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World Shipping (China) Summit 2007


Venue: Tianjin, China

This event is organised by COSCO Group, Drewry Shipping Consultants, Maritime China and the Journal of Commerce.The year 2007 has seen no let-up of the boom in the shipping industry. The ever-growing demand, the increase in dry bulk freight, the recovery in the container business, the torrent of new shipbuilding orders – all these eye-catching movements in the market are creating opportunities and challenges. Now no one could predict when the market would be down, some tried and failed. Shipping is never the business we knew twenty years ago. Shipping is changing.

World Shipping (China) Summit 2007 will be centered around the topic of “Riding the Wave” and focus on the opportunities and challenges in the world economy, trade and shipping. Where does the wave move to? How long does this booming wave last? Will M&A continue? Why the so-called over supply of tonnage can not match the growing demand? What are the reasons behind the interaction of paper and physical market? Is the investment to port and terminals overheated? Where are the bottlenecks for the whole shipping chain?


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