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Saturday, December 16, 2017

World Shipping (China) Summit conference to cover effect of China’s economy and trade on world shipping

This year’s World Shipping (China) Summit will be entitled “China Factor – Challenges & Opportunities.”  It will focus on the effects of China’s macro-controlled policies and where these policies are going next; on the influence of China’s economy & trade and their effect on the world’s shipping industry; on measures to confront and manage the impact of, and to exploit the opportunities of these challenges.

The Summit conference will be held 1-2 November at the Pudong Shangri-La Hotel, Shanghai and will be co-organized by China’s COSCO Group, Drewry, Maritime China and Journal of Commerce.

Intertanko and Intercargo, as well as the China Shipowners’ Association are ‘Honouring Organizers’ of the 2005 Summit.

It will consist of six sessions entitled as follows:
One: Overview of Economy, Trade & Shipping
Two: Top Voices From the Shipping Industry
Three: Ports and Shipping – Interactive Partnership
Four: Overview of Shipbuilding, Shipping Finance, Law and Policy
Five: Liner Shipping and Logistics
Six: Energy, Resources and Shipping

Detailed information on the Summit is available here.

Alternatively, contact the Joint Intercargo/Intertanko Secretariat for the Introduction, Registration Form and Hotel Reservation Form.

Contact: Xianyong Zhou