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  May 11th, 2024 | Written by

Maritime Community Convenes in Athens for Poseidonia 2024 World Expo

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Gathering in Athens for the Poseidonia 2024 World Expo, the maritime industry is poised to delve into crucial issues shaping its trajectory. With over 65 seminars and conferences scheduled from June 3 to 7, the event promises robust discussions on the future of shipping.

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Drawing attention from across the globe, Poseidonia will host representatives and experts tackling diverse topics essential to the industry’s evolution. Notably, the Tradewinds Shipowners Forum, a hallmark of Poseidonia, will examine a new model addressing geopolitical shifts, economic uncertainties, and environmental concerns.

Distinguished leaders such as Katerina Bodouroglou and Evangelos Marinakis will lead discussions on adopting new technologies and sustainable fuels, emphasizing their economic viability. The HELMEPA Conference, coinciding with World Environment Day, will further explore sustainability and climate issues, offering strategies for industry-wide adoption.

The Greener Shipping Summit 2024 will spotlight next-generation ship management, technological advancements, and educational initiatives for a greener maritime sector. Meanwhile, the Maritime Leaders Summit, themed “Dashing Ahead – Leadership in Action,” will unite Greek and international shipowners to address critical industry challenges.

Addressing geopolitical tensions and supply chain disruptions, the Marine Insurance Greece Conference will convene industry experts to navigate current marine insurance challenges. Notable events include seminars on nuclear energy in shipping, crew management insights, and Poland’s role in the maritime industry.

From discussions on commodity dynamics to enhancing ferry travel experiences, Poseidonia 2024 promises a comprehensive exploration of the industry’s future. With a focus on innovation, sustainability, and collaboration, stakeholders converge in Athens to chart a course for maritime excellence.