INTERTANKO Vetting Seminar 7 April 2005, Athens - final programme now available

We are pleased to advise that the agenda and list of speakers are now available for the forthcoming INTERTANKO Vetting Seminar to be held in Athens on 7 April 2005. 

Amongst an excellent array of speakers at the Vetting Seminar will be Tim Knowles of International Marine Transport (IMT) talking on Tanker Management & Self Assessment (TMSA) and George Barclay of EQUASIS outlining developments for the future. 

Click here for the full agenda and time table for the Seminar.  

Attendance at the Vetting Seminar is free of charge to INTERTANKO members. Those wishing to attend the Seminar should simply advise their names and company name to Adele Garnett. 

The venue for the Vetting Seminar will the Divani Apollon Palace & Spa Hotel, 10 Ag. Nikolaou & Iliou Str. 166 71 Athens - Vouliagmeni, Athens. It will start with a buffet lunch at 12:00 hours. Click here for details of the hotel. 

Those travelling to Athens for the Vetting Seminar (or the INTERTANKO Annual Tanker event the following week) are able to book accommodation at the Divani Apollon at special corporate rates by completing the Hotel Registration Form and sending it to the Divani Apollon directly.  

Please also note that the INTERTANKO Annual Tanker Event and Annual General meeting will also be held in Athens at the same venue as the Vetting Seminar but the following week from 10 to 13 April 2005 

The Athens Tanker Event 2005 will provide delegates with analyses and updates on the world economy, and on the energy, finance and tanker markets. Industry experts will share their views and forecasts and assist business leaders and executives in building sound foundations for future decisions. Incorporating the INTERTANKO Annual General Meeting as well as Executive Committee and Council Meetings, the Athens Tanker Event 2005 will offer an outstanding opportunity to network and dialogue with leading figures in the worldwide tanker community. Click here for an overview of the Tanker event programme  

Contact: Howard Snaith