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Industry Titans Headline SHIPPINGInsight’s Decade of Demand Conference October Event Explores Forces Impacting Shipping

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July 19, 2022- MARITIME COMMONS- Maritime industry leaders will be converging in Stamford, Connecticut this October 11-13th for the 11th SHIPPINGInsight 2022 conference.  This year’s theme is “Decade of Demand”, exploring the many pressure points on today’s shipping world.

Semiramis Paliou, CEO of Diana Shipping, will set the stage for the event addressing the “New Face of Shipping” with ABS’ CEO Chris Wiernicki opening the conference with insights on “Driving the Decade of Demand”.  International Seaways CEO Lois Zabrocky will share her strategies on “Decision Making in a Fluid World”, with Knut Orbeck-Nilssen of DNV following with “Closing the Gap between Aspiration and Reality.”

“This year’s lineup of industry leaders represents not only the recognition of the urgency for solutions in our industry but the need for their total engagement in that shift”, stated Carleen L. Walker, Chief Evolution Officer of SHIPPINGInsight. “Our industry is in the midst of unprecedented change which requires high-level strategy and leadership.  We are pleased that these industry voices will be joining us.”

SHIPPINGInsight 2022–Decade of Demand event will explore the demands for decarbonization, digitalization, transparency, defense, decisions and disruption in leadership roundtables.  This will be augmented by Deep Dive sessions presenting details about solutions and capped by SHIPPINGInsight’s popular SHARK TANK showcasing new technologies for the industry.  Each evening will offer social networking including Celebrity Karaoke and Band Jam.

Registration is open and can be found at REGISTER NOW!

Carleen Lyden Walker
Chief Evolution Officer
IMO Maritime Ambassador
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