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Threats in the maritime domain can originate and end, well beyond the ports’ surrounding limits and it is this particular aspect of security which will be the focus of this interactive half day workshop.  Coupled with the discussion on the individual links of the supply chain, will be the review of the current security initiatives presently being instigated by the various US agencies for container vessels serving the North American trades.

The workshop and the ensuing debate should benefit senior executives with the following business backgrounds:
 

  • Container carriers
  • Ship managers
  • Container terminal operators
  • Intermodal transportation carriers
  • Shipping agents
  • International regulatory bodies
  • Military security specialists


About the workshop leader:

Richard E W Butcher is Chairman and Managing Director of Invicta Management Services, providers of commercial and operational advice to companies involved in deep sea cargo transportation, with a specialisation in the container business. He is a qualified Master Mariner with an extra Master Mariner's BSc in Maritime Studies, a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Logistics & Transport; and a Fellow of the Royal Institute of Navigation.

In 1979 he formed his own company - Invicta Management Services - to provide expert consultancy on a long term basis for companies involved in the container business.

 

Cambridge Academy of Transport has been conducting a wide range of maritime transport related training programmes for over 25 years.  No two courses are alike, other than in their basic structure.  Current issues always dictate content, which is being continually updated by the lecturers who have hands-on experience and day-to-day contact with the industry, thereby giving a practical slant to all the programmes. Cambridge Academy of Transport have also tailor-made a series of practical courses in association with the Baltic Exchange to meet the needs of those involved in the shipping business. Apart from Cambridge and London, the programmes are run at other maritime centres around the world.

 

 

Workshop programme

8:30 Registration & Coffee

9:00 Start

10:30 Morning Coffee

11:00 Resume

13:00 End

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