Analyzing global trade, industry trends and the implementation of technology in container shipping
Marcus Meissner, Camelot Managing Partner and Logistics Expert, is invited to attend the 4th Annual Global Liner Shipping Asia in Singapore as a Senior Logistics Expert, which takes place in Novotel Clarke Quay, 10 to 11 September 2015 in Singapore. This year’s conference is promising many highlights as well as various networking activities with the keynote panel on: “Gain critical insights into vessel trends, global trade patterns and the implementation of new technology in the supply chain”. The “afternoon task force tables” consist of group work, working to build mind maps and tackle key industry issues from port congestion to supply chain data transparency. Panels during the conference focus on three major topics: “Mapping out the future for container shipping, Containerization International’s Data Hub and Megavessels: Is bigger really better?”
In the “Shippers’ corner” companies can review their customers’ requirements and explore ways to deliver better service. We are pleased to say that Camelot has been globally recognized as a thought leader in the Middle East region as we are currently working with governmental bodies such as MODON (Saudi Industrial Property Authority) and RCJY (Royal Commission at Jubail and Yanbu) to setup multi modal terminals in their industrial cities across Saudi Arabia. By accepting invitations from well-known organizations as the Port of Singapore Authority offering Camelot the opportunity of a port tour, we are taking the possibility to present our logistics projects and to discuss current industry trends in container shipping in Middle East and Asia. If you wish to receive further information on our projects, kindly get in contact with us.
Further highlights at this event are:
- Keynote panel: “Mapping out the future for container shipping” includes senior representatives of PIL, PSA, Cargill & Agility
- Intra-Asia players give critical insight: DAMCO, X-Press Feeders & MCC examine megavessels, feedering models, growth in regional trade lanes and solutions to overcapacity
- View from the bridge: Hear a raw executive account of pressing industry issues as CI interview Jeremy Nixon, CEO of NYK Line live on stage
- Shippers’ corner: Review your customers’ requirements and explore ways to deliver better service with contributions from BAT, Telstra, Evonik, PZ Cussons & the European Shippers’ Council