The 2016 Danish Maritime Forum included a number of high-level panel discussions and key notes featuring key business leaders, top government officials and prominent experts. They served to set the context and highlighted the most significant challenges and opportunities in the global economy. You may see them here.
Over the course of two days, more than 200 global key leaders convened for the Danish Maritime Forum in Copenhagen to discuss the most significant challenges and opportunities that lie ahead for the global economy, the maritime industry and society. Here are some reflection points.
What will the future of the global maritime industry look like when the fundamentals are changing? This will be the key question when more than 200 of the most influential leaders from all parts of the global maritime value chain convene for the Danish Maritime Forum in Copenhagen over the next two days.
Today marks the beginning of Danish Maritime Days 2016. Over the course of the next five days, participants from all around the world will discuss some of the most important challenges and opportunities within the global maritime industry at more than 50 independent events.
More than 200 global key leaders from all parts of the maritime value chain will meet in Copenhagen for the Danish Maritime Forum on 26-27 October. Together they will discuss the most significant challenges and opportunities that lie ahead for the global economy, the maritime industry and society.
On 26 October Swedish Maritime Technology Forum and Green Ship of the Future have invited MAN Diesel & Turbo, GKN Aerospace, Hoedtke, Alfa Laval and OSK Shiptech to discuss the potential for added value if applying 3D print and/or AM in maritime.
Danish Shipowners’ Association, Danish Maritime, Blue INNOship, Green Ship of the Future and Carbon War Room invite you to join for a panel discussion on shipping’s low carbon future at Danish Maritime Days on 24 October.
Danish Minister of Business and Growth, Mr. Troels Lund Poulsen will, tohether with the Director General and CEO of the Danish Shipowners' Association, Anne H. Steffensen, Executive Manager of Danish Maritime, Cecilie Lykkegaard and CEO of Danish Ports, Bjørn B. Christiansen, officially open the Danish Maritime Fair 2016.
On Tuesday October 25, during Danish Maritime Days, the Danish Shipowners' Association will host a seminar focused on free trade and global shipping. The Danish Minister for Foreign Affairs, Kristian Jensen will lead the discussion on how we can ensure – and further strengthen – free trade of goods and services.