13th Arctic Shipping Summit in Hamburg, Germany on the 5th & 6th December, 2018:

Reflex Marine is a personnel access solution provider serving the maritime and offshore energy industries. The company is dedicated to managing risks, increasing efficiency and improving safety standards.

With over twenty years’ experience, Reflex Marine is widely recognised as a global leader in offshore access. The company is best known for the FROG transfer carrier which is now an industry benchmark.

The two day conference will bring together companies and organisations such as National Coastguards, Senior Arctic Government Officials, Shipping Companies, LNG Projects, Lawyers, P&I Clubs, Arctic Researchers and Lecturers and many more. This will allow for an interactive and open conference which can provide each agent with as much networking and discussion as possible.

For a first draft of the agenda please click here >>>

Key Topics This Year Include:

  • The Polar Code: Where does The Industry Currently Stand
  • Examining New Arctic Infrastructure Developments
  • Insurance Concerns- Understanding Risk in Arctic Shipping
  • Assessing the Geo-Political Landscape in the Arctic: How does this effect The Shipping Industry?
  • Shipping in the Arctic: Practical Case Studies of Operations
  • Arctic Cruises: How is This Emerging Industry Evolving?
  • Meeting Training Requirements and Guaranteeing Crew Competence
  • The Future of Arctic Shipping

 

Previous Attendees Include:

U.S Department of Transport | Norwegian Ministry Of Transport And Communications | Transport Canada | Fathom Marine | ABB OY Marine | AET | Aker Arctic | Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation | Alaska State Capitol | Alfons Hakans | American Bureau of Shipping | Anglo Eastern Ship Management | Applied Weather Technology (Europe) Ltd | Archtech Helsinki Shipyard | Arctia Shipping Ltd. | Arctic Council | Arctic Portal | Atlantic Towing Ltd | Belledune Port Authority | BHP Billiton International Metals BV | Biglift Shipping Toronto | Bureau Veritas | Canadian Coast Guard | Canadian Ice Service | Canadian Shipowners Association | CDG | Chamber of Shipping of British Columbia | Clean Air Task Force | Clean Air-Cool Planet | Crowley Maritime Corporation | Danish Maritime Authority | Danish Meteorological Institute | Deltamarin | Department of Justice Canada | Dockwise Shipping BV | Eimskip Iceland | Environment Canada | ESL Shipping Oy | EU Arctic Forum | Exmar Marine Nv | Fednav | Finnish Meteorological Institute | Finnish Shipowners Association | Frontier Drilling USA Inc. | Gaztransport & Technigaz (GTT) | Germanischer Lloyd Canada Ltd | GNWT – Transportation | Hansa Heavy Lift GmbH | Hoegh LNG | Inmarsat Global Ltd | International Cargo Terminals | International Chamber of Shipping | International Ice Charting Working Group | International Shipping Partners, Inc | Iridium Satellite | Isbjorn International | Island Tug & Barge | Itopf | JSC Russian Space Systems | K2 Shipping AS | Kiewit Offshore Services | Krylov Shipbuilding Research Institute | Krylov State Shipbuilding Institute | Logistics Magazine (Québec) | London Offshore Consultants | Maersk Line | Makivik Corporation | Manitoba Infrastructure & Transportation (MIT) | Marinco Survey | Marine and Environmental Law Instutute | Nunavut Eastern Arctic Shipping (NEAS) | Ocean Group Inc | Ocean, Coastal And River Engineering (OCRE) | Oldendorff Carriers | Ovatek Inc. | Petronav | Polar Research Institute of China