The Maritime Standard is holding the third in its highly successful Covid 19: A Leadership Perspective series on Wednesday, 3rd June at 12.30pm Dubai time. On this occasion the Webinar will focus primarily on the potential and actual impacts of Covid-19 in terms of digitalisation within the shipping, ports, logistics and related sectors, as well as other factors driving business transformation. There are many who believe that the crisis offers the chance to accelerate the use of digital tools, with short and long term benefits, and the Webinar is an ideal chance to assess emerging possibilities. It may hasten fundamental changes in other areas of business life – home working for example.
An experienced group of senior executives from different sectors of the maritime industry has been assembled as panelists on the Webinar to discuss the application of digital transformation tools to overcome issues generated by the pandemic, and help keep supply chains moving safely and efficiently, as well as the longer term possibilities. As well as digitalisation, panelists will discuss broader issues relating to business transformation in their particular spheres of activity. Confirmed panelists include: H.E. Ahmed Shareef Al Khoori, Director General, FTA-Land & Maritime; Angus Frew, Secretary General & CEO, BIMCO; Capt. Abdulkareem Al Masabi, CEO, ADNOC Logistics & Services; Ali Shehab, CEO, Kuwait Oil Tanker Company, Abdulla bin Damithan, Chief Commercial Officer, DP World- UAE Region; Said Al Maawali, CEO, Oman Shipping Company & Oman Drydock Company; Richard Briggs, Vice Chairman, EMAC and Dhruv Kotak, Managing Director, JM Baxi.
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