20th Mare Forum Greece 2020 (postponed to March 2021- date to be announced)
March 12th, 2020
Piraeus - Greece
at the Celestyal Olympia cruise ship
With reference to the COVID-19 developments, Yesterday (8 March) the Greek Government announced the suspension of all conferences, among other activities, in Greece during the next 4 weeks.
Therefore the 20th Mare Forum Greece is suspended till further notice.
We will inform you as soon as possible the new date which the conference will take place.
We apologize for any inconvenience that has been caused.
Everything is changing - τα πάντα ρει
Shipping and Trade Trends
Following 21 years very successful conferences held to all maritime hubs in the world and 20 years of successful conferences held in Greece MARE FORUM is pleased to announce the occurrence of the 20th Mare Forum Greece 2020 to be held on Thursday12th March 2020 at the Celestyal Olympia cruise ship in Piraeus.
* The forum will analyze the markets and the maritime transportation of oil, gas and dry bulk commodities, the offshore and containers ongoing developments, the geopolitical risks, the upcoming industrial and technology post-crisis “revolution”, the regulations and the environmental imperatives, the 2020 and beyond scrubbers and fuels , the Digital transformation of Shipping and Ports, the future of the global shipping hubs and Greece, and views on smart and profitable investments.
* The forum will focus also on the ongoing developments at the Eastern Mediterranean Cyprus, Greece, Egypt, Israel and other countries, deepwater offshore developments on oil and gas exploration and maritime transportation
The conference will provide an interactive forum for participants to network, learn, discuss and debate all contemporary and future themes in the shipping, marine, and maritime industries in the region and the world.
Views will be shared and debated by ship-owners and ship-operators, shipbuilders, charterers, traders, analysts, bankers, consultants and entrepreneurs, classification societies, policy-makers, regulators, maritime lawyers, environmentalists, equipment providers and manufacturers, crew manning agents, industry associations, port and terminal operators, the media and other members of the maritime services providers community from the region and all over the world who will take an active part at this interesting conference.
This forum will take place in an open, stimulating, free-flowing and attractive environment combined with informal discussions which once again will demonstrate the successful hallmark of the Mare Forum formula.
Participants will plunge in a pool of inspiring themes and ideas, and new network opportunities so make sure to be there!