Maritime leaders to gather at 3rd GreenTech in Shiping Virtual Forum
At the 3rd GreenTech Shiping Virtual Forum on March 2 and 3, 2021, major shipowners, service suppliers, research and government bodies will gather for two days of information sharing and networking.
The forum will cover a wide range of topics and speakers from various industries that are connected by a common objective: reducing carbon emissions and greening the maritime sector.
The event will start with the flagship presentation by Roger Strevens, VP of Global Sustainability at Wallenius Wilhelmsen, while the second day will begin with a keynote speech by Wolfram Guntermann, Hapag-Lloyd's Director of Regulatory Affairs, who will share his thoughts on the supply of onshore power in ports.
Cooperation and input from ports is a key component of the sector and sustainability initiatives, so the Forum will deliver an engaging panel discussion from European ports leading the sustainable transformation. In order to resolve their green initiatives, experts from the Port of Amsterdam, Port of Antwerp, Port of Helsinki and Port of Oslo will join the debate.
Without creative and cutting-edge solutions, the shipping sector will not take a greener path, so selected innovators such as First Climate, Barry Rogliano Salles, P Ship Systems, South Pole, Europiren, TECO 2030, EcoSubsea, Taronis Fuels, Valmet, GTT, RSC Bio and a large number of others will be presenting their new innovations that help shift towards carbon neutral shipping
Maritime Business World