• Bromma STS & RTG Spreader Training  - May 2016 - Caucedo - Dom Rep

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containerThe gap is closing on the July 2016 timeline for the implementation of new regulation under the International Maritime Organization’s (IMO) Safety of Life at Sea (SOLAS) Convention requiring shippers to certify the gross mass of containers prior to vessel loading. There have been many calls for a delay of the implementation date, but having been announced in 2014, the IMO’s position appears unmovable and, simply put, vessel operators who subscribe to SOLAS will have to comply. 

BUT, are the region’s ports and shipping industry players ready? AND, are you aware of the latest developments under this far-reaching regulation?

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Barak Obama’s journey to Havana in recent days signals advancing rapprochement with the United States after some 55 years of economic sanctions which have impeded the development of trade between Cuba and the rest of the world. While thawing relations between the two countries present obvious opportunities for Cuba, there may be a whirlwind of untapped business potential for discerning investors seeking to benefit from first-mover advantage in the post-embargo era. For businesses looking to explore, develop and deepen commercial ties with Cuba, the time may very well be NOW!

Register now for the CSA's Spreader Training Course 2016 in Association with Bromma!

 

Leading manufacturers of MHC, STS and Yard Spreaders, Bromma, has partnered with the Caribbean Shipping Association (CSA) for a second consecutive year to offer hands-on training to CSA members in the use of various models of its fleet of spreaders. The latest programme is scheduled for May 10 - 13, 2016 at the facilities of DP World Caucedo - Dominican Republic.

Participants can expect to exit the intensive three-days of study and field training with a comprehensive understanding of operating Bromma Spreaders to the manufacturer’s standards, maintenance of the equipment and its latest technological advancements.

TrainingDevelopmentThe Caribbean Shipping Association is pleased to provide its stakeholders with exposure to best practice operations at the Kingston Wharves Limited (KWL) operated port facility in Jamaica through this Terminal Exchange opportunity.

The study tour is open to participants from companies in good standing with the CSA in cohorts of 8 per course. The first group of registrants will be immersed in operations at KWL over the period April 11 to 15, 2016, while the second group will commence on April 18th, running for a similar period. 

 
 
 
 

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