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IMPA London Conference programme: A Few Dollars Less

Tuesday 12 September 2017.

This year there will be two streams to the programme. 

Stream 1 is for Purchasers & Suppliers.

Stream 2 for Fleet Managers, Technical Departments, Op's and Purchasers.

This year's IMPA London Conference programme has been specifically designed to offer a broad range of sessions running throughout the day specific to the different areas of interest to the IMPA London attendee. Experts in their fields will share their knowledge, experience and opinion on a wide range of issues.

£245 + VAT for IMPA Members, £395 + VAT for non members.

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Conference Programme

STREAM 1

For Purchasers & Suppliers

Time Session
09:00

Delegate registration opens

10:00

Session 1

How efficiency is the key to further cost reduction
Susan Koefoed, IMPA CEO & Chair.

OPEX Costs - What are the current conditions, future trends and how will they impact on the procurement function?

Martin Dixon, Head of Research Products, Drewry

11:00

Coffee break

11:30

Session 2

Purchasers panel discussion session
'A few dollars less' 

Four Senior Marine Procurement Managers will share their opinions and views on a range of dominant issues affecting the procurement department today and the impact on the supply chain.

Panellist’s include: Ryan Dalgado, Procurement & Supply Chain Director, Thome Shipmanagement Michael Powell, Key Supplier Manager, Graig Shipping Plc

12:45

Networking Lunch

14:15

Session 3

Case study - 'Savings through collaborative logistics' 
This session will feature a real life case study where the 'Total supply concept' has been implemented and will look at the considerable benefits and savings made.

Ole Lykke, Head of Strategic Procurement, Norden A/S


15:15

Coffee break

15:45

Session 4

What's on the horizon?
In this session we take a look at some of the strategies being implemented by the future thinkers in marine procurement.

Erik Graumann, Head of Global Procurement, Oldendorff

George Vassiliades, Director, GENPRO

Anett Nakken, Managing Director, Incentra SA


16:45

Conferences closes

17:00

All delegates are invited to join the networking reception

STREAM 2

For Fleet Managers, Technical Departments, Op's and Purchasers

Time Session
09:00

Delegate registration opens

10:00

Session 1

How efficiency is the key to further cost reduction
Susan Koefoed, IMPA CEO & Chair

OPEX Costs - What are the current conditions, future trends and how will they impact on the procurement function?

Martin Dixon, Head of Research Products, Drewry


11:00

Coffee break

11:30

Session 2

Coatings performance, the latest measurable cost opportunities and analysis.
Claes Skat-Rørdam – Fouling Control Marketing Manager, Hempel A/S.

Developments of the SSAP Smart Platform.
JSMEA.

Dr. Hideyuki Ando, Senior General Manager, Maritime Technology Division, MTI Co., Ltd.


13:00

Networking lunch

14:15

Session 3

Lubricants: panel discussion & debate
Five of the industry's main lubricant manufacturers have been invited to join the debate for a lively session, sharing expert knowledge and guidance in one of the main cost categories.

Panel:

Sara Lawrence, Global Technical Manager, Shell Marine
Jean-Philippe Roman, Technical Director, Total Lubmarine
Rik Truijens, Technical Field Specialist, Marine Lubricants, Chevon Lubricants
Iain White, Global Marketing Manager, Exxon Mobil
Jan Thiedeitz, COO, LukOil 


15:15

Coffee break

15:45

Session 4

The “Ungoverned Space” of fire safety engineering: cost & time efficient solutions

Carl Stephen Patrick Hunter BA(Dunelm) Hon DSc FRINA FIMarEST AFNI MRAeS
CEO & Managing Director
Coltraco Ultrasonics Limited

16:45

Conferences closes

17:00

All delegates are invited to join the networking reception