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08:00 - 08:45 45 mins
Registration & Coffee
08:45 - 08:50 5 mins
Joint Sessions with Green Ship Technology
Welcome Remarks - GST & Shipping2030 Team
08:50 - 09:00 10 mins
Joint Sessions with Green Ship Technology
Chair's Opening Remarks
09:00 - 09:30 30 mins
Joint Sessions with Green Ship Technology
Keynote Presentation
09:30 - 09:45 15 mins
Joint Sessions with Green Ship Technology
Keynote Address
09:45 - 10:00 15 mins
Joint Sessions with Green Ship Technology
Digitalization Address
10:00 - 10:45 45 mins
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Joint Sessions with Green Ship Technology
The Crystal Ball I Collaborating with the supply chain to take advantage of new opportunities in the shipping sector

With a drive on sustainability and regulatory compliance, hand in glove with the digitalization of the maritime industry, we open Conference proceedings looking specifically at what steps the supply chain is taking to meet new challenges and take advantages of new opportunities in the market.

  • Assessing the impact of regulation and compliance pressures on operational economics and the fleet’s bottom line
  • Going above and beyond – how can the industry meet the expectations of what digitalization can deliver upon?
  • Forecasting the growth opportunities for the fleet to capitalize on
  • What lessons have we learnt from that we can apply to work more collaboratively with the supply chain to reap the financial benefits?
10:45 - 11:15 30 mins
Morning Refreshment Break & Networking
11:15 - 11:20 5 mins
Shipping2030
Chair's Welcome to Shipping2030
11:15 - 11:20 5 mins
Green Ship Technology
Chair's Welcome to Green Ship Technology
11:20 - 12:05 45 mins
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Shipping2030
Breaking Down The Silos I How does the shipping industry move forward with digitalization?

With new trends, processes and technologies constantly evolving the competitive market, how can the shipping industry benefit from the advances that digital transformation is delivering?

  • Defining what the new digital mesh looks like
  • Determining the tipping point from maintaining competitive edge whilst innovating
  • Outlining the economic benefits of digitalization
  • Discussing the parameters to measure digitalization rate of success to ensure uniformity with business strategy
11:20 - 11:35 15 mins
Green Ship Technology
Regulatory Round Up I Key outcomes from MEPC73
11:35 - 12:05 30 mins
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Green Ship Technology
Thoughts from the Regulators

In this discussion, hear the thoughts from the regulators on some of the anticipated challenges that the industry is facing in wake of regulatory updates and compliance issues. Pose your questions direct to the policy makers.

12:05 - 12:50 45 mins
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Shipping2030
Digital Strategy I Linking every cent of digital investment to the business case

The focus for the shipping sector is to innovate, whilst maintaining the bottom line. Now that digitalization is a reality across the industry, we look more specifically at the process to implement digital strategy. This bespoke session will enable delegates to leave with the crucial takeaways to implement digital strategy.

  1. What is the vision piece?
  2. Outlining the business model and end goal
  3. Defining the platforms, tools, people and technology needed
  4. Carrying out implementation and integration
  5. Validating recommendations using analytic tools
12:05 - 12:50 45 mins
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Green Ship Technology
GHG Strategy I We’ve talked the talk and now we have to walk the walk

With MEPC72 initiating adoption of a 2050 deadline to reduce emissions by 50% compared to 2008, what are the methods, processes and next steps the industry has to take to realise this vision?

  • Strategic lessons learnt from compliance obstacles over the past 5 years
  • What are the feasible steps that the industry need to factor in?
  • Discussing the impact on fleet components to meet the standards set out
  • Addressing the differences and similarities in processes to develop short to long-term measures
12:50 - 13:50 60 mins
Networking Lunch
13:50 - 14:30 40 mins
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Shipping2030
Leading & Managing Change I Creating an internal environment of stability and security in the midst of digital change

Technology is not an opt in option; it is happening with or without consent. With new technology comes change and with change, comes fear. We discuss strategies to manage out fear and manage in digital change & integration.

  • How do companies anticipate challenges in the face of change from the onset of digital?
  • Defining what change looks like from an employee point of view
  • Working with the impact of digitalization in conjunction with everyday processes and in turn what this means for people
  • Discussing the expectation from new talent and levels of skills required from employees in the face of changes that digital transformation brings
13:50 - 14:20 30 mins
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Green Ship Technology
Views From The Front I Updates on the VGP

This is your chance to pose questions regarding the VGP and what impact it will have on your ballast operations.

  • What is new and how is this different?
  • Assessing the impact of regulation changes on the VGP
  • Working through the differences – ensuring compliance across local, national and international standards
14:20 - 15:00 40 mins
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Green Ship Technology
Experience Building Phase I What is next for the industry?

As the industry enters the EBP, questions surround the outcomes and takeaways that the fleet has to answer to meet the 2019 D-2 deadline, and future compliance.

  • What are the true expectations that should come from EBP?
  • Defining the stakeholders responsible for data collection and submittal
  • Bridging the compliance gap between operators, manufactures and regulators
14:30 - 15:10 40 mins
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Shipping2030
The External Profile I Capitalizing tools through marketing, social media and PR platforms to build industry presence

Maersk. CMA CGM. Intelsat. Big names, with the brand profile to match. However, with big names comes the vulnerability of scrutiny. Any company can take advantage of using marketing, social media and external comms to their benefit, however what delivers the real results?

  • Is the comms strategy reflecting the rate of technology change?
  • What are the outcomes you are looking for from the use of these platforms?
  • How does the shipping industry use metrics and parameters to measure rate of success?
  • What will the comms strategy look like in the next 12 months?
15:00 - 15:30 30 mins
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Green Ship Technology
Contingency Planning I What happens when the system doesn’t work?

With regulation and compliance only one piece of the pie, the industry now looks towards operational factors for ballast water management. Hear the practical steps to be taken to avoid failures and mitigate operational risk.

  • Are there black and white scenarios to plan for failures?
  • Who is involved? Whose responsibility do failures fall to?
  • Outlining the expectations from problem solving and integrating lessons learnt into process efficiency
15:10 - 15:30 20 mins
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Shipping2030
Digital Integration I Taking advantage of the tangible benefits that digitalization is bringing to the fleet

Hear a case direct from an operator who has been able to curate, plan, implement and deliver a digital transformation approach and strategy and hear the real-time results in maintaining the bottom line.

15:30 - 16:00 30 mins
Afternoon Refreshment Break & Networking
16:00 - 16:45 45 mins
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Shipping2030
Staying Connected I What can the industry learn from satellite communication integration to drive operational efficiency?

In a world where there are new players in the sat comms world coming onto the market daily, hear how operators and owners have benefitted from these technologies and how it has enhanced ship to land interface.

  • Taking it back to basics – what did we need to learn from connectivity technology integration? What was the proposed return on investment?
  • How do we rate success? Outlining the parameters to be used to measure the effectiveness of connectivity technologies
  • Analysing the risk profile of greater connectivity technologies and how to mitigate transparency threats
16:00 - 16:40 40 mins
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Green Ship Technology
People & Training I How do operators drive engagement and reliability for a BWMS?

In a world of a revolving operating environment and levels of ‘knock-on’ crews, how does the operation of a BWMS remain consistent?

  • Who does the responsibility fall to, to train people and enable little disruption to operations?
  • Duty of care – how does management ensure a well-skilled crew can provide consistent process control over a BWMS?
  • Defining a training programme that is quick to facilitating crew
16:40 - 17:20 40 mins
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Green Ship Technology
Biofouling I Moving towards total compliance

With the Glo Fouling Project underway, and a revised spotlight to bring biofouling to the forefront, we ask questions about the current guidelines and steps towards the opportunity of enforced regulations.

  • Outlining the current perceptions of biofouling
  • What are the motivations and projected outcomes of the Glo Fouling Project?
  • Factors to consider when reviewing the current biofouling guidelines
  • Is the industry moving towards a Biofouling Convention?
16:45 - 17:00 15 mins
Shipping2030
Connectivity In Action I An example of how technology has transformed operational performance
17:00 - 17:45 45 mins
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Shipping2030
Cyber Security Wrap Up I Key takeaways from the Pre-Conference Summit

With focus on mitigating risk for potential cyber security risks, we look back at the cyber security summit and consider some of the key discussion points.

  • Regulation, compliance and market updates
  • Considering legal, insurance and risk strategy
  • How does the human element impact cyber security planning?
17:20 - 17:45 25 mins
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Green Ship Technology
A Forward View I What’s the game plan to reduce impact on marine living resources

With a global shift towards assessing the fleet and human impact on the marine environment, we close Day 1 to see what should be on the industry’s priority list.

  • Reducing ship strikes
  • How do we look to mitigate underwater noise?
  • Action plan to drive out marine plastics and litter
17:45 - 18:00 15 mins
Shipping2030
Chair's Closing Remarks
17:45 - 18:00 15 mins
Green Ship Technology
Chair's Closing Remarks
18:00 - 19:30 90 mins
Day 1 Drinks Reception
19:30 - 22:30 180 mins
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Gala Dinner
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10:45 - 11:15

Morning Refreshment Break & Networking

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