Why attend in 2018?
Salvage contracting and legal developments
Analyse the final versions of the BIMCO/ISCO spill response contracts.
Gauge industry opinion on whether salvage contracting will really change.
What steps ensure effective management of salvage claims? What should shipowners be asking insurers?
Who will you meet?
Forge new business connections and network with existing contacts including salvage companies & contractors, port & state authorities, insurance companies (P&I, H&M), shipowners, technology providers, and lawyers, consultants and surveyors.
Geographical focus: casualty management
Understand the different salvage requirements across Asia, with regional focus sessions on China and India.
Work through case studies on wreck removal, managing fire fighting on large vessels and how to mitigate damage after fire or flood.
Input from over 100 industry representatives from the Asia-Pacific region.
Wreck removal and salvage engineering
Application of the Nairobi Wreck Removal Convention.
How to be cost effective and prevent environmental damage.
What are the places of refuge? With a focus on strategies for co-ordination and managing casualties in the Malacca Straits.
Reef remediation: groundings and casualties on reef- what are the best practices?
A practical guide to managing liquefaction of bulk cargoes seminar
Guidelines and regulations for bulk cargoes at risk of liquefaction: updates and revisions to IMSBC Code.
Verifying cargo – how to equip the master with knowledge and confidence to reject suspect cargoes.
The seminar is separately bookable from the the main conference, and offers an additional in-depth day on the practicalities of managing liquefaction of cargo.
Keep the conversation going!
Take advantage of the premier industry meeting place in Asia with an interactive agenda and speaking opportunities plus the opportunity to book up to 121 meetings.
Expand your network with scheduled networking events including: business card exchange, lunches, drink receptions and coffee breaks.
Join us in 2018 to meet senior representatives from across the salvage chain
Salvage & Wreck Asia event highlights
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Pushing the envelope
We are thrilled to be able to introduce to you our new Pushing the Envelope series – a collaborative effort between KNect365 Maritime and Lloyd's List Maritime Intelligence. This first issue brings together four insightful pieces from Lloyd's List journalists, each taking a different approach to the theme of safety in the shipping sector.
What you will find inside:
Why it's time to pull maritime safety out of the dark ages
Fire prevention in the dock after Maersk Honam inferno
Fighting fire with facts
Raising the alarm on Ecdis
The Salvage & Wreck Asia networking experience
Business card exchange
Take this opportunity to meet your fellow delegates and exchange business cards.
Network development lunch
Mix it up this lunchtime and meet new faces during this enhanced networking feature. Dine and get to know new industry peers during this lunchtime activity.
Audience engagement platform
Have your say and join in the debate. Ask your pressing questions to the speakers and put forward questions to fellow attendees.
VIP relationship management is a key part of what makes our events so unique and so valuable to our partners. For 2018, select shipowners can attend this event for free as VIP guests and as a result will make up a significant portion of our audience. Terms and conditions apply.
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To apply for your free place, please contact Thomas Martins at firstname.lastname@example.org.