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Shipping Strategies towards 2030

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Duración: 4 Jul, 2022 - 6 Jul, 2022
Idioma: Inglés
Horas: 28
Precio: 1.800€ (+ IVA en su caso)
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This 3 day session will provide maritime business leaders with an up-to-date overview of the changing strategic landscape in shipping, the post-pandemic fall-out, how to identify and capitalize on new opportunities as well as spot and mitigate new threats.

Although shipping has been a vibrant industry for centuries, the changes in the global business and social landscape brought on by the 4th industrial revolution is causing many old truisms in the industry to fail.

During these three days we will take a closer look at the nature of the underlying changes and dive deeper into where exactly in the path of transformation a range of key elements and technologies are in terms of maturity and adoption in the industry. This includes an up-to-date overview of the actual tools and systems currently being deployed into actual business contexts

And whilst the changes will clearly provide multiple threats, they are equally opening a range of new strategic opportunities – both for existing stakeholders such as shipping lines, brokers, ports etc. as well as for new emerging players, especially in the digital realm. The opportunities abound for large players and niche players alike, but have to be embraced and harnessed.

All shipping sectors will be considered: tramp, liner, support vessels, ferries, cruise etc., however the key focus will be on tramp shipping.

Day 1 - 4 July 22

09.00-10.30 h. Outlining the key strategic changes impacting the shipping industry in 2022-2025, in 2025-2030 and in 2030-2050 and the different nature of these changes.

10:30-10:45 h. Coffee break

10.45-12.15 h. The current status of the IoT transformation and current technical opportunities and what this will change in the next few years.

12.15-13.00 h. Lunch

13.00-14.15 h. The current status of what can broadly be termed “digital trade platforms”, their positioning and their impact in the coming years.

14.15-14.30 h. Coffee break

14.30-16.00 h. The current status of what can broadly be termed “analytics” including Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning, their positioning and their impact in the coming years.

Day 2 - 5 July 22

09.00-10.30 h. The current status of what can broadly be termed “data management and standards” including blockchain, their positioning and their impact in the coming years.

10:30-10:45 h. Coffee break

10.45-12.15 h. The current status of electronic documentation and how digitalization will change documentation, financing and payment processes in the shipping sector.

12.15-13.00 h. Lunch

13.00-14.15 h. The current status of what can broadly be termed “environment” including IMO2023, emissions and the IMO 2050 goals on CO2 – and what role digitalization will play in this transition.

14.15-14.30 h. Coffee break

14.30-16.00 h. How should the industry deal with the threat of cyber attacks?

Day 5 - 6 July 22

09.00-10.30 h. How to build scenarios for identifying risks and opportunities in shipping sector going forward – including exercise.

10:30-10:45 h. Coffee break

10.45-12.15 h. How to build scenarios for identifying risks and opportunities in shipping sector going forward – including exercise

12.15-13.00 h. Lunch

13.00-14.15 h. How to build scenarios for identifying risks and opportunities in shipping sector going forward – Wrap-up of exercise

14.15-14.30 h. Coffee break

14.30-16.00h. Discussion: What are the new emerging digital value propositions towards customers and suppliers as a consequence of the changes happening?

As a result of attending this program participants will:

  • Understand the path the industry was already on prior to the pandemic
  • Understand which elements the pandemic has changed strategically – but importantly also understand which elements might be extremely important in the midst of the pandemic but is ultimately not of strategic importance
  • Have a framework for analyzing their own position and strategy in the light of a post-pandemic world and see which adjustments might be necessary.

Lars Jensen

  • Leading expert in the container shipping industry.
  • CEO Partner Vespucci Maritime.
  • Strategic Advisor Mizzen Group.
  • Maritime Security Advisor.
  • Partner & CCO LinerGrid.
  • Course fee: 1.800 € (VAT not included).
  • Location: Hotel "Hospes Puerta de Alcalá"
    • Plaza de la Independencia, 3. 28001 Madrid. Alcalá hall.
  • More info and registrations: Tel. 0034 91 577 40 25 info@ime.es     
  • Dates: 4-6 July 2022 (9-16 h.).
  • Discounts available for groups and former students.

CURSO PRESENCIAL

Duración: 4 Jul, 2022 - 6 Jul, 2022
Idioma: Inglés
Horas: 28
Precio: 1.800€ (+ IVA en su caso)

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Duración: 4 Jul, 2022 - 6 Jul, 2022
Idioma: Inglés
Horas: 28
Precio: 1.800€ (+ IVA en su caso)

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