Lights!! Cameras!! Action!!!!
No, this was not a movie set in Hollywood, but Posidonia 2022 which exceeded all expectations in terms of attendance and in ENERGY!! While much of the conversation both in the conference halls and throughout the exhibition was about reducing the amount of energy required to propel and service vessels, the HUMAN energy was boundless (and, hopefully, renewable!).
SHIPPINGInsight was honored to be part of this kinetic environment with our New Tech Pavilion showcasing industry solutions for many of their thorniest problems (our hallmark for October’s event in Stamford) plus our world-renowned SHARK TANK which was SRO (standing room only!).
We learned a lot at Posidonia, especially how SHIPPINGInsight has an important role to play in propelling our industry forward through this decade of disruption. We bring fleet managers and solution providers together in meaningful ways that promote an interactive discussion leading to pathways of change. We provide a forum where shipowners can input to solutions and technology can explain its results. Our format is completely integrated to form ONE community looking for answers to meet the “Decade of Demand”.
We also provide the fun!!! By popular request, we will feature a Celebrity Karaoke Night plus a Band Jam Night!! So dust off the vocals, bring your guitar picks, drumsticks and more to SHIPPINGInsight 2022 in Stamford, Connecticut October 11-13th!!
Who knows, maybe the maritime stars will shine!!
| Carleen Lyden Walker|
Chief Evolution Officer
IMO Maritime Ambassador
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Demand for Alternative Fuels
Shipping shown potential fuel cell retrofit pathway
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Source: Seatrade Maritime News
Demand for Decarbonization
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|Demand for Compliance|
|Scrubber-Fitted Ships See Huge Savings as Fuel Spread Widens 2022-06-14- Ship-owners that invested in pollution-reducing equipment to let them burn dirtier fuel are enjoying massive discounts due to a supply glut. . . READ MORE|
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|For partnership and exhibiting information in the SHIPPINGInishgt New Tech Pavilion, please contact Rebecca Tribelli at firstname.lastname@example.org|