Education Day

All Education Day activities will be held in the InterContinental Shanghai Expo Hotel’s Terrace Ballroom, 3rd Floor.

08:30 – 09:00
Registration & Welcome Coffee | Tea

09:00 – 09:10
Welcoming Remarks
Elizabeth Wetzel, Breakbulk Education Day Coordinator

09:10 – 09:45
Opening Keynote: The World of Breakbulk: An EPC Perspective

Breakbulk includes a great array of businesses – shippers, freight forwarders, ports and terminal operators and EPCs among them. Our experienced executive from a global Engineering, Procurement and Construction (EPC) company will discuss the movement of breakbulk cargo from his perspective.

Ronny Zhang, Logistics Supervisor, Fluor China

09:45 – 10:45
Session 1: Project Cargo Case Study

Ugo Vincent, Project Cargo Director China, CMA-CGM (China) Shipping

10:45 – 11:00
Networking Coffee | Tea Break

11:00 – 11:45
Session 2: Chartering

Vivek Jain, FDD Manager, Solicitor Advocate, Andrew Liu Brokers and Consultants

11:45 – 12:30
Session 3: The Forwarder’s Perspective

Freight forwarders are an important link in the logistics supply chain. While most of the documentation is under their responsibility, there are many more details to review, many of which have some big monetary consequences. An important project cargo freight forwarder will speak about the role and responsibilities of the freight forwarder.

Even Zhang, Head, Regional Wind Competence Center APAC; Senior Project Manager DHL (China)

12:30 – 13:30
Networking Luncheon

13:30 – 14:15
Session 4: Operations: The Physical Cargo Movement

Once the booking has been arranged and the documents have been cleared, the physical movement of the cargo occurs.  Careful planning and strong attention to safety are needed, otherwise the results could be catastrophic!  An experienced shipping executive will discuss the importance of safe operations and resulting good out turn of cargo.

Jack Hu, Business Development Manager, Wallem Group

14:15 – 14:45
Session 5: Lessons Learned from Recent Grads

14:45 – 15:00
Networking Coffee | Tea Break

15:00 – 16:00
Breakbulk Career Fair

Description: The career fair is an open session with representatives from many sectors of the breakbulk industry. Students move from table to table to discuss career prospects.

Carriers Table
Oskar Orstadius, Global Segment Account Manager, Breakbulk and Project Cargo, Höegh Autoliners
Jingbo Yan, Head of Sales Region East Asia, Höegh Autoliners
Johnny Shao, Chartering Manager, BBC Chartering

EPCs/Shippers Table

Ports and Terminals Table

Support Services Table
Wei Zhuang, General Manager, BIMCO Shanghai Centre
Cheng Li, Shanghai Branch Manager, Mund+Bruns

Logistics Providers Table
Kaleemulla Shariff, Projects Manager, Almajdouie Logistics
Izaz Ahmed Watangi, Marketing Manager Logistics, Almajdouie Logistics

16:00 – 16:15
Closing Remarks
Elizabeth Wetzel, Breakbulk Education Day Coordinator

Sessions

Quick Look

  • Opening Keynote: The World of Breakbulk: An EPC Perspective
  • Session 1: Project Cargo Case Study
  • Session 2: Chartering
  • Session 3: The Forwarder’s Perspective
  • Session 4: Operations: The Physical Cargo Movement
  • Session 5: Lessons Learned from Recent Grads
  • Breakbulk Career Fair

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