Top experts at Dubai shipping forum
Dubai, January 28, 2014
Leading global experts will explore the future of the shipping, marine & maritime industries in the Middle East and South Asian region at a conference in Dubai next month.
The 'Mare Forum Dubai Global Leaders Maritime Summit' will be held on February 25 at Madinat Jumeriah. It is being organized by Drydocks World & Maritime World in partnership with Mare Forum.
The forum will bring together policy makers and chief executives of industry in a decisive dialogue and debate, where business strategy and policy-making for today and tomorrow’s issues can be realized with optimal results, said the organisers.
Also top international business leaders will be in Dubai to formulate The Big Picture for the Marine, Maritime and offshore industry, they added.
The summit will be focusing on topics relating to global geopolitical considerations today and in the future and examine the world economy, its energy and resource needs and challenges, trade patterns and how this will impact on the maritime industry, said Khamis Juma Buamim, the chairman of Drydocks World and Maritime World and Mare Forum Dubai.
"This forum is a comprehensive one,which will provide a total new outlook to future maritime business. The global leaders will spend the 2nd day on special business discussion and visits to major maritime centers. The event will focus global attention to the growing importance and emerging stature of Dubai as a critical hub for the industry," he remarked.
This is the first of a series of international forums in Dubai with focus on world-wide recognition of the growing importance and emerging stature of Dubai, the UAE& the region within industry circles, he added.
The event will also examine the liquid, dry bulk and container market outlook as well as the outlook per ship type.-TradeArabia News Service
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