Danish maritime week planned

May 02 2014

Between 6th and 10th October this year, the Danish shipping cluster will be coming together for Danish Maritime Days - claimed to be a major new event for the global maritime industry.

It will bring together a broad spectrum of leaders from across the industry with the objective to find new solutions to the most important challenges facing the industry today and in the future, the organisers said.
Many events, including conferences, briefings, exhibitions, symposia, company visits, receptions and dinners, are planned throughout the week.
The week has been planned to be a global platform for collaboration across the industry – shipowners, bankers and other investors, shipyards, suppliers, brokers, lawyers, shipmanagement, insurance, ports and various service providers – as well as regulators and other important stakeholders and opinion shapers. 
According to the organisers, it will include events on new technologies, Arctic shipping, international trade and development, piracy, recruitment, education, offshore shipping and more.
The inaugural Danish Maritime Forum is planned to be the major event during the week. The purpose of this high-level, by-invitation-only summit is to bring together leaders in the global maritime industry with policy makers, experts and other influential decision makers to discuss how to enhance future profitability while strengthening the role and positive impact of the maritime industry on sustainable growth and development. It will take place on 8th-9th October, 2014.
Danish Maritime Days is intended to be an annual event, taking place in and around Copenhagen and across Denmark. 

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