china_shipping_registration_2006.htm  or send an email to: address@hidden

Shipping China 2006 is kindly sponsored by: DNV, V.Ships, Lloyd's Register, Winmar, Ernst Russ, Germanischer Lloyd, König & Cie, Wikborg Rein, RINA, Asian Star Anchor Chain and PMAC United.

Shipping China 2006 will focus on:

·         China and the world economy

·         Focus on Chinese Trade

·         Shipping markets and China

·         The view from the bridge: top executives tell us what to expect from their companies and give their views on the wider shipping environment

·         Made in China – the local shipbuilding bonanza

·         Joint ventures and strategic alliances – the future?

·         The new breed of shipping entrepreneurs – how do they think business is being done differently now – and in the future

·         How can we create further win-win situations for Chinese and foreign shipping industries and is there a cultural misunderstanding between the two sides?

An updated conference programme is available here: http://www.mareforum.com/china_shipping_programme_2006.htm


Speakers and panellists confirmed:

Lu Haihu – Chairman Shanghai International Port (Group) Co. Ltd, Yuan Yumin, Chairman of the Board, Lonwon Port Group, Kingsley Koo - Senior Vice President Southern Region, ABS, Sergey Frank – President and CEO Sovcomflot, Basil Papachristidis - Chairman, Hellespont Steamship Corp., Dong Jianzhong – Partner, Welton Hazz Shipbrokers, Liang Xiaolei – President, Sino Pacific Heavy Industries, Tobias Koenig - Managing Partner, König & Cie. GmbH & Co. KG., Roberto Giorgi - President V.Ships, Coco Vroon – Managing Director Vroon BV, Klas Eklund – Chief Economist SEB, Martin Stopford – Board Member Clarksons, Dimitris Koukas – Managing Director Optima Shipbrokers, Denis Petropoulos – Head of Tankers Braemar Seascope, Arthur Bowring – Managing Director Hong Kong Shipowners Association, Ove Røssland – President Umoe Schat Harding, Terry Macalister – Columnist TradeWinds, Bernard Dognaux – Secretary General European Marine Equipment Council, Ugo Salerno – CEO RINA, Paul Leand – CEO & Managing Director AMA Capital Partners LLC, Tor Svensen – Chief Operations Officer Det Norske Veritas, Sander Scheepens – Head of Investment Management Asia DVB Bank AG & Agent for the Shipping Funds in Asia, Alan Williams - General Manager for P.R. China Marine Business Lloyd’s Register Asia and many others to confirm...


To reserve a room at the Four Seasons Hotel at a discounted rate, please download reservations form from: http://www.mareforum.com/china_shipping_registration_2006.htm alternatively email reservations dept: address@hidden quoting “Shipping China 2006”

If you need a letter to support your VISA application we would be happy to supply it.

We look forward to your participation.

Yours sincerely,


Jannis Kostoulas

Trond Lillestølen

Managing Director


Mare Forum


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