With icebreaking of Australian coal import to China, the Australia shipping market shows signs of prosperity. The lack of understanding and familiarity with the market rules and ship inspection characteristics of the Australian route may cause great losses to shipping enterprises and further discourage the enthusiasm of shipping companies in operating the Australian route.
In this seminar, we will invite experts and scholars from the shipping industry as well as representatives of classification society and shipping service providers to share their experience of the operation and management of Australian shipping lines.
Theme：Experience sharing on operation and management of voyages to Australia
Organizers：China Shipowners' Association, Xinde Marine News
Time：March 1st, 14:00-16:30 (GMT+8）
Place：Online via VooV Meeting (ID: 277-782-511)
14:00-14:10 Opening Speech
Speakers: Wang Siyong, Executive deputy Secretary-General, China Shipowners' Association
14:10-14:30 Analysis of Australia shipping market
Alastiar Stevenson, Head of Digital Analysis, Simpson Spence Young
14:30-14:50 How to cope with Rightship inspection in Australia?
Vivien Gu，Tanker Market Analyst, Simpson Spence Young
14:50-15:10 Notes and regular characteristics of PSC inspection in Australian ports
Speaker: Wang Hualiang, CCS Australia Office
15:10-15:30 Discussion on attribution of ship biofouling liability for biological pollution management in Australia
Speaker: Alex Zhan, COSCO (H.K.) SHIPPING CO., LIMITED
15:30-16:30 Panel Discussion
Key points and experience sharing on ship operation and management of Australian routes
Gary Chen, founder and CEO of Xinde Marine
The speakers and
Capt. Zhao Xiang,
Deputy Manager of Ship Management department, Nanjing Tanker Corporation
Capt. Jiang Xiaoping,
Manager of Customer Management Office, COSCO SHIPPING Bulk Co., Ltd.
Capt. Shivaram P H,
Group Head–Bulk, Synergy Marine Group
Superintendent/CE, Shanghai CP International Ship Management & Broker Company Limited
Capt. Zhang Hao,
Marine superintendentt, Huayang Maritime Center