Traditionally, one of the key sections of #GMD is dedicated to maritime logistics. The main question of the section at GMD Conference 2020: Summer Edition will be “Where will we sail in 2021? And by what means?”
The maritime logistics is the indicator of the overall condition of Ukrainian grain market. Changes on the global and Ukrainian markets took its toll on the local shipping.
Changes affected freight rates in Black and Azov seas and had the direct influence on transshipment volumes in Ukrainian ports. At the same time, there is a surge of demand for vessels in the region meaning that ship owners are optimistic and are intend to deal with river transportation.
The tax innovations, that will surely affect the Ukrainian business, have the influence on the shipping as well. To make the future of Ukrainian businessmen clear, we will focus on the most important taxation matters within the section.
Key topics to be discussed at the opened panel discussion:
- New risks and trends of Black Sea freight market
- Trends and risks of work in Azov region in post-crisis era
- Buy steamships, wholesale and retail
- Law 1210. Affect everyone
- River ports: market mutation and prospects of 2021
- Trends of grain cargoes transshipment in Black and Azov Seas
- Ukrainian ship-repairing: post-crisis prospects
Arthur Nitsevych, Partner at the international law firm Interlegal, will moderate the section. Eugeniy Derkach, Director of port complex Aquarelle, Gennadiy Ivanov, Head of KRONOS BULKERS, Roman Koloyanov, Head of Maersk Ukraine, Yuriy Skichko, Director of Hermes Trading, Mikhail Dudnikov, Chairman of the board of Chernomorsk Shiprepair Yard, Anton Shapran, Maritime Logistics as well as Andrey Perepelitsa and Irina Voyevodina, Interlegal will take part in the discussion.
Register for the event, join the discussion, ask the questions you want to clear up, get the mass of the useful and qualitative information and be ready for any challenges.
You can find the preliminary agenda here.