ICHCA Ship-Port Interface Seminar and ISP 76

Holman Fenwick Willan LLP provides a comprehensive service to the global maritime business community. It has over 200 lawyers and 13 Master Mariners worldwide, specialising in maritime law, reflecting its long involvement in this field. Its maritime lawyers have a sound understanding of how the market works across dry shipping, admiralty and crisis management, and transactional work. HFW represents the full spectrum of those involved in the industry, including shipowners and charterers, P&I Clubs, banks, international agencies, shipyards, marine insurance underwriters, governments and brokers. www.hfw.com


TT Club has single-mindedly served the international transport and logistics community since 1968, evolving alongside the industry to provide the highest quality comprehensive cover. Unlike general insurers, TT Club is a specialist in the field. TT stands for ‘Through Transport’, reflecting the door-to-door nature of the risks covered. ‘Club denotes the mutual status, with membership belonging to the Members rather than shareholders. TT Club’s leadership means that it insures 80% of all maritime containers and have an insurable interest in over 45% of the world’s top 100 ports. It also insures some of the largest freight forwarders and logistics operators, as well as hundreds of smaller operators. www.ttclub.com


Hirschmann MCS is the world market leader in safe load indication for telescopic and lattice boom cranes and a specialist for safety solutions in gantry and port cranes, especially in harsh environments. As one of the leading system suppliers, the company sets standards in innovative automation platforms for mobile applications in harsh environments. Drawing on expertise and experience gained during more than 40 years, the team of Hirschmann MCS enables communication between people and machines. The product and system solutions include software and hardware for sensors, controllers, and consoles for mobile cranes, earthmoving machines, mining, road construction and port industry applications. As a reliable, innovative, and flexible provider of leading-edge technology, high-quality products, and first-rate services, Hirschmann MCS is committed to ensuring that today’s components and solutions already comply with tomorrow’s specific safety requirements and generally valid standards. www.hirschmann.com

Tecsis represents innovative quality solutions in the measuring and sensor technology – worldwide. In more than 90 years, tecsis has developed into a leading manufacturer when it comes to force, pressure and temperature measurement. Tecsis have a close development partnership with many of their customers no matter if medium-sized or large companies. Their main range of products consists of load cells, pressure sensors and inclination sensors for crane and hoisting applications in harbours, on ships and in the offshore area. Tecsis force transducers provide technology for the most stringent safety requirements - approved in accordance with ATEX, SIL and IECEx. http://www.tecsis.com/


Since 1993, FEPORT has represented the interests of a large variety of terminal operators and stevedoring companies performing operations and carrying out activities over 400 terminals in the seaports of the European Union. FEPORT speaks on behalf of more than 1200 companies. Its aim is to promote the interests of its members i.e. national associations and global multinational companies and to maintain constant dialogue with all EU institutional and non-institutional stakeholders. www.feport.eu


Container Management (cm) has been published for more than 30 years serving the port, terminal, intermodal and container handling equipment industries worldwide. Since 2005, a continuous programme of increasing effort and resources in the title has resulted in it becoming the leading publication in its field with an acknowledged superior service for both readers and advertisers. container-mag.com

Forkliftaction has been connecting business people who buy, sell and work with materials handling equipment since launching in 2000. The unique business platform offers approx. 20,000 daily visitors a variety of industry resources including independent news, used equipment sales, business directory, expert blogs, forums, events calendar and much more. 

The Harbours Review project of the Baltic Press publishing house stands for a completely free on-line European ports database as well as monthly E-zines with expert views on the most important issues for Europe’s port sector. Every week the port database is updated with new entries to gather in one-place often scattered data about the European harbours’ main features. http://harboursreview.com/


Logistics Update Africa (LUA) is a bi monthly trade magazine that brings the most credible news, views and stories of and from Africa about the continent’s vibrant and evolving transport and logistics industries. www.logupdateafrica.com


Port Technology is the only technical preview and review of advanced technologies for ports, harbours and terminals world-wide. Each edition features over 30 technical papers written by leading industry professionals, which reflect emerging trends and technical advances that enhance efficiency and increase productivity in ports and terminals. Port Technology continues to bring to its readership cutting-edge philosophies and technologies including business intelligence, short-sea shipping, integrated transport decision-making and intermodal.

The Loadstar is known at the highest levels of logistics and supply chain management as one of the best sources of influential analysis and commentary. The focus is on independent, high-quality journalism for the benefit of our readers’ knowledge and understanding. www.theloadstar.co.uk


WorldCargo News is the world’s leading resource for international cargo professionals. www.worldcargonews.com