Marintec China 2015
UBM Asia is organising Marintec China – the largest and most authoritative trade fair in Asia to highlight China’s economic development framework. The Silk Road Economic Belt, the 21st-Century Maritime Silk Road and surrounding business opportunities will e focused at the Marintec China 2015 Senior Maritime Forum to be held on the 30 November to 3 December at the Kerry Hotel Pudong in Shanghai.
The theme of the Senior Maritime Forum 2015 is “Innovation Drives Development, the Green Agenda Guides the Future“. The Forum is held alongside Marintec China 2015 which takes place 1-4 December 2015 at the Shanghai New International Expo Centre.
Dr Dostain Khan Jamaldini, Chairman of the Gwadar Port Authority, and Prof Paolo Costa, President of the Venice Port Authority, will be two of many distinguished speakers.
The Belt and Road initiative was unveiled in 2013 in regions spanning the seas from China to Africa and Europe. With roads, railways and pipelines to transport oil and gas, this corridor serves as a bridge for China’s planned Maritime Silk Route. China’s planned 21st Century Maritime Silk Road connects ports in China to those in Southeast Asia, South Asia, Africa, the Middle East and Europe, including Venice. This famous Italian city featured as a trading port on the ancient Silk Road.
Mr Fang Huaijin, Vice President of Shanghai International Port (Group) Co., Ltd, will address on speeding up the Phase 4 Project of Yangshan Port; completing the world’s largest first-class automatic pier and participating in the state strategy of The Belt and Road.
Further, internationally recognized speakers including Dr Sun Licheng, Vice Chairman of the International Association of Classification Societies and Chairman & President of China Classification Society (CCS), will deliver a keynote speech on the commercial and regulatory environment for shipping in the next five years. More than fifty speakers will address the Senior Maritime Forum.
“The stellar speakers from fields ranging from shipping innovation and port management to banking and finance will appear at the Senior Maritime Forum,” said Ms Stella Fung, Event Director of Marintec China.
Source: UBM Asia