Vessel Performance Optimisation Forum Singapore
9 October 2018
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 Jens Ewerling, Director, Maritime Broadband, Cobham SATCOM

Jens Ewerling, Director, Maritime Broadband, Cobham SATCOM

 Vikrant Sharma, Lead Business Strategist, Lead Business Strategist, Lead Business Development and Consulting, ClassNK - UPDATE

Vikrant Sharma, Lead Business Strategist, Lead Business Strategist, Lead Business Development and Consulting, ClassNK - UPDATE

 Vikrant Sharma, Lead Business Strategist, Lead Business Strategist, Lead Business Development and Consulting, ClassNK

Vikrant Sharma, Lead Business Strategist, Lead Business Strategist, Lead Business Development and Consulting, ClassNK

Sea Japan
 Douwe Vellinga, Marketing and Sales Director, VAF Instruments - update

Douwe Vellinga, Marketing and Sales Director, VAF Instruments - update

 Brent Bruun Chief Operating Officer KVH - update

Brent Bruun Chief Operating Officer KVH - update

 Eric Jan Bakker, VP Sales Asia Pacific, Marlink

Eric Jan Bakker, VP Sales Asia Pacific, Marlink

 Douwe Vellinga, Marketing and Sales Director, VAF Instruments

Douwe Vellinga, Marketing and Sales Director, VAF Instruments

 Dr. Lars Greitsch, Managing Director, Head of Research and Innovation, MMG - Mecklenburger Metallguss GmbH

Dr. Lars Greitsch, Managing Director, Head of Research and Innovation, MMG - Mecklenburger Metallguss GmbH

 Takanori Hisajima Deputy General Manager Smart Shipping Office Mitsui O.S.K. Lines, Ltd.

Takanori Hisajima Deputy General Manager Smart Shipping Office Mitsui O.S.K. Lines, Ltd.

 Pradeep Chawla, Chairman, GlobalMET, Managing Director, QHSE and Training (Quality, Health, safety and Environment), Anglo-Eastern Ship Management Ltd

Pradeep Chawla, Chairman, GlobalMET, Managing Director, QHSE and Training (Quality, Health, safety and Environment), Anglo-Eastern Ship Management Ltd

 Stein Oroe, VP Sales - Applications, Inmarsat Maritime

Stein Oroe, VP Sales - Applications, Inmarsat Maritime

 Thomas Weber Head Development Vessel Performance StormGeo

Thomas Weber Head Development Vessel Performance StormGeo

 Ryo Kakuta, Branch Manager SIMS, Monohakobi Technology Institute, NYK Line

Ryo Kakuta, Branch Manager SIMS, Monohakobi Technology Institute, NYK Line

 Dr. Ando Hideyuki, Senior General Manager, Monohakobi Technology Institute, NYK Line

Dr. Ando Hideyuki, Senior General Manager, Monohakobi Technology Institute, NYK Line

 Philip Chaabane, CEO, I-Tech

Philip Chaabane, CEO, I-Tech

 Kenshi Date, Director sales, Chugoku Marine Paints (CMP)

Kenshi Date, Director sales, Chugoku Marine Paints (CMP)

 Peter Keller, Executive Vice President, TOTE, Chairman, SEA\LNG

Peter Keller, Executive Vice President, TOTE, Chairman, SEA\LNG

 Michiel Hendrikx, Regional Sales Director Asia Pacific, Damen Shipyards

Michiel Hendrikx, Regional Sales Director Asia Pacific, Damen Shipyards

 Ryo Kakuta, Branch Manager SIMS, Monohakobi Technology Institute, NYK Line

Ryo Kakuta, Branch Manager SIMS, Monohakobi Technology Institute, NYK Line

 Peter Keller, Executive Vice President, TOTE, Chairman, SEA\LNG - update

Peter Keller, Executive Vice President, TOTE, Chairman, SEA\LNG - update

 Shinobu Suzuki Country manager Marlink

Shinobu Suzuki
Country manager
Marlink

  Dr. Eng. Yasuhiko Inukai  Manager Hydrodynamics Design Group, Planning & Development Department, Ship & Offshore Division  Japan Marine United Corporation

Dr. Eng. Yasuhiko Inukai
Manager Hydrodynamics Design Group, Planning & Development Department, Ship & Offshore Division
Japan Marine United Corporation

 Rob O'Dwyer, Editor, Digital Ship

Rob O'Dwyer, Editor, Digital Ship

 Brent Bruun Chief Operating Officer KVH

Brent Bruun Chief Operating Officer KVH

 Masaru Tsujimoto, Director, Fluids Engineering & Hull Design Department, National Maritime Research Institute, National Institute of Maritime, Port and Aviation Technology

Masaru Tsujimoto, Director, Fluids Engineering & Hull Design Department, National Maritime Research Institute, National Institute of Maritime, Port and Aviation Technology

 Knut Natvig Marlink

Knut Natvig
Marlink

 Akihiro Tamura Director, Technical and Planning Office, Maritime Department, Marine & Environmental Strategy Division MLIT Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism

Akihiro Tamura Director, Technical and Planning Office, Maritime Department, Marine & Environmental Strategy Division MLIT Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism

 Akihiro Tamura Director, Technical and Planning Office, Maritime Department, Marine & Environmental Strategy Division MLIT Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism

Akihiro Tamura Director, Technical and Planning Office, Maritime Department, Marine & Environmental Strategy Division MLIT Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism

Session 1

Ship Planning and Design for Optimal Efficiency

A vessel should be designed optimally for the operations that it will encounter over its lifetime. There has been much change in the industry over the last five to seven years, and focus on efficient designs has increased significantly. Experts in ship operations and ship design will use this session to discuss how design methods have improved, both in setting new requirements to efficient tonnage and also in today’s ship design methods.

Session 2

Fleet Performance Management

Companies are slowly learning how to manage new anti-fouling coatings, quality of dry-dockings, how and when to conduct hull cleanings, and propeller polishing. Hull and propeller degradation during and after a dry-docking period is a major contributor to ship underperformance, but other factors also leave for improvement; engine efficiency, power production and power consumption, paint, use of boilers, shaft generators, consumption in harbours – these all have an impact on the efficiency of the typical merchant fleet.

 
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This Forum will provide a tactical approach to vessel performance – with practical discussion, and an overall holistic approach to ship operations. We will investigate regulations, innovations and best practices for vessel performance in design and operations. We will look at the future of integrated whole ship operations, and consider the impact of ship efficiency on ship shore operations.

Through two defined plenary sessions and informative question and answer panel sessions, we will focus on practical methods, and will bring together representatives to discuss vessel performance optimisation to achieve operational excellence.


Sessions

Session 1: Ship Planning and Design for Optimal Efficiency

A vessel should be designed optimally for the operations that it will encounter over its lifetime. There has been much change in the industry over the last five to seven years, and focus on efficient designs has increased significantly. Experts in ship operations and ship design will use this session to discuss how design methods have improved, both in setting new requirements to efficient tonnage and also in today’s ship design methods.

Session 2: Fleet Performance Management

Companies are slowly learning how to manage new anti-fouling coatings, quality of dry-dockings, how and when to conduct hull cleanings, and propeller polishing. Hull and propeller degradation during and after a dry-docking period is a major contributor to ship underperformance, but other factors also leave for improvement; engine efficiency, power production and power consumption, paint, use of boilers, shaft generators, consumption in harbours – these all have an impact on the efficiency of the typical merchant fleet.