Maritime Logistics 2012


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The inaugural Maritime Logistics 2012 conference is part of Pacific 2012. First held in 2000, the exposition has become internationally recognised as the premier commercial maritime and naval defence exhibition for the Asia Pacific. Maritime Logistics 2012 is the only event focusing on maritime logistics and commercial shipping that will be held alongside Pacific 2012.

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Maritime Logistics 2012

  1. 1. In association with MaritiME Logistics 2012 30th – 31st January 2012 | sydney convention & Exhibition centreKey contributions from:Hannes Finkenbrink, Trade Logistics Analyst Transport Section, UNCTADAir Vice-Marshal Margaret Staib, Commander Joint Logistics,Australian Defence ForceStephen Bradford, CEO, Port of Melbourne Corporation Endorsed by:Dom Figliomeni, CEO, Port Kembla Port CorporationPeter Foley, General Manager - Surface Safety Investigations,Australian Transport Safety Bureau (ATSB)Barrie Lewarn, Professor, Maritime Transport Policy Centre,Australian Maritime College (AMC)Mike Slee, Head of Trade and Operations Oceania,Wallenius Wilhelmsen Logistics (WWL) Media Partner:Joe Coote, General Manager, Group Supply Chain, Fonterra NZKen Fitzpatrick, Managing Director, Asiaworld Shipping Services SECU RE O RD E R Researched and developed by: REGISTER NOW
  2. 2. MaritiME Log aBoUt PaciFic 2012 MaritiME ExPositioN PACIFIC 2012 will be held at the Sydney Convention and Exhibition Centre over four industry only trade days from Tuesday 31 January to Friday 3 February 2012. The Pacific International Maritime Exposition has established an enviable reputation as the major international maritime, naval and defence-related event in the region. The exhibition and conference program bring together key industry, defence and government decision makers from South East Asia and around the world and represent a magnificent opportunity to do business. They also provide an invaluable opportunity for those wishing to strengthen existing commercial maritime industry and defence networks and to establish new ones. For more information go to the Pacific 2012 website: one: Monday 30th January 2012 12.00 oUtLooK roUNtaBLE Where next for global markets?8.30 Registration and welcome coffee G How will the economic outlook for the next 5 years impact the industry in Asia Pacific?9.00 Opening remarks from the Chair G To what extent do carriers and infrastructure need to be planning for enhanced capacity?9.10 iNtErNatioNaL KEYNotE G What are the key challenges emerging in handling uncertain are we returning to maritime nations? economic conditions? G Recent development in maritime transport in Asia Hannes Finkenbrink, Trade Logistics Analyst Transport Section, Hannes Finkenbrink, Trade Logistics Analyst Transport Section, UNCTAD UNCTAD Mike Slee, Head of Trade and Operations Oceania, Wallenius Wilhelmsen Logistics (WWL)9.45 DEFENcE casE stUDY For further updates on panelists visit supporting operations in global context – the australian Defence strategic Logistics strategy G Addressing challenges in the changing logistics 12.45 Lunch and networking break environment G Achieving the vision of a robust, flexible and responsive LoW carBoN MaritiME Logistics logistics system 1.45 adapting the maritime supply chain to changing Air Vice-Marshal Margaret Staib, Commander Joint Logistics, environmental and regulatory factors Australian Defence Force G How to measure emissions in non-static operations? G Optimising supply chain efficiency through improved10.20 Morning tea and networking environmental sustainability10.50 changes to the shipping fleet internationally and Dr Stephanie Turner, Senior Environmental Adviser, in australia Mermaid Marine Australia G Impacts on infrastructure (channels and quays) over the 2.20 Maritime carbon management for owners and shippers next 20 years - a cost or an opportunity? G Impacts on tariffs and port revenue G How ship owners and operators can build new revenue David Bayne, Port Economist, Drewry Shipping Consultants streams from carbon emission reductions G Carbon neutral shipping: Are all carbon offsets equal?rEgioNaL shiPPiNg oUtLooK How to levarage the carbon benefit from new maritime technologies11.25 assessing the impact of the shipping reform on australian shipowners Jo Shaw, Founder and Co-Principal, The Funnel Exchange Senior representative, Australian Shipowners Association 3.25 Afternoon tea and networking
  3. 3. gistics 2012 3.45 Navigating towards a zero-emissions supply chain 11.25 Minimising mineral export costs by adapting existing G Environmental performance metrics and initiatives infrastructure G The Greenhouse Gas Protocol G Achieving a rapid path to production for small to mid-sized operations G Review of the Supply Chain Optimization study G Examining key project aims and landmarks Mike Slee, Head of Trade and Operations Oceania, Wallenius Wilhelmsen Logistics (WWL) G How shipping commenced seven months after committing to development Senior representative, IMX Resources MitigatiNg cLiMatE iMPacts oN thE MaritiME sUPPLY chaiN 12.00 Extended lunch break and visit to the Pacific 2012 4.20 casE stUDY Exhibition internationally leading project on climate-proofing sea ports Port iNFrastrUctUrE aND DEvELoPMENt G Key planning elements and timelines for project success 1.30 casE stUDY Professor Darryn McEvoy, Principal Researcher - Climate Expanding Port Kembla’s outer harbour Change Adaptation, RMIT University G Providing the basis for decision making and staging of 4.55 Closing remarks from the Chair development at the port in the medium to long term G Outlining the first stage of the development 5.00 Close of day one Dom Figliomeni, CEO, Port Kembla Port Corporation 2.05 What are the commercial and operational Day two: tuesday 31st January 2012 implications of infrastructure projects in the ports around australia? 8.30 Welcome coffee and networking G Returning the line to profit: Does it feel like we’re riding the wave to recovery? 9.00 Opening remarks from the Chair G Shipping perspective on the supply chain: Strategies for effective cargo management MariNE saFEtY Ken Fitzpatrick, Managing Director, 9.10 Understanding the role of the atsB in marine safety Asiaworld Shipping Services G Outlining the progress towards a single national jurisdiction for marine safety investigations 2.40 Afternoon tea and networking break Peter Foley, General Manager - Surface Safety Investigations, 3.10 casE stUDY Australian Transport Safety Bureau (ATSB) the victorian ports challenge thE MaritiME WorKForcE G Analysing the current and future freight flow through the Port of Melbourne 9.45 striking a balance: standards of training in a changing G Examining the potential developments of local regional operating environment ports to alleviate the future anticipated growth in G Recent trends in maritime training and education: freight levels Approaches to redress the skills shortage locally and Stephen Bradford, CEO, Port of Melbourne Corporation internationally G The use of technology and flexible learning techniques in 3.45 outlining development priorities for australian ports the delivery and assessment of students G Supply: Analysis of Australian ports, current and planned Barrie Lewarn, Professor, Maritime Transport Policy Centre, capacity Australian Maritime College (AMC) Guy Reynolds, Principal Economist, Maritime & Shipping, GHD 10.20 Morning tea and networking break 4.20 Closing remarks from the Chair ExaMiNiNg thE cUstoMErs PErsPEctivE 4.25 Close of conference 10.50 an exporter’s perspective on the key elements of the maritime supply chain G A port user’s wish list for achieving greater efficiencies in all aspects of operations G Key landside and marine elements influencing the modal sPoNsorshiP & BraNDiNg oPPortUNitiEs choice For information on sponsorship and branding opportunities Joe Coote, General Manager, Group Supply Chain, at Maritime Logistics 2012, contact Sarah Cullen, Fonterra NZ Sponsorship Manager on (+61 3) 8842 2430 or email: Please visit the website for regular updates and changes to the program. Be kept in the loop with this event via LinkedIn, Twitter, You Tube and our Blog. Full details at
  4. 4. Maritime Logistics 2012 30th – 31st January 2012 | Sydney Convention & Exhibition Centre3 EASY WAYS TO REGISTER STAY CONNECTED WEb LinkedIn Group Telephone (+61 2) 9080 4307 – Please quote the event Twitter (#maritimelogistics) code P12M09 with your booking. blog Email – Please quote the event code P12M09 with your booking. YouTube Network with leading professionals and learn from key case studies by registering yourself or your team today. Early BirD ratE StaNDarD ratE REGISTER EARLY & SAVE UP TO $200 Book & pay by 23/12/11 Book from 24/12/11 PRICE GST TOTAL SAVE PRICE GST TOTAL Two Day Conference $1,095.00 $109.50 $1,204.50 $200 $1,295.00 $129.50 $1,424.50 Speakers and delegates attending Conference Venue Maritime Logistics automatically receive complimentary registration to the Pacific Sydney Convention & Exhibition Centre 2012 exhibition and complimentary Darling Drive, Darling Harbour attendance to many of the other Phone: +61 2 9282 5000 conferences/forums associated with the exhibition. This is an unrivalled Use your QR Reader App on your smartphone and scan opportunity for the maritime industry to Accommodation & Travel this code to take you directly network with colleagues from the naval For your convenience, please access this event via our website and to the website and defence sector. click on the ‘Venue, Accommodation and Travel’ tab or call the Lido Group on 1800 817 339. Travel and accommodation fees are Registration Fees Include not included in the conference fees. We do not refund airfares or hotel Entrance to the relevant conference package purchased plus refreshments, expenses if the event is cancelled. lunch and online access to available presentations (five working days Privacy Policy & Updating Your Details post event). Please note: travel and accommodation is not included. Please visit us online for our full privacy policy at Dress Code Database amendments can be sent to Smart casual wear is suggested along with a sweater or jacket in case or by calling (+61 2) 9080 4307 asking for the conference room is cool. the database department. Cancellation Policy & Substitutions Payment Terms Cancellations must be advised in writing at least 10 working days Payment must be made prior to the event or admittance will not be prior to the event. An administration fee of $550 (inc 10% GST) will be permitted. A tax invoice and confirmation letter will be emailed to the incurred for cancellations. A refund will not be given if a delegate fails to attendee upon completion of a valid registration. Payment may be made attend or cancels within 10 working days prior to the event. by EFT, cheque or credit card. Credit card payments will not be accepted Fully paid delegates unable to attend will be provided with on line by email or fax and must be made via our secure credit card gateway. access to speaker presentations post event. Substitutions can be made Please reference the Event Code below when making your at any time before the event without penalty. Informa reserves the right booking. to cancel, alter the content and/or speakers on any program. Paid registration fees will be fully refunded for cancelled events. A.B.N. 66 086 268 313 REGISTER ONLINE via our secure server SE CUR E O R DE R REGISTER NOWThank you for downloading this brochure about our forthcomingevent. We are delighted to provide you with this program and dohope it assists you with everything you need to know about theagenda. However, should you have any further queries, pleasedon’t hesitate to contact us on Telephone: (+61 2) 9080 4307 orE-Mail EVENT CODE To see the most updated agenda, visit the website where you can also register online via our secure server at: P12M09WEBPDF