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Year 2013, global shipping industry is still in the depression. Exorbitant fuel costs, decreasing return on investment, stringent environmental regulations in ports and on routes, as well as the energy efficiency design index of the International Maritime Organization (IMO) are one of the innumerable challenges that the shipowners and operators have been dealing with for some years now. how to understand and grasp the latest application and development trends of green and energy-saving ship technologies, how to correctly interpret the those environmental standards and regulations, what are the implementation details in different countries or regions,  All these issues are increasing concerns.

Over 300 industry experts and corporate decision makers from Government, ship owners/shipping lines, shipyards, science and research institutions, technology/equipment suppliers and consultancies will engage in in-depth exchange of views and discussions on the issues and topics that we concern by virtue of the international platform of Green Shiptech China Congress 2014 . 


• European Commission
• U.S. Coast Guard
• Shipowners/Shipping companies
• Shipyards
• Classification Societies

• China MSA


WHO should attend
CEOs, Presidents, VPs, General Managers, Directors, Chief Engineers, Senior Managers, Marine Architects , Marine Engineers from
• Shipowners
• Shipping companies
• Shipyards 
• Designers  
• Marinetime Research Institute  
• Classification Societies 
• Vendors
• Ports / harbour authorities
• Solution Providers
• Law Firms

• Consulting Companies
• ......


• European Comission's Work on Prevention of Air Pollution and Control of GHG Emissions from Ships
• US Coast Guard Environmental Regulations Update
• Applying EEDI and SEEMP – Challenges and Opportunities
• The Impact of the EEDI on ship design
• Global Ship Building Going Green
• The Developments of IACS Harmonized CSR
• The Impact of the EEDI on ship design
• ......