Heavy Lift Contracts Workshop

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This March 19 BIMCO will present you an important Heavy Lift Contracts Workshop. The workshop is focusing on the three main contracts related to project and break bulk cargo chartering, namely, HEAVYCON 2007, PROJECTCON and HEAVYLIFTVOY.

Who Should Join?

• Project Cargo Forwarders and Break Bulk Charterers
• Operators of Tugs, Barges and Heavy Lift Vessels
• Port Agencies, Break Bulk and Ro/Ro Shipping Lines
• Heavy Lift and Project Supply Chain Professionals

Why Participating?

• Learn about Heavy Lift and Project Contracts
• Gain Practical Guidance
• Avoid Costly Mistakes by Managing Risk
• Get Your Certificate
• Excellent Networking
• Free Cocktail Reception*

Venue: Landmark, Bangkok, Thailand

Cocktail Reception Date: March 18, 2014*

Workshop Date: March 19, 2014

Registration: 8.30 a.m.

(*Subject to a minimum participation of 30 pax)

Fees**:

Regular Early Bird
Workshop USD 490 USD 445*
Workshop (GPLN/BIMCO Members) USD 390 USD 345*

*Early Bird Discount of 10% applicable until February 10, 2014 (subject to full prepayment of course fees)


Regular Early Bird
Cocktail Reception USD 99 USD 89*
Cocktail Reception (GPLN/BIMCO Members)
USD 69 USD 59*

*Early Bird Discount of 10% applicable until February 10, 2014 (subject to full prepayment of course fees)

**All fees are subject to an additional administrative fee of USD 45

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Heavy Lift Contracts Workshop

  1. 1. HEAVY LIFT CONTRACTS WORKSHOP MARCH 19, 2014 LANDMARK HOTEL BANGKOK THAILAND HEAVYCON PROJECTCON HEAVYLIFTVOY Project Forwarders, Ship Brokers and Owners Chartering Contracts For Project Cargo Break Bulk Cargo Presented by BIMCO www.power-lift.net
  2. 2. HEAVYCON 2007 HEAVYCON and the knock-for-knock liability regime HEAVYCON 2007 is a “knock for knock” contract designed primarily for the semi-submersible vessels serving the super heavy lift market where cargoes are almost exclusively carried on deck and are, in most cases, sole cargoes. TOPICS COVERED The basic principle of "Knock for Knock" The "Knock for Knock" regime in HEAVYCON 2007 Consider some of the key differences between HEAVYCON and HEAVYCON 2007 Who should use HEAVYCON 2007 Chris Metcalf, Senior Associate Clyde & Co LLP Chris is a Senior Associate who is based in Clyde & Co’s Singapore office. He specializes in contentious shipping and insurance related matters, advising a wide range of shipping and offshore clients and their insurers. He is experienced in advising in disputes related to a wide variety of marine contracts including time and voyage charter parties, bills of lading, contracts of affreightment and bunker supply contracts. SPECIALTIES Maritime Law, Insurance Law, Dispute Resolution, Arbitration
  3. 3. PROJECTCON PROJECTCON PROJECTCON is a specially designed charter party for the tug and barge sector. It is designed to provide a single contractual platform to govern the entire commercial adventure involved in the use of a barge and tug to transport special or projects cargoes. TOPICS COVERED Origins of PROJECTCON Who should use PROJECTCON The key clauses and provisions Gerald Yee Partner, Head Shipping & Admiralty Practice Group Colin Ng & Partners LLP Gerald has litigated a large portfolio of major shipping cases, involving collisions, salvage claims, insurance claims, carriage of goods by sea and cargo claims. His portfolio of contentious shipping work includes admiralty enforcement, litigation of cargo claims, oil and gas disputes for well-known oil majors, contracts of affreightment, marine insurance and P&L matters. SPECIALTIES Shipping Cases, Insurance Claims, Cargo Claims, Oil and Gas Disputes
  4. 4. HEAVYLIFTVOY HEAVYLIFTVOY HEAVYLIFTVOY, which was adopted by BIMCO’s Documentary Committee in June 2009, has been developed in response to demand from heavy lift operators working in the mid-sized “lift on/lift off and roll on/roll off” sector for a dedicated contract for their trade dealing with the carriage of on- and under-deck specialist cargo. TOPICS COVERED Origins of HEAVYLIFTVOY Who should use HEAVYLIFTVOY The key clauses and provisions Instructor Chris Metcalf, Senior Associate, Clyde & Co LLP WHO SHOULD JOIN? Project Cargo Forwarders and Break Bulk Charterers Operators of Tugs, Barges and Heavy Lift Vessels Port Agencies, Break Bulk and Ro/Ro Shipping Lines Heavy Lift and Project Supply Chain Professionals WHY PARTICIPATE Learn about Heavy Lift and Project Contracts Gain Practical Guidance Avoid Costly Mistakes by Managing Risk Get Your Certificate Excellent Networking
  5. 5. AGENDA AGENDA 08.30 – 08.55 Registration 08:55 – 09.00 Opening Remarks 09.00 – 09.30 BIMCO Documentary Work – Contracts and Clauses 09.30 - 10.30 HEAVYCON and the knock-for-knock liability regime 10.30 – 11.00 Coffee Break / Networking 11.00 – 12.00 PROJECTCON 12.00 – 12.30 HEAVYLIFTVOY 12.30 – 13.30 Lunch Break / Networking THE WORKSHOP INCLUDES Q&A sessions Coffee break Lunch Free Cocktail Reception (evening of March 18)* (*Cocktail Reception is subject to a minimum participation of 30 pax.) FEES** Regular Early Bird Workshop USD 490 USD 445* Workshop (GPLN / BIMCO Members) USD 390 USD 345* Regular Early Bird USD 99 USD 69 USD 89* USD 59* Cocktail Reception Cocktail Reception (GPLN / BIMCO Members) *Early Bird Discount of 10 % applicable until February 10, 2014 (subject to full prepayment of course fees) **All fees are subject to an additional administrative fee of USD 45 REGISTRATION Contact Miss Chada E-mail: chada.t@power-lift.net Phone: +66 (0)2 714 2256 Or sign up at www.power-lift.net

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