CMA TV - bringing you expert testimonials and insights from the CMA Shipping Event
Bringing you insights from CMA Shipping on the latest in the shipping market place from our industry leaders.
Meeting 2020 targets - Are we on track?
Joe Gross, President of the CMA, discusses the actions the shipping community is taking to meet the 2020 regulations and the positive impact carbon reduction will have for future generations.
Factors impacting the maritime industry
Alexander Saverys, CEO of CMB Group discusses the different options shipowners have when meeting 2020 emissions targets, including the impact of social media, with a view to the long term plans and concerns for the industry regarding greenhouse gases.
Guy Platten, Secretary General at the International Chamber of Shipping, gives us his views on the future for 2020 compliance, and new challenges on the horizon for the shipping industry
U.S. Coast Guard
Hear from Admiral John Nadeau on the outlook for 2020 from a regulatory viewpoint and how the US Coast Guard and EPA will work closer together under the VIDA rules
The future of cyber security
Cyber security has been a hot topic in the maritime industry for years. Industry wide it is recognised as being important however but what is actually being done?
Michael Attar, CIO at the Future Tech Enterprise, discusses the biggest threats to the maritime industry, the change in the cyber security threat landscape and what technologies are going to show value in the next five years. In particular he looks at the importance of monitoring, securing and managing your assets to stop cyber crime.
The Happiness Index
Ben Bailey from the Mission to Seafarers discusses the Happiness Index and the importance of maintaining seafarer welfare.
Compatibility of 2020 Fuels
Kevin Cote from Innospec Fuel Specialties discusses the technical aspects of of different fuels post 2020, in additional to availability and compatibility of different blends, the importance of using additives and chemicals, and what shipowners can do to prepare for 2020 compliance.
Celebrating 150 years
Andrew Taylor and Stuart Edmonston from the P&I Club discuss the importance of investing in a safer tomorrow and new initiatives to support their club members, including their 'Lessons Learnt Project' and the importance of safety before operations.
“A safe ship is a happy ship, a happy ship is an efficient ship, and an efficient ship is hopefully a profitable ship.” - Stuart Edmonston, UK P&I Club
Classification Society Insight on 2020 Compliance
Hear Knut Ørbeck-Nilssen CEO of Maritime at DNV GL on enforcement of the 2020 rules and the future market impacts from developing technologies.