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33 leading shipping companies to present at Capital Link’s maritime forum

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Capital Link’s 11th annual New York Maritime Forum will take place on Tuesday 15 October 2019 at The Metropolitan Club, New York City.

The Forum is organised in partnership with DNB, and in cooperation with the New York Stock Exchange, NASDAQ, New York City Economic Development Corporation and The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey. The event is known for its attendance by investors, shipowners and capital providers.

The conference will feature senior executives from leading maritime companies, financiers and industry participants who will discuss trends, development and the outlook of the various shipping market segments and will also cover topics of critical interest to the shipping industry.

The forum features a series of panel discussions as well as one-to-one meetings between investors and executives from shipping companies.

Capital Link’s conferences are organised in London, New York, Shanghai, Singapore, Tokyo, Limassol and Athens. They are known for combining rich informational content with unique marketing and networking opportunities.

Keynote speakers

Mark Buzby, Maritime Administrator – US Department of Transportation
Meg Gentle, President and CEO – Tellurian Inc.

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