Breakbulk Sessions: New Webinar Series
Conversations that matter!
Conversations that matter!
Breakbulk Events & Media’s new webinar channel is online to provide on-target, useful industry information. Offerings will include short course instruction and discussions of key industry issues, presented by experienced instructors and industry leaders. These webinars are presented free of charge as part of our industry education initiative.
Breakbulk will produce our own short-course instruction sessions and industry issue discussions. In addition, Stratfor, our Geopolitical Intelligence Partner, will be sharing its tough, insightful looks at the geopolitical regions affecting the project industry and our events.
Our short-course instruction will teach traffic and operations managers key industry skills and help them communicate more clearly with their customers. Same goes for sales and customer service representatives. Managers, decision makers, and procurement and project specialists will benefit from our industry topic deep-dives and business intelligence offerings on crucial topics.
Wednesday, September, 27 at 1pm ET
Presented by Rodger Baker, Stratfor Vice President of Strategic Analysis
Description: The geopolitical shifts in global power now underway will have a far-reaching and enduring impact on international trade. Vice President of Strategic Analysis Rodger Baker with the geopolitical intelligence and forecasting firm Stratfor will explore what these changes mean for businesses and governments across the Americas, including a look at the future of NAFTA.
Wed, Jan 17, 2018 at 11am ET
Presented by Stratfor’s Middle East analyst
Description: This Stratfor-produced session will focus on global intelligence in the GCC region and the impacts of current activities such as the Qatar embargo
session will tie into the Breakbulk Middle East event to be held Feb 6-7, 2018 in Abu Dhabi.
Original webcast: Wednesday, August 16 at 11am EDT
Presented by Jaynette Kettler, UTC Overseas
Incoterms are essential to successful business transactions. For such a small group of terms, a tremendous amount of misunderstanding and misrepresentation exists. Our presenter will discuss general Incoterms rules usage and common pitfalls, followed by interactive Q&A with the audience.
Wednesday, June 28 at 12pm EDT
presented by our Heavy-lift Ocean course instructor, Cees Coppens
Description: How is a heavy lift vessel defined? What cargoes are considered heavy lift? What vessels are the most suited for heavy lift cargo? Coppens will answer these questions and provide insights based on his extensive experience transporting heavy lift cargoes in this short course, followed by interactive Q&A with the audience.