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SE Asian Shipowners Meet in Japan

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April 11, 2018

  • The South East Asia Maritime Reception at the Grand Nikko Hotel, Tokyo. (Photo: Rob Howard)
  • Moderating the SE Asian Shipowners Roundtable: L to R: Mr. Hiroaki Sakashita, Advisor, Nippon Hakuyohin Kentei Kyokai; Mr. Masaharu Ono, Vice chairman, Japan Ship Machinery and Equipment Association; and Dr. Shinichiro Otsubo, Senior Deputy Director-General, Maritime Bureau Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism. (Photo: Greg Trauthwein)
  • Pictured is Johnson W. Sutjipto, Chairman, Indonesian National Shipowners’ Association (DPP INSA) -- an organization with more than 3,800 members representing nearly 37,000 vessels -- who spent time at Maritime Reporter & Engineering News' booth at Sea Japan to interview for an upcoming edition. (Photo: Rob Howard)
  • The South East Asia Maritime Reception at the Grand Nikko Hotel, Tokyo. (Photo: Rob Howard) The South East Asia Maritime Reception at the Grand Nikko Hotel, Tokyo. (Photo: Rob Howard)
  • Moderating the SE Asian Shipowners Roundtable: L to R: Mr. Hiroaki Sakashita, Advisor, Nippon Hakuyohin Kentei Kyokai; Mr. Masaharu Ono, Vice chairman, Japan Ship Machinery and Equipment Association; and Dr. Shinichiro Otsubo, Senior Deputy Director-General, Maritime Bureau Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism. (Photo: Greg Trauthwein) Moderating the SE Asian Shipowners Roundtable: L to R: Mr. Hiroaki Sakashita, Advisor, Nippon Hakuyohin Kentei Kyokai; Mr. Masaharu Ono, Vice chairman, Japan Ship Machinery and Equipment Association; and Dr. Shinichiro Otsubo, Senior Deputy Director-General, Maritime Bureau Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism. (Photo: Greg Trauthwein)
  • Pictured is Johnson W. Sutjipto, Chairman, Indonesian National Shipowners’ Association (DPP INSA) -- an organization with more than 3,800 members representing nearly 37,000 vessels -- who spent time at Maritime Reporter & Engineering News' booth at Sea Japan to interview for an upcoming edition. (Photo: Rob Howard) Pictured is Johnson W. Sutjipto, Chairman, Indonesian National Shipowners’ Association (DPP INSA) -- an organization with more than 3,800 members representing nearly 37,000 vessels -- who spent time at Maritime Reporter & Engineering News' booth at Sea Japan to interview for an upcoming edition. (Photo: Rob Howard)

Tokyo Big Sight Conference Tower hosted the Southeast Asia Maritime Summit yesterday as a part of the Sea Japan 2018 exhibition. The packed conference hall was the stage for executives from five major ship associations -- Indonesian National Shipowners’ Association; Thai Shipowners’ Association; Filipino Shipowners’ Association; Malaysia Shipowners’ Association; and the Singapore Shipping Association -- to discuss the impact of increasing amounts of global emissions regulations as well as digitalization on their country's shipowners.

Representatives included:
Mr. Johnson W. Sutjipto, Chairman, Indonesian National Shipowners’ Association (DPP INSA)
 
Mr. Bhumindr Harinsuit, Chairman, Thai Shipowners’ Association
 
Mr. Roy R. Alampay, Chairman/President, Filipino Shipowners’ Association
 
Mr. Abdul Hak Md Amin, Chairman, Malaysia Shipowners’ Association
 
Ms. Katie Men, Vice President and Treasurer, Singapore Shipping Association.
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