2014-04-15 Freight Networking Event

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Networking Event – Freight Rates – 15th April 2014

 

FREIGHT RATES: Why they are too low for a sustainable shipping market – consequences for the industry  

 

Where: HFW – Holman Fenwick Willan Office, 6th Floor, 

Cours de Rive 13-15, 1204 Geneva

When: 15th April 2014 from 18:00

Price CHF 30

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Networking Event – Freight Rates – 15th April 2014

 

Propeller Club Logo for WebsiteThe Propeller Club is delighted to announce an evening event concerning the current state of freight rates in the shipping market, with talks from industry specialists followed by the chance to meet and engage with those at the forefront of the market. 

 

The talks will be given by Jonathan Le Feuvre and Eric Aboussouan, after which there will be a drinks reception.

 

Jonathan Le Feuvre – ABC Maritime, Nyon

Jonathan Le Feuvre, Chief Commercial Officer, ABC Maritime AG has over 20 years’ experience in Shipping, 18 of which was spent as a Sale & Purchase broker. Prior to joining ABC Maritime in 2011, Jonathan worked for some of the largest names in the business in London, Italy, Mnaco and Singapore. Jonathan is a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Ship Brokers. His insight is gleaned from an in-depth knowledge of both the Wet and Dry markets and a global network of contacts. 

 

Eric Aboussouan – Cargill, Geneva

Eric Aboussouan manages the market research and trading analytics group for Cargill Energy, Transportation and Metals. Based in Geneva, he leads a team of analysts across the US, Europe and Asia. Eric has been with Cargill for over 23 years, worked in Hong Kong and Singapore as the head of Cargill Ocean Transportation for Asia Pacific, and also spent 4 years in Minneapolis where Cargill headquarters are.

 

Where: HFW – Holman Fenwick Willan Office, 6th Floor, 

Cours de Rive 13-15, 1204 Geneva

 

When: 15th April 2014 from 18:00

 

For registration, please click on this link to add your name to the Doodle.  

Please be aware that spaces are limited. 

 

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