Come and see us at London International Shipping Week

Come and meet the team! If you would like to make an appointment in advance with a member of the team at London International Shipping Week or discuss opportunities before the event please email [email protected] or call 0151 600 2930.

Join us at London International Shipping Week for ‘Investing in a Connected Future’.

12th September 2.00 – 4.30pm. The Willis Building, 51 Lime Street, London, EC3M 7DQ.

Hosted by Louise Minchin (BBC Broadcaster and Journalist) and opened by the Rt Hon John Hayes CBE MP, this pivotal event will look at the big themes in maritime today and what the future holds. Innovators and thought leaders from the sector will share insights and engage in debate with leading figures from other industries such as automotive, digital and manufacturing. Investing in a Connected Future will be a unique event with a fantastic line up of speakers. Register to attend here now.

Talking Innovation: ‘What have augmented reality, sensors and super cars got to do with maritime?… and how could they revolutionise the way we do business’.

Panellists Colin Sinclair, Chief Exec.of Knowledge Quarter Liverpool Jamie Gray, Assoc. Director Maritime & Aviation, Royal HaskoningDHV Mark Rayner, COO. BAC Mono

Talking Skills: ‘What does my future workforce look like and where will I find them?’

Panellists Mike Houghton, Managing Director Siemens Process Industries and Drivers UK & IRL Iain Mackinnon, Secretary to the Maritime Skills Alliance Prof. Ahmed Al-Shamma’a, Executive Dean, Liverpool John Moores University.

Talking Connectivity: ‘How can my supply chain become leaner, greener and more cost effective? Find out how.’

Panellists Stephen Carr, Peel Ports Commercial Director Jerome Wildsmith, Head of Supply Chain B&M Retail Ltd Mark Povall, Director Air Service Development Liverpool John Lennon Airport.

Register to attend here now.

LISW will be one of the world’s biggest and most prestigious maritime events of 2017.  LISW17 is the ‘must attend’ event of 2017 in this sector, offering over 160 industry functions and unique networking opportunities for leaders across all sectors of the international shipping industry – regulators, charterers, ship owners, ship managers, bunker suppliers, lawyers, ship brokers, bankers, insurers, insurance brokers, commodity traders and brokers, ship suppliers, port operators, shipping service providers and many more.

We are hosting an event called ‘Investing in a Connected Future’ conference, alongside our partners Mersey Maritime in collaboration with Peel Ports and Liverpool John Moores University, and you are invited to join Mersey Maritime’s Board of Directors, key members and maritime business leaders from across the UK and internationally in a dialogue on the future of our industry. Find out more and register to attend the event here.

Our aim is to support and accelerate business growth and investment to build a sustainable economy and will be looking to meet companies throughout the conference and exhibition who are interested in investing in our lucrative city region.

Ellen Cutler, Director of Invest Liverpool said, “London International Shipping Week gives Liverpool City Region a global platform that allows us to showcase our maritime strengths to key target audiences. We are working with Mersey Maritime, Liverpool John Moores University and Peel Ports to exhibit alongside their offer, and we have a great mix of Liverpool City Region businesses attending the conference. We are looking forward to meeting delegates who are interested in tapping in to our extensive assets and expanding their company here”.

Meet with one of our Investment Managers and find out more about how locating your business in Liverpool will give you an immediate competitive edge.

To book a meeting at London International Shipping Week with the team please email [email protected] or call  +44 0151 600 2930

More information on London International Shipping Week can be found here.



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