Impact of Trade on the Maritime Sector in 2050
10th November 2015,
This seminar was very successful and attended by industry leaders from both
the UK and Continent.
A. How will the shipping industry respond to political conflict and economic
and political instability
B. A new environment – climate change, urbanisation, food security, future
logistics strategies, near shoring and the impact on shipping
C. What role can Scottish competence and innovation play in the future of
the maritime industry and offshore sector?
The Scottish Shipping Benevolent Association’s Centennial Conference
- “100 Years of Scottish Shipping - What Legacy Do We Leave for the Next
Generation?” - held on 11 November 2014 was a roaring success.
George O’Hara’s book, "100 Years of Shipping on the River
Clyde", which was mentioned at the Annual Dinner, is distributed/sold
Witherby Publishing Group Ltd.,
4 Dunlop Square,
Telephone: 01506 463 227
Ferries Review - Pantrak/TRi report on freight is
now available for download. This report covers the Clyde, Western Isles and
Gavin Roser is Secretary General of the European Freight & Logistics Leaders
Forum based in Brussels. Audrey Macnab as Deputy Secretary General runs the
Photograph taken at Multi Modal in Birmingham
in April 2010.
With Gavin Roser is David Cheslin Chairman of Coastlink.
Gavin is Deputy
Transportation Ltd. Registered in Scotland. Company number: SC226626.
Pantrak provides consultancy and project management services to
private and public sector clients in the manufacturing,
logistics and transportation sectors throughout Europe.
Gavin Roser, Pantrak’s Managing Director, is a well known
figure in the transport industry across Europe. Passionate
about his subject and one of few who really understands the core transport
issues affecting Europe, Gavin is co-founder and Deputy Chairman of Coastlink the
short sea shipping network.
Gavin is Secretary General of the European
Freight and Logistics Leaders’ Forum and works with
Audrey Macnab (left) who is F&L Secretariat. Photo taken at F&L Rotterdam,
20 November 2013.