• 2016 October 10 18:13

    TMS Awards to recognise success in challenging environment

    The year 2016 will not go down as one of the best in the shipping industry’s history, with economic factors and overcapacity producing challenging times for many sectors. But despite the difficulties, companies have continued to excel and innovate and The Maritime Standard Awards 2016 will rightly recognise these positive achievements in an unrivalled occasion on October 24th at the Atlantis, the Palm Dubai, TMS said in a media release.

    The TMS Awards, once again held under the patronage of His Highness Sheikh Ahmed Bin Saeed Al Maktoum, President, Dubai Civil Aviation Authority and Chairman and Chief Executive, Emirates Airline and Group, will have a record attendance of around 700 guests this year, with bookings gathering momentum in recent weeks. The guest list will be a ‘who’s who’ of the shipping and maritime industries in the Middle East and Indian subcontinent and will come from over 65 different countries. Attendees include many high-level executives, making this a fantastic networking opportunity and a chance to meet with potential business prospects.

    Managing director, Trevor Pereira says, “The TMS Awards bind people together. It is the single largest meeting place for shipping and maritime high flyers in the region. All in all it is a great night of celebration.” 

    The TMS Awards assembled an elite panel of judges who have recently determined the finalists in a total of 19 different categories. Clive Woodbridge, TMS editor and chairman of the judging panel comments, “The standard of entries this year was extremely high, and all of those who entered should be commended for their excellent submissions. It was a tough job compiling a shortlist and those who win on the night know they are the best of an exceptional group of finalists.”

    The categories that have been judged are: Classification Society, Marine Broker, Marine Insurer, Maritime Law Firm, Port, Ship Agency, Ship Manager, Shipowner/operator, Shipping Company, Shipyard, Tanker Operator and Terminal Operator of the year, as well as awards for Corporate Social Responsibility, Green Shipping, Maritime Training and Education, Safety, Sustainable Development, Technology and Innovation and Maritime Security. The list of the finalists in these various categories can be found by clicking on this link.

    Trevor Pereira adds, “The Awards are a massive occasion, and have established their position as the biggest gathering of their kind the region. The Atlantis is the ideal setting for such an august occasion as a highly prestigious venue perfectly matching the prestige and quality of those attending." (Further details about how to book a table so not to miss this prestigious event can be found by clicking on this link. Space is limited and tables will be sold on a first come first served basis).

    About The Maritime Standard
    A subsidiary of Flagship Events, The Maritime Standard (TMS) publishes an innovative e-newsletter aimed specifically at the shipping and maritime community. It is delivered fortnightly, on the 1st and 15th of every month, and includes up-to-date news and analysis from the shipping and ports industries and related sectors. Topics that are covered include tanker, container, dry and liquid bulk, ro-ro, and cruise shipping; terminal operations; port development; classification; ship repair and conversion; shipbuilding; ship agency; finance and insurance; maritime law; and transportation & logistics. The Maritime Standard is edited by Clive Woodbridge, a journalist who has been writing about the maritime sector in the Middle East for over 20 years.

    Another division of parent Flagship Events, The Maritime Standard Events focuses specifically on the requirements of the shipping and maritime sector. The company organises a series of industry-leading events across the Middle East, including conferences and exhibitions. It also organises events for third parties in the shipping and ports business.
    This year the master of ceremonies will be Jim Clancy, US journalist and former CNN anchor. Jim worked for CNN form 1982 to 2015, and has won an Emmy and many other awards during is almost 35 years with the station. Jim Clancy is one of the best-known, and globally respected names in journalism, having covered key events across the world in more than three decades with CNN. He is passionate about education and leads journalism training courses in a number of well-known educational establishments.


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17:36 First mega cruise ship built for short cruises delivered to Royal Caribbean
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16:37 MPA: Joint oil spill clean-up operations advance to next phase
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14:31 USACE continues maintenance dredging at Markland Locks
14:29 Green Marine UK partners with C-Power to advance autonomous offshore power systems
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12:04 Green Marine and Ocean Kinetics form JV Partnership to decomission OpenHydro tidal turbine in Scotland
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2024 June 16

16:18 Diana Shipping Inc. announces time charter contract for m/v Myrsini with Cobelfret S.A.
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14:07 Mammoet awarded construction upgrade of Hawaii dry dock
13:54 CMA CGM announces update on its IEX 2 service
12:31 Jan De Nul order first plug-in hybrid dredging vessel
10:26 Solstad announces contract extension for its CSV duo by Subsea 7

2024 June 15

14:15 VARD hosts a christening ceremony for third VARD 8 02 design stern trawler
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2024 June 14

18:09 Strategic R&D alliance formed to standardize materials for LH2 carriers
17:44 BSEE conducts first offshore wind turbine inspection
17:23 Aker Artic completes ice-going SOV concept for offshore wind farms
17:19 Orsted completes construction of combined wind and solar project in Texas
16:57 MPA: Oil spill clean-up in progress at Pasir Panjang Terminal
15:37 ADNOC awards $5.5 billion of contracts for Ruwais LNG plant
15:11 Allseas awarded Troll extension pipeline
14:26 Havila Shipping inks deals for its three PSVs with Equinor
14:03 LR partners with COFCO International on fleet emissions reduction programme
13:18 Bulk carriers second-hand market overperforms
12:53 CMA CGM announces PSS from Spain (Med) to West Coast South America, Central America & the Caribbean
12:00 QatarEnergy enters 10-year naphtha supply agreement with India's HPL
11:46 ABS releases new notation that enables vessel operators to carry an additional tier of containers
11:33 Holland Shipyards announces successful convertion of an inland vessel into dredger
11:17 DNV joins technical cooperation programme for medical devices (TCP III)
10:42 TES and “K” LINE partner for sustainable maritime shipping solutions
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09:48 MOL and INDU establish JV with for self-operated warehouses in JAFZA Dubai

2024 June 13

18:07 Jan De Nul and partners start AquaForest project for construction of mangrove island in Ecuador
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17:23 MacGregor secures crane order for MMA Offshore
16:40 KR grants approval to HD HHI’s next generation K-Ammonia Storage & Powered PCTC
16:13 Damen Shipyards signs contract with UK’s Portland Harbour Authority at Seawork 2024 for the supply of one of its latest tugs
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2024 June 12

16:47 Solstad bags multiple contract awards in Brazil
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2024 June 11

18:17 WSC releases containers lost at sea report
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