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Overview

 

 

Buffeted by almost a decade of generally lacklustre markets in the wake of the global financial crisis and watching as resurgent protectionist impulses threaten world trade growth, the shipping industry finds itself confronted by an unprecedented combination of challenges. 

 

Chief among these are the need to control emissions and decarbonise, navigate the risks and opportunities presented by technological innovation, and continue funding itself despite the apparent near-demise of traditional bank finance. In the face of all this, what’s an independent shipowner to do?

 

The Lloyd’s List Greek Shipping Forum brings these questions to Greece, home of the world’s largest independent shipowner community. The forum will try to better define some of the potential answers.

 

For decades, Greek owners collectively have been at the top in the dry bulk and tanker markets. Increasingly, they have also become front-row players in the containership and LNG sectors. The ongoing expansion of Greek-controlled shipping capacity may be the best evidence of all that reports of the death of the independent owner are premature, but continued success will depend upon the famed adaptability of Greek shipping as never before.

 

The forum will try to better define some of the potential answers

 

 

Key Topics for Discussion

 

 

This forum will provide exclusive analysis by Lloyd’s List Intelligence of the outlook for the main market sectors, the shipbuilding market and today’s changing trade dynamics.

 

Bringing together shipowners and outside experts, the panel of speakers will share their views on all the key challenges and risks likely to determine the future for shipowners:

 

  • Can smaller and medium-sized owners any longer truly compete in an era of increasing regulatory compliance and disruptive technology?
  • Are there new tools and possible new commercial or management structures that may make the difference?
  • Are the new technologies that will really matter in our lifetimes?
  • Will owners, and the Greek maritime cluster generally, have the opportunity for a greater share of the business benefits from the new shipping requirements that are likely to emerge?
 

 

 

Why Attend?

 

Whether you are looking to keep up to date; gain an overview of areas of growth, understand innovation in maritime or simply looking to expand your network our forum can help you.

 

 

Why Sponsor?

 

Sponsorship of the Lloyd's List Greek Shipping Forum places your company in a position of authority and enables you to build and strengthen your relationships, visibility and reputation with major leading innovators within maritime.

 

 Register    Sponsor the forum    
 

General enquiries
Jo Kirkpatrick
Jo.Kirkpatrick@informa.com
+44 (0) 20 7017 7180

 

 

 

Sponsorship enquiries
Natasha Dwyer
Natasha.Dwyer@informa.com
+44 (0) 20 7551 9175

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

Have any questions? Speak to a specialist.

Have any questions? Speak to a specialist

For any questions relating specifically to the Lloyd's List Innovation Forum, please contact Jo Kirkpatrick

Alternatively, please reach out to us via the form below and we'll get back to you shortly.

For sponsorship opportunities at the Lloyd's List Innovation Forum please contact Natasha Dwyer:

 

Tel: +44 (0) 20 7551 9175

Email: natasha.dwyer@informa.com