International event for project cargo professionals

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Project Cargo Summit – third edition!
The meeting place of the European Project Cargo industry

We are proud to present a collaboration between the Dutch Ship Brokers and the Project Cargo Summit! This means even more visitors, a stronger congres programme, more exhibitors, an extravagant network dinner and international guests from all over the world. Curious? Register for our newsletter to stay up to date of the latest details.

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A new collaboration

We are proud to present our new partner for the Project Cargo Summit 2020: Dutch Shipbrokers Society.

Their biennial Shipbrokers Diner brings more than 800 professionals from the project cargo and dry- and wet bulk together. The diner has been organized since 1984 and has become a great succes with every director of the sector attending. This year we put our strengths together to make both our events a greater succes than ever before. Curious what the benefits are for the Project Cargo Summit?

  • Visitors from all over the world
  • Even stronger congress programme
  • Top management of the shipbrokers society on the exhibition floor

Interested to meet a total of 2500 professionals from all over the world? Contact us for a stand on our exhibition via the button below.

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Why attend?

  • Gain knowledge during high-level conferences or workshops.
  • Get new ideas by building relationships with Project Cargo professionals from across the globe.
  • View new products & services from suppliers throughout Europe, and around the world.
  • Hear about the latest Project Cargo trends, from the top operators and suppliers.
  • Join the site visits and get a good impression of the extent of the port

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The latest about the Project Cargo Industry

Media: Zeamarine is disposing of vessels

Zeamarine is reportedly disposing of vessels to deal with its financial losses. The fast-growing shipping company last month announced that it has hired a restructuring specialist to take over the management of the company and turn things around.  According to brokers, BBC Chartering has already taken over six Zeamarine vessels on time charter contracts, reports… Read more ›

Van Oord teams up with NYK to target Japanese wind market

Van Oord and NYK are teaming up to jointly own and operate offshore wind installation vessels under the Japanese flag. With the collaboration, the companies want to leverage Van Oord’s expertise in offshore wind and NYK’s knowledge of the Japanese market. In a statement, the companies say the vessels will be used for the transport… Read more ›

US-based Crosby Group acquires offshore mooring specialist Feubo

PRESS RELEASE – Lifting and rigging specialist Crosby Group has acquired Feubo, has completed the acquisition of Feubo, a supplier of offshore mooring components for the oil and gas and wind energy markets.  The acquisition, effective January 14, 2020, includes the Feubo facility located in Hattingen, Germany that will become Crosby’s centre of excellence for… Read more ›

Port of Felixstowe Upgrades Ro/Ro Facilities

PRESS RELEASE – In her first port visit of 2020, Maritime Minister Nusrat Ghani MP has inspected the site of work to upgrade Roll-on/Roll-off facilities at Hutchison Ports Port of Felixstowe. The works will allow the port to accommodate larger Ro/Ro vessels and improve the efficiency of vessel operations. Commenting during the Minister’s visit to… Read more ›

BBC Yacht Transport signs major partnership with GAC Pindar

BBC Yacht Transport and marine leisure, sports and event specialist GAC Pindar have teamed up to provide a one-stop-shop for transport solutions for the sailing industry. The agreement combines BBC’s fleet of 160 multipurpose vessels with GAC Pindar’s first-hand knowledge of the sector to offer a door-to-door service. The official partnership builds on the existing… Read more ›

Drewry expects double-digit growth in charter rates for larger ships

The outlook for the multipurpose shipping industry is brightening. Despite the rising geopolitical risk and economic uncertainty, Drewry forecasts that average earnings for breakbulk and heavy-lift shipping companies will rise 6% in 2020 and continue to improve over the longer term on stronger cargo demand. The 6% rise in average vessel time charter rates is driven… Read more ›