CDMC Events will be presenting the 2nd Asia OSV Summit 2014 on June 19, 20, 2014 in Shanghai, China. It will focus on Commercial Trends and Opportunities of Asian OSV Industry in 2014, Overview of Operating in Asia Pacific, Outlook of the New Opportunities and Challenges of Side of OSV Owners, Supply Chain Management: Global Cooperation and Subcontracting Production, New Generation of OSV Technologies Innovation and OSV Finance and Consulting.
It is predicted that the global demand of OSV in especially in Southeast Asia will witness growth over the next five years, with the order level increasing from the current 400 OSV ships annually. Additionally, the OSV industry not only faces formidable technical challenges, but also must adapt to new industry rules.
Indeed, the current OSV fleet may not be sufficient to meet demand due to charterers ’increasingly stringent requirements, and the push for younger and “greener” vessels by regulators. Yet through constant innovation in safety, design, construction, energy-saving capacity and operating risk reduction, a new and more powerful OSV has become the industry standard.
Thus, the mission of the Asia OSV Summit is to serve our members’ interests by promoting a robust communication platform that will address the design, construction and operational maintenance of OSV-related facilities.
Under the theme of tackling the opportunities of OSV industry development, more than 330 Offshore Support Vessel senior management personnel will attend the upcoming conference, more than 25 International Speakers will share their opinions, 20+ Sessions will be conducted, 40 one-on-one Partnering Meetings, 3 Roundtable Discussions as well as the Award Ceremony will be made.
The event will address ever-changing industry trend relevant to ship-owners, shipbuilders and energy companies. In an innovative interactive format, this summit brings you professional information and personalized commercial solutions to help connect different players in the OSV ecosystem.
For more information, please visit http://www.cdmc.org.cn/2014/osv