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Breakbulk Southeast Asia 4-6 September 2017
Tuesday, 22 August 2017 06:41

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Breakbulk Southeast Asia
4-6 September 2017
Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

The first Breakbulk Southeast Asia will bring together project owners, EPCs, transport and logistics professionals and others involved in the shipment of project and breakbulk cargo from around the world from 4-6 Sept. at the Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre.

Located near the event’s host port, Port of Klang, Breakbulk Southeast Asia provides a new opportunity for local suppliers to connect with international firms looking to do business in this growing and development-friendly region. Billions of dollars of government investment has been allocated for mass rapid transit projects, port and airport upgrade programs, road building and industrial development on a massive scale. RM2 trillion, roughly US$447 billion, has been apportioned by the government for infrastructure development, according to a market insights study “Transporting the Region to New Heights” from London-based ITE, Breakbulk’s parent company.

Expert insight for business development

Moving project cargo is complex, expensive and labor intensive, and highly reliant on the economy, particularly oil and gas prices. This year’s event will bring together industry leaders and analysts to reveal where the market is going and identify areas of opportunity. For instance, Rolando Gächter, Regional Director IPA Asia Pacific for Independent Project Analysis, will start the conference with Capital Projects Outlook for the ASEAN.

A shippers panel will cover what they would like to see from an evolving project transport supply chain. Panelists include Pravin Rajakrishna, General Manager, Asia Pacific Transportation Operations for Caterpillar; Khalid Siddiq, Regional Category Manager Logistics for Shell and Clement Tan, Global Logistics Manager for Vantage Drilling.

The conference will also feature an insider’s look at the US$16 billion RAPID project with associated facilities costing an additional US$11 billion from Mike Schoofs, General Manager Regional Project Division, Southeast Asia, deugro and Peter Roland, Managing Director, BBC Chartering – Tokyo, along with a representative from Johor Port Berhad.

Professional training for shippers and forwarders

An integral part of every Breakbulk event is education and training. At Breakbulk Southeast Asia, we will offer a one-day course in project freight management, taught by industry veteran Peter Bouwhuis. More than 100 shippers and freight forwarders have participated in this class so far this year, including executives from Shell, ThyssenKrupp, Kiewit, Halliburton, GE Oil & Gas, Saipem and Caterpillar. Note that this workshop is included in our VIP Shipper Club membership program. For more information, contact Winnie Lee at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

Building the industry’s future

Students and those new to the industry can participate in Breakbulk Education Day, a comprehensive introduction into the world of breakbulk and project cargo, taught by industry leaders from well-known companies. Education Day will be held Wednesday, 6 Sept. During the morning, students will receive instruction from Murray Cooper, Senior Manager, SCM Global Logistics, Materials Management, McDermott International, Inc., C. Nazmi Shah C. Yusof, Country Manager, F. H. Bertling Projects Logistics, Sdn, Bhd, and Senthil Nayagam, Chartering Manager, Ahlers Singapore.

In the afternoon students will tour the exhibition floor accompanied by senior executives, offering a unique and valuable networking opportunity. This event is free to undergraduate and graduate students studying logistics, transport, engineering and supply chain at local universities. For more information and to register students, contact Education Manager Elizabeth Wetzel at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

Port focus

The Malaysia China Port Alliance will hold their annual summit in conjunction with Breakbulk Southeast Asia. Participating ports from Malaysia include Bintulu Port Authority, Beibuwan Port Administration Bureau, Johor Port Authority, Kuantan Port Authority, Malacca Port Authority, Penang Port Commission and Port Klang Authority. Attending members from China ports are Fujian Fuzhou Port Authority, Guangzhou Port Authority, Jiangsu Taicang Port Management Committee, Ningbo Port Company Limited, Port of Dalian Authority, Ports Administration of Shenzhen Municipality, Port & Shipping Authority of Haikou City, Shanghai International Port Group Co., Ltd, Xiamen Port Authority and Port of Qingdao.

Government support

Breakbulk Southeast Asia is supported by Ministry of Transport Malaysia, Ministry of Tourism and Culture Malaysia, Malaysia Convention and Exhibition Bureau and Tourism Malaysia. Further because of its importance to trade in Southeast Asia and throughout the world, the government of Singapore is offering its financial support for Singapore-based companies to exhibit in the Singapore Pavilion at Breakbulk Southeast Asia 2017. Submit an application >>

More about Breakbulk events

Breakbulk events are held in five locations around the world. In addition to Malaysia, Breakbulk Americas, the company’s longest running event at 27 years, is held in Houston, Texas, Oct. 17-19; Breakbulk Middle East in Abu Dhabi, UAE, from TKTK Feb. 2018, Breakbulk China in Shanghai from Feb. 2018 and Breakbulk Europe, the largest event of its kind in the world, will be held in Bremen, Germany, for the first time, 24-26 May 2018. For more information about exhibiting, sponsoring and attending these events, visit www.breakbulk.com.

If you are looking to expand your business in this promising region, Breakbulk Southeast Asia is the place to be. For more information, please contact event director Colin Ho at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it or by phone at +603 5022 1999.

Media and cargo owners attend for free. Please contact Leslie Meredith to register at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it . All others may purchase a two-day exhibition and conference pass for MYR 90 (US $20). Register online at www.breakbulk.com/bbsea2017.

Press Inquiries:
Leslie Meredith
Marketing Director & Head of VIP Shipper Club
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+1 801 201 5971

 
SM Line, Asia Pacific Carrier, joins INTTRA Network
Monday, 21 August 2017 02:33

NEW JERSEY: INTTRA, the ocean container shipping industry’s largest neutral electronic transaction platform and information provider, and SM Line, one of the World’s newest and fastest-growing container shipping providers, announced an agreement that will expand INTTRA’s reach in Korea and globally, while offering SM Line an advanced network to create value for its customers.

As a result of the new carrier partnership, INTTRA will provide service through SM Line’s intra-Asia and Asia-U.S. options, and others as the carrier expands. SM Line and its customers will benefit from INTTRA’s network to reduce manual bookings and increase SM Line’s ocean container bookings online.

“The addition of one of the fastest-growing Korean-based global container shippers to our network is welcome news” said Mr. Vijay Minocha, INTTRA’s President of Asia Pacific. “INTTRA’s suite of services will benefit SM Line through improved efficiency and visibility and by creating overall value for customers.”

SM Line is joining the world’s largest network of shippers, freight forwarders and carriers because it believes.

 
OK for coal trans-shipment port
Monday, 14 August 2017 02:17

Deputy Prime Minister Trịnh Đình Dũng has approved the proposal to build a coal shipment port in the southern region.

The deputy PM assigned the Ministry of Industry and Trade in co-operation with the Ministry of Transport and relevant agencies to complete the port construction feasibility report. The port will carry coal to thermo-power plants in the Cửu Long (Mekong) Delta region.

As per the deputy PM’s instruction, the ministries will propose coal shipment plans to serve the urgent thermo-power plant demand in the region while building suitable investment plans to submit to the PM Nguyễn Xuân Phúc for approval.

According to the national electricity development master plan, the Mekong Delta region will have seven major thermo-power centres, including Long Phú, Sông Hậu, Duyên Hải, Bạc Liêu, An Giang, Kiên Lương and Tiền Giang.

The total demand of imported coal for the thermo-power centres would be around 11 million tonnes by 2020 and 22 million tonnes by 2025. The coal demand would increase to 43 million tonnes by 2030.

Local coal resources have been concentrated in the northeastern province of Quảng Ninh which mainly serve for thermo-power centres in the northern and central provinces.

Experts argue that Việt Nam should have a coal trans-shipment port to reduce costs of transport to the centres in the region. However, the Government should consider coal import sources and vessel capacity
 
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