'The Business of Shipping': Upcoming Dubai Training Course

Press Release
Monday, March 25, 2013

The Cambridge Academy of Transport's 4-day course aims to provide an overview of the whole shipping business from A to Z.

Being an expert in one field is no longer enough – an awareness of the whole business is essential. Environmental issues impact economics. Political shifts open up threats and opportunities. Changes in law, finance, marketing, energy and technology all create fresh challenges.

For those needing the big picture, whether through changing roles, entering the shipping industry for the first time or as a refresher, the 'Business of Shipping' intensive four-day course, November 17 to 20, 2013, in Dubai  should provide the answers.

Overview
    •    Introduction to the Shipping Players and Markets
    ◦    How does a Ship Owner make Money
    ◦    Capital Markets
    ◦    Demolition Market
    ◦    Chartering Markets: Voyage versus Time Charter
    •    International Institutions and their Role in Shipping
    •    Ship Types and Their Commercial Earning Power

Topics covered include: finance and ship acquisition; technical ship management; commercial ship management; commercial shipping law, marine insurance, bulk shipping markets; liner shipping; and the future of the shipping industry.

For more information click here.

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