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Maritime Forum: Seeing a Rebound for Liner Trades in 2014?

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21 Nov 2013
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Speaker: Randy Chen, Wan Hai Lines; Alan Murphy, SeaIntel Maritime Analysis; Hua Joo Tan, Alphaliner; Rahul Kapoor, Drewry Maritime Services (Asia) Pte Ltd

This session held during the 2013 Asian Logistics and Maritime Conference explored how the Asian maritime industry is evolving and the outlook for the coming five years. Leading shipping and equity analysts shared their insights on the outlook for container and liner shipping.

Industry: Logistics & Transport Services
Region: Worldwide, Hong Kong
Topic: Business Trends & Opportunities, Seminars, Innovation/Idea/concept, Distribution Channels, Economic/Trade Issues
Keyword: maritime, logistics, HK Shipowners Association, ALMC, liner trades, shipping, containers, liner shipping, Business Trends & Opportunities, Seminars, Innovation/Idea/concept, Distribution Channels, Economic/Trade Issues

Related Links:
Asian Logistics and Maritime Conference
ALMC Programme
Wan Hai Lines
SeaIntel Maritime Analysis
Alphaliner
Drewry



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