Nexus to Present Maritime Safety Workshop at CMA Expo

Press Release
Sunday, March 10, 2013

Nexus Consulting  announce their participation in the upcoming “CMA Shipping 2013” conference as exclusive maritime security exhibitor.

The company is involved in the field of maritime security and piracy deterrance and will show at The Connecticut Maritime Association [CMA]-led conference, one of the largest in North America to focus on the international shipping trade.

In addition to the expo, Nexus will be presenting a one-hour workshop Monday March 18th, 2013 from 5-6pm ET in the seminar area of the expo. The presentation is titled “The 6 'Ds' to a safe and secure maritime operation.” The workshop is targeted at ship owners, ship operators, company security officers, special projects, risk management staff, HQSSE and any other safety, security or operations staff. Seating is limited, so please RSVP to [email protected] for confirmed seating. 
The program will also be available via a live broadcast for those not able to attend in person. To obtain video access, please email [email protected] requesting video attendance.

For more information on CMA Shipping 2013 click here.
 

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