The Shipping Tribune is pleased to inform that Dr. Sanjay Bhavnani, Director & C.O.O., MMS Maritime (India) Pvt. Ltd, will be addressing the global audience at "India Ship Management Summit 2017" A One Day Conference on 21st September 2017 at Holiday Inn, Andheri (East), Mumbai. Dr. Bhavnani is a well-known business leader and has expressed his views on various issues relating to the shipping industry in India and also on international forums.
Dr. Sanjay Bhavnani has been associated with the marine industry since the last almost three decades. Prior moving to the newly formed MMS Maritime in 2001, he was working in the head office of a Japanese shipping company. He involvement with oil tankers goes back to his sailing days where he last sailed as a Chief Engineer for several years followed by shore experience at a marine institute where he headed the entire tanker related training.
MMS Maritime is presently involved in diverse maritime activities including the crewing and the training operations about the seafarers deployed on the oil and tanker vessels, operated, and in most cases, owned, by the Japanese parent company, and long term chartered to various oil majors. Sanjay’s present perspective on crewing and training is based on his close interactions had with the seafarers, the shore staff, and other industry stakeholders, over the last several years, with an attempt to align their expectations within an integrated framework.
After coming ashore, Sanjay completed a post graduate diploma in management, masters in maritime law, as well as a Doctorate in Business Management with a specialisation in Human Resources.
About India Ship Management Summit 2017
The 4th Annual India Ship Management Summit, the most awaited conference in the country is back! The first three editions of this Summit were hugely successful in bringing together the entire shipping industry and various stakeholders under one roof to deliberate and explore the future course of the industry. India Ship Management Summit 2017 is receiving very huge response not only from India but also from Far East, Middle East and other parts of the world. Many stalwarts of the industry will be speaking at the conference, while many stalwarts and pillars of the industry have chosen to attend the conference and express their views during the discussions
The following eminent personalities have consented to Chair the Session/Speak at the Conference:
Shri. Amitabh Kumar, I.R.S., Additional Director General of Shipping, Directorate General of Shipping
Mr. Sabyasachi Hajara, Chief Advisor, ELEKTRANS Group, Ex-Chairman and Managing Director of The Shipping Corporation of India
Capt. H. Subramaniam, Ex- Principal, LBS College of Advanced Maritime Studies & Research
Capt. Navin Passey, Chairman, FOSMA. Managing Director, Wallem Ship Management India
Mr. Gabriel Ogbechie, Managing Director, Rainoil
Capt. Vinay Singh, Managing Director, Anglo Eastern Ship Management (India)
Mr. Sanjay Shesh, Managing Director, Crowley Accord Marine Management Pvt. Ltd.
Dr. Sanjay Bhavnani, Director & C.O.O., MMS Maritime (India) Pvt. Ltd.
Capt. Shajan Lukose, Head of Maritime at Fleetwood Nautical Campus, Blackpool and The Fylde College.
Mr David Birwadkar, Vice President (Head - Fleet Management), Great Eastern Shipping Co Ltd
Mr. Manoj Tondon, General Manager & Head Marketing, Adani Bunkering Pvt. Ltd.
The Shipping Tribune will announce additional speakers and official program in the coming weeks.
Introduction & Objective of The Summit:
The Global Shipping Industry is under extreme pressure for last several years due to overcapacity. Commercial and Technical fitness of the vessel is of paramount importance in these market conditions. Quality & Safety of operations, Crew management, and reducing costs for ship owners are some of the major challenges faced by the ship managers today.
Third party ship management business is estimated to be over 5 billion US Dollars worldwide. Can India be the hub of ship management business? Why technical management and manning of the foreign vessels is a distant dream for Indian entrepreneurs based in India? Can Mumbai or Chennai be next Hong Kong or Cyprus? Despite having wealth of knowledge and experience, what is impeding Indian entrepreneur’s growth? One of the goals of Ministry of Shipping is, increasing the share of Indian Seafarers in the global shipping industry.
What kind of specialization and training is needed for the trade?
Do we have a roadmap to achieve these goals?
India Ship Management Summit will address these important issues that exist for various stakeholders in the industry. The conference aims to provide a common platform for various stakeholders in the ship management & crew recruitment business to exchange ideas and make informed decisions in their business.
Delegate Registrations Fees:
Delegate fee per person INR 9,500/- + 18% Service Tax till 12th September 2017.Total Amount payable INR 11,210 /- per delegate [US$ 190.00]
After September 12, 2017, Delegate fee per person INR. 11,000/- + 18% Service Tax. Total Amount payable INR 12,980/- per [US$ 220.00 Delegate fee per person
For sponsorship & delegate registration, please contact:
Capt Virendra N. Mishra, Conference Director
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