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Shanghai Shipping Forum - September 2016
Posted on Monday, September 12, 2016
New Horizon for Global Co-operation
The Institute of Chartered Shipbrokers and the Qualification
Authority of the Ministry of Transport P. R. China supported the
7th International Shipping Strategic Development Forum
in September in Shanghai. The forum was a great successful and
attracted over 300 industry participants from around the world. A
ceremony was held within the forum to award the 'best student'
of the Institute's Classical Shipping Development Program in
The Lord Mayor of the City of London, Alderman the Lord
Mountevans attended the forum and said that it is currently a
'golden age' for China-UK relationship. He expressed supreme
confidence in the 'golden future' of cooperation in the Maritime
Industries and Finance fields between the UK and China.
Lord Mayor of the City of London, Alderman the Lord
Deputy Mayor of Shanghai Pudong New Area, Jian Danian expressed
that Shanghai Pudong insists promoting global co-operation in the
maritime industry and takes the lead in pushing out the Classical
Shipping Development Program in China. The training program which
is jointly operated with the Institute and the Ministry of
Transport would help to promote professionalism, standardization
and internationalism in Shanghai's shipping industry.
Zhu Chuansheng, the Deputy Director of the Qualification
Authority of the Ministry of Transport, highlighted the demand for
well-qualified and well-trained shipping professionals in China. He
said that the Institute's Classical Shipping Development Program
has been held successfully this year. The aim of this training
program is to develop local shipping professionals and build the
shipping service industry to international standards.
Mr. Sun Pisheng, the first FICS in China awarded membership ties
to the new Institute members in China.
A drink reception was hosted at the end of the forum by the
Institute of Chartered Shipbrokers.
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