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Capital Link 11th Annual Operational Excellence in Shipping Forum June 8-9

NEW YORK – Capital Link is hosting the 11th Annual Operational Excellence in Shipping Forum on Tuesday, June 8 and Wednesday, June 9, 11 AM-4:30 PM London time, as a digital conference.

With an 11-year track record, it is the only Forum that showcases Operational Excellence in the Maritime Sector and explores Best Industry Practices across all major areas such as fleet management, technological innovation, crewing, energy efficiency and the environment, safety and security. Special attention will be paid to the continued operational challenges posed from the COVID-19 reality, to sustainability and ESG considerations and new challenges on ship safety, security and human resources.

The forum provides an interactive platform on the topic of Operational Excellence, Best Industry Practices and Sustainability linking shipping companies, charterers, government and non-government industry associations, classification societies, P&I Clubs, Registries, technology and service providers and the financial and investment community.

This year’s forum will once more feature industry leaders from all over the world, connected on-line and addressing a global audience.

Registration is complimentary.

More information is available online: http://forums.capitallink.com/opexcellence/2021/.

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