GREEN4SEA Conference & Awards

7 Mar 2018
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GREEN4SEA Conference & Awards

7 Mar 2018
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Ship Manager Considerations for a practical LNG Bulk Carrier Design


Antonis Trakakis, Technical Manager, Arista Shipping, gave a presentation entitled “Ship Manager Considerations for a practical LNG Bulk Carrier Design” during the 2016 GREEN4SEA Conference & Awards.

 The 2016 GREEN4SEA Conference & Awards , a PRO BONO event, successfully concluded on Wednesday 6th of April 2016 in Eugenides Foundation Athens attracting 950 delegates from 20 countries representing a total of 400 organizations.

 The event organized by SQEMARINE and sponsored by Ecochlor, ERMA FIRST ESK Engineering, Panasia Co Ltd, Schneider Electric, Verifavia Shipping as the lead sponsors and SKAI in the media for the event coverage. Other sponsors included: ABS, AirLife, ALBA Graduate Business School, Arcadia Shipmanagement, Bureau Veritas, Capital Ship Management Corp, CR Ocean Engineering, DNV GL, Dorian LPG, Du Pont, EPE, GTT, Kyklades Maritime Corporation, LAROS, Lloyd’s Register, RISK4SEA, Seamar Management, SQE Academy, Transmar Shipping, UK P&I Club and Wärtsilä

 The event supported by the Association of Passenger Shipping Companies, Chios Marine Club, ECOMASYN, EENMA, EΛΙΝΤ, Hellenic Shipbrokers Association, HEMEXPO, Piraeus Marine Club, University of the Aegean, WIMA, WISTA Hellas and Yacht Club of Greece.

The inaugural presentation of the GREEN4SEA Awards took place at the closing of the forum within the scope of awarding industry’s green outstanding practices for Initiative, Excellence and Technology. The winners are: Green Award Foundation for the Initiative Award, Capital Shipmanagement Corp for the Excellence Award and ERMA First ESK Engineering for the Technology Award.

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