Workshop Overview

Reduced training budgets need not imply reduced organizational training. In fact, in challenging times like these, skilling and re-skilling of the workforce is absolutely critical. This training program is uniquely designed to focus on ship chartering covering both dry and wet sectors including commercial and legal considerations in charter negotiations that are key to successful vessel operations & transportation of cargoes around the world. Delegates will have the opportunity to gain precious insights from our expert speakers on the workings of the chartering market, rights and obligations of the owners and charterers, common contractual issues in ship chartering and importance of international rules and regulations. This highly interactive training program will cover the topics on both dry and wet chartering starting from refreshing the basics to advanced including shipping market structure, various charter party forms, important cargo documents, charter negotiations, voyage estimating, common contractual issues and ways to address them. The emphasis is on sound commercial practice and practical decision making, drawing on the working knowledge and experience of our expert speakers. The course includes very detailed and practical syndicate group working format exercises on ship chartering that will provide a real life ship chartering experience to the delegates.

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Key Benefits of Attending

  • Gain in-depth understanding of both Dry and Wet charterparties, their clauses and intricacies
  • Improve your bottom line by gaining a better understanding of the current issues and legal trends associated with ship chartering
  • Learn how to negotiate effectively to formulate the best contract for your fleet
  • Develop your expertise in chartering vessels through practical and interactive chartering group exercises
  • Explore the best methods for securing your claim
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Who Should Attend

This course will be very useful and beneficial for;

  • Ship Owners and Managers
  • Charterers including Traders, Importers and Exporters
  • Ship Operators
  • Ship Brokers
  • Claims Executives
  • Port and Ship Agents
  • Freight Forwarders
  • Legal Advisors
  • Government Bodies related to Shipping
  • Banks