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Operational Ship Maintenance


ACIís inaugural Operational Ship Maintenance Conference will explore the technologies and management systems available to fully exploit the revenue generating potential of your fleet. A well implemented planned maintenance plan can provide significant cost reductions for your shipping operations, saving between 4-10% of maintenance costs. Furthermore, adopting a progressive planned maintenance strategy maximises a vesselís functional capacity and therefore also your bottom line!

The Agenda
Throughout the 2 days you will have the opportunity to hear from your industry peers and discover the latest advancements in the development of operational maintenance:

  • Increase revenue by optimising your shipís time at sea
  • Discover how to accurately forecast budgets
  • Maximise the lifespan of your vessels
  • Understand how planned maintenance can influence charter rates in order to gain competitive advantage
  • Understand what regulators expect from your maintenance programme
  • Utilise predictive maintenance to forecast mechanical failure

Jason Clifton-Samuel, Senior Manager, Maritime, Macquarie Capital Finance Chris Serratella, Director - Operational Safety & Evaluation, American Bureau of Shipping Andrew Gibson, Research Director, Maintenance Technology, MARINTEK Brage Mo, Senior Research Engineer, Maintenance Technology, MARINTEK Curt Corneliussen, Technical Manager, J. Lauritzen George Souravlas, Technical Manager, Elmira Paolo Satariano, Technical Director, Grimaldi Andrea Chervisari, Technical Director, International Andromeda Shipping

Who will attend?
All ACIís events attract a targeted group of senior level decision-makers from industry. Our meetings are strictly end-user focused. Only a select group of companies are invited to sponsor the event Ė to ensure the emphasis is on the industry participants, and making sure our delegates have a valuable and positive experience.

Delegates will be drawn from ship owner and ship operating companies and include Directors and Managers of: Technical, Maintenance, Technical Inspectors and Superintendents, Fleet and Vessel Management, Engineering and Compliance.

To register of to get a full brochure please call Melanie on +44 207 981 2504

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