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Delegates
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Exhibitors & Sponsors
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Media

A MUST-ATTEND CYBER SECURITY EVENT OF THE YEAR

The shipping industry has taken quite a hammering from the pandemic covid-19 in the context of global uncertainties fueled by trade tensions, geopolitical conflicts and increasingly stringent environmental regulations. According to the recent data from Lloyd’s List Intelligence, new building orders are forecast to hit a 50-year low point in 2020.

How can we navigate the uncertainties and brace for the future challenges in the coming decade and beyond? Taking place on 5-6 November 2020 in Guangzhou, the Future Shipping Asia Summit (FSAS2020) is going to bring together more than 300 ship owners, shipbuilders, port operators, regulatory bodies and suppliers in China, Japan, South Korea, Singapore, Thailand, India, USA, Europe and Middle East to discuss the most concerned topics of the shipping industry post pandemic and share their insights into the future shipping prospects.

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Regulatory Policies Update


Ship Financing and Investment

Green Ship Engineering and Technology

Marine Fuels and Alternatives

Digitalization and Connectivity

Future Port Operation

SPEAKERS INVITED

WHY ATTEND?

WHO WILL YOU REACH?

BY SECTOR

Shipowners I Shippers I Charters I Ship Management I Shipyards

Classification Society I Banks I Lessors I Suppliers etc..

Regulatory Bodies I Industry Associations

BY JOB FUNCTION

SPONSORS & PARTNERS

INDUSTRY NEWS

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China’s Hudong starts building 2nd LNG bunkering vessel

Samsung Heavy, SKT Ace 5G-Based Remote Control Ship Test

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Qatar Petroleum inks huge China LNG carrier deal