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Uncertainty abounds in shipping due to a combination of existing imbalances and emerging risks. The maritime sector is an industry in transition. Every shipowner, cargo owner, trader, lawyer, broker and financier will have to adapt to the new world order, but only those nimble and flexible enough to change will succeed.

Lloyd's List

Oslo Business Briefing 2017

In association with:

May 29th. 2017

Venue: Astrup Fearnley Museum - Oslo

Calling on thought leaders in maritime

Knut Ørbeck-Nilssen CEO-Maritime 

 Dedicated to delivering premium insight, we have carefully selected an elite panel of leading experts in maritime. Our panel has a wealth of experience and are individually regarded as thought leaders in their fields.  

Christopher Rex

Director of Research

Danish Ship Finance 

Andrea Zito

Group Director

Technical V Group

Thorsten Meincke

SVP Global Seafreight Kuehne + Nagel 

Per Westling


Stena RoRo 

Ari Marjamaa 

Vice President

Head of Global Market Intelligence

Wallenius Wilhelmsen Logistics

Norbert Kouwenhoven

Head of Global Trade Digitization Deployment


Svend Lykke Larsen

Sales & Business Development Director


John Taxgaard

VP Global Maritime Services 


Get a fresh perspective

Digital Disruption – managing the transition to smart shipping

One of the biggest potential disruptors for shipping businesses that are unprepared is the 4th Industrial Revolution.

Artificial Intelligence (AI), Intelligent Transport Systems (ITS), Digitisation, the Internet of Things, High-throughput satellites (HTS), cyber attacks, Blockchain technology, information sharing programmes and rapidly emerging 3D printing are among advances that will transform shipping.

Rather than fearing or avoiding these digital developments, the shipping industry must embrace and exploit them. Our Business Briefing, Digital Disruption – Managing the transition to smart shipping, at Nor-Shipping 2017, intends to help industry executives get ahead of the curve.

29th May 2017


We are delighted to be hosting the Lloyd's List Briefing in Association with Nor-Shipping 2017. 

Venue: Astrup Fearnley Museum.

  • 3pm - Registration
  • 3.45pm - Panel Discussions
  • 5.30pm - Networking drinks and canapes
  • 7pm - Event ends

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