The International Maritime Organisation (IMO) and the Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA) will be jointly organising two webinars on the Future of Shipping on 17 September and 8 October.
The webinars seek to share insights on digitalisation, decarbonisation and trade in a disrupted world following the global COVID-19 pandemic, said the IMO.
Details of the webinar are as follows:
Future of Shipping: Decarbonisation
Future of Shipping: Digitalisation
The webinars are open to all interested parties (subject to capacity constraints) and addressed to maritime administrations, industry professionals and organisations from the maritime community. The webinars will be conducted in English without interpretation.
Photo credit: International Maritime Organisation
Published: 10 September, 2020
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