Global Ports Forum presents - 2nd Executive Workshop on Advanced Shipping Business,
May 18-19 2017 Singapore
2nd Executive Workshop on Advanced Shipping Business, May 18-19 2017 Singapore
About the course
This course helps participants to understand the elements common to all sectors of Shipping. In particular, participants will see the interaction between the various players involved in the shipment process. This course will help participants to understand the general process involved in International Shipping. Participants interested understanding more about Shipping or Trading may consider taking this course. It also provides a foundation to the Port related courses.
Key learning outcomes
- Have an overview of the key segments of the shipping industry and the ship types related to these segments. Apply this knowledge to match appropriate vessel type to cargo type.
- Describe the essentials of Maritime Geography and identify the key waterways in the world. Apply this to route planning.
- Have an understanding of vessel & voyage economics and the underlying parameters – operating costs and financing costs. Apply the concept of NPV to evaluate long term investment in assets. Apply this knowledge for the project.
- Understand the impact of Piracy on shipping
- Describe the different documents used in Shipping. Apply this knowledge in the project.
- Understand how Shipping Law applies to the business. Apply this knowledge in solving the project scenarios.
MODULE 1: SHIPPING INDUSTRY & MARKET STRUCTURE. MARITIME GEOGRAPHY & PORTS. COMMERCIAL CHARTERING
1. Why Shipping?
- Shipping Industry & Market Structure.
2. Maritime Geography, Canals, Ocean Currents & Weather
3. Ports & Terminals. Related terminology.
4. Run through on vessel types.
5. An overview of the market – historical trends and future expectations
6. The voyage charter market – structure. Spot fixtures and COAs. Offers and counter offers. recaps and charter parties
7. Time Charter market – Over view
8. Charter Party analysis – using the correct document for the trade. Protective clauses for charterers. rights and obligations of ship-owners and charterers
9. Over view of the indices & the function of BDI
MODULE 2: VESSEL & VOYAGE ECONOMICS
1. Vessel Economics
2. Port Charges methodology
3. Daily Running Costs
4. Financing Costs
- Types of financing
5. Voyage Estimation
- Comparing voyage returns by Time Charter Equivalent
6. Understanding the Statement of Facts
7. Laytime – drawing up laytime statement to your advantage and arguing your case
MODULE 3: DOCUMENTS BILLS OF LADING SALE CONTRACT & INCOTERMS
1. Bill of Lading & its Functions
- rights and obligations of ship-owners and charterers under B/L
2. Use of Letter of Indemnities to release cargo and their potential consequence
3. Incoterms – what do they do - Practice & Theory
4. The four groups and eleven terms in Incoterms 2010
5. Risk – who is responsible if the goods are lost or damaged & how does this affect Insurance policies
6. Dispute resolution – jurisdiction and choice of dispute resolution (legal process or ADR)
MODULE 4: SHIPPING ORGANISATIONS / PIRACY
1. Key Shipping Bodies
- Classification Societies role in shipping
2. Piracy the scourge.
- Effect of Piracy on stake holders – Owner Charterers and Cargo owners
Who should attend
Shipping Companies, Forwarders, Logistics companies, Intermodal Service providers; Port Authorities; Port / Terminal developers, Port operators; Banks, PE, Port Service providers; Port Equipment Suppliers; Port Designers / Planners; Port Consultants
About the Course Director
Subhangshu Dutt, a shipping veteran of more than 40 years, is presently the Executive Director for Om Maritime Pte Ltd. He was the executive Director for Krishnapatnam Port Pte Ltd from Feb 2010 to Aug 2015 where he was overall in-charge of Port Marketing.
Before that, Dutt had an illustrious career was with the Pacific International Lines (PIL) Group till 2008. From 2006-2008, Dutt was the CEO Pacific Shipping Trust (PST). PST was the first listed ship financing vehicle on the SGX. Took the company through successful IPO in May 06. During the two year term, Dutt had doubled the asset base and the revenues. From 1988 to 2006, Dutt headed Various Management Positions with the PIL Group. Till 2006, he was heading the Strategic Planning Team designing Liner networks and optimizing vessel utilization. Alliance negotiations.
From 1971 to 1988, Dutt was on board many ships as a Ship Captain and was in command of many vessels.
Dutt is Singapore Branch Vice-Chairman of the Institute of Chartered Shipbrokers (ICS). ICS is an international body of professionals in Shipping Industry. Please view http://ics.org.sg/ for more details.
Dutt is also a Director on the Board of Singapore Indian Chamber of Commerce & Industry (SICCI) SICCI. Established in 1924, SICCI is one of Singapore’s most respected and active commercial organisations today, with more than 900 members. For more details http://www.sicci.com/
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Details of GPF executive workshops/forums in the upcoming few months include:
1. Executive Workshop on Global Trade, Macroeconomic Policy and the Impact on Regional Trade and Shipping, 20-21 Feb 2017, Singapore
2. 2nd Executive Workshop on InterModal Solutions – Value Creation, USP identification & Market Positioning for Ports & Terminals, 20-21, Feb 2017, Singapore
3. 2nd Executive Workshop on Bulk Liquid Terminals, Commercial Considerations for Investment & Financing, March 6-7 2017, Singapore
4. Executive Workshop on Excel in Developing, Implementing & Managing Service Level Agreements, 13 & 14 March 2017, Singapore
5. 2nd Executive Workshop on Strategic Planning for Ports & Terminals, 3-4 April 17, Singapore.
6. Executive Workshop on Excellence in Managing Tenancies / Leases - Landlord and Tenant Obligations in Business Tenancies, Apr 4-5 2017 Singapore
7. Executive Programme on Achieving Excellence in Winning Deals & Effective Sales Management – Proven Techniques & Insights for Ports & Terminals, April 17-21, 2017, Singapore
8. 3rd Executive Workshop on Investment Strategies for Green / Brown Field Port Projects, 18-19 Apr 2017, Capetown, South Africa
9. 2nd Executive Workshop on InterModal Solutions – Value Creation, USP identification & Market Positioning for Ports & Terminals, 20-21 April 2017, Capetown, South Africa
10. 2nd Executive Workshop on Multi-Purpose Terminal Business & Operations, April 24-25, 2017, Singapore
11. Executive Workshop on Effective Concession Agreements for Ports & Terminals, 24-25 April, 2017, Singapore
12. Executive Workshop on Coal Terminals Supply Chain Developments, Trends and Operations, 27-28 April 17, Singapore
13. The Global Ports Management & Advanced Management Programs, 29 Apr-11 May 2017, Singapore
14. Executive Workshop on Dry Bulk Terminals – Commercial & Operational Excellence, 11-12 May, 2017 Singapore
15. 2nd Executive Workshop on Advanced Shipping Business, May 18-19 2017, Singapore
16. 2nd Executive Workshop on Reefer Container Logistics, May 18-19, 2017, Singapore
17. 4th Executive Workshop on Ports Financing and Investing, 7-8 June 2017, Hamburg, Germany
18. Executive Workshop on Bulk Liquid Terminals – A Comprehensive Overview for potential Investors in Asian Terminals, 8-9 Jun, 2017, Hamburg, Germany
19. An invitation to register and participate at the 3rd Global Ports Forum, Hamburg Germany from 8-9 June 2017.
20. Executive Workshop on Excellence in Negotiating & Managing Contracts, Aug 3-4 2017, Singapore
21. 5th Executive Workshop on Ports Financing and Investing, 7-8 Sep 2017, Miami, USA
22. Miami to Host the 4th Global Ports Forum, 7-8 Sep 2017, Miami, USA
23. Singapore to host the 5th Global Ports Forum, 25-26 Oct 2017, Singapore
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