The International Bunker Industry Association (IBIA) on Thursday (30 March) announced the participation of Soren Toft, CEO of Mediterranean Shipping Company, at the IBIA Mediterranean Energy & Shipping Conference.
The conference will take place on Thursday, 20 April 2023 in Genoa, Italy.
IBIA Chair and Managing Director of Fratelli Cosulich, Timothy Cosulich, will host an engaging one-on-one discussion with Soren to explore the challenges facing shipping and bunkering in these uncertain times. The conversation will cover a range of topics, including bunker demand prospects, market conditions, and the shipping industry’s decarbonization.
“We’re honoured to have high-level speakers and sponsors for the conference, including Keynote Speakers Marco Bucci, Mayor of Genoa, and Paolo Signorini, Chairman of the Genoa Port Authority,” it said.
Other notable speakers include Cem Saral, Group CEO of Cockett Marine; Panos Panousis, Managing Director of Infospectrum; Fabrizio Vettosi, President of ECSA Ship Finance Group; and IBIA’s Director and IMO Representative, Unni Einemo.
Note: The full list of industry leaders and specialists can be found here while registration for the conference can be done here.
Photo credit: IBIA
Published: 31 March, 2023
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