BIMCO’s Deputy Secretary General Søren Larsen and Chief Shipping Analyst Peter Sand will be visiting Odessa, Ukraine to participate at the Grain & Maritime Days on 24 – 25 May 2018 at Black Sea Shevchenko Park Hotel, Odessa, Ukraine.
Both speakers will be presenting on the first day, scheduled between 15:15 and 17:00. Søren Larsen will be presenting “Round tour in the documentary world of BIMCO” where participants will get a “guided” tour in BIMCO’s ongoing work with contracts and clauses, that facilitates global seaborne trade.
Peter Sand’s presentation titled “Is the dry bulk industry still on track for profitability in 2019?” will give a detailed view into the Road to Recovery for the dry bulk shipping industry. The presentation will bring the participants up to speed on the latest supply and demand developments for the global dry bulk shipping market.
Chief Shipping Analyst Peter Sand comments: “The Road to Recovery for the dry bulk shipping industry is as relevant as ever, with 2018 providing a window of opportunity for the shipowners with low fleet growth and higher demand growth. This is the year for shipowners to reap the benefits of the improved fundamental balance in the market which ensures that the ongoing recovery is not derailed”.
About the event
The Grain & Maritime Days in Odessa gathers up to 500 top managers of grain and maritime industries, agricultural enterprises, traders, ship owners, forwarders, brokers, logisticians, global experts, representatives of international industrial organizations and associations from over 30 countries.
BIMCO’s shipping market analysis team uses global economics as a starting point for analysing all seaborne trades. By analysing the commercial markets for dry bulkers, tankers and containerships, they assist management, members and clients with insight into many different aspects of the global shipping industry.
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