Frazer-Nash has been confirmed as a Gold Sponsor for the UK Chamber of Shipping’s Virtual Conference: Creating Pathways to 2030, taking place on 11 February.
The Conference will see industry leaders come together and look at the key challenges facing the UK shipping industry and the issues which need to be resolved by 2030.
Frazer-Nash will sponsor the morning’s Environment Panel Debate and Breakout Session. The panel includes Tom Strang (Carnival), Dr Tristan Smith (UMAS), Nick Brown (Lloyd's Register), Bud Darr (MSC) and Howard Lungley (Frazer-Nash).
Commenting on the partnership, Keir Gravil from Frazer-Nash said:
“Frazer-Nash Consultancy is proud to sponsor the UK Chamber of Shipping’s Virtual Conference and to play our part in this important discussion for the industry. At the heart of our company vision and values is a commitment to using our skills and talents to ensure a sustainable future for society. We’re excited to be able to bring our expertise to support the maritime sector, as it strives to reduce shipping’s footprint on the environment and protect it for present and future generations.”
Tony Jerome, Head of Business Development said:
“Tackling climate change is a top priority for the Chamber and this panel session brings together some of the world’s leading shipping experts: we are delighted to have Frazer-Nash sponsoring the session. The industry has made great strides in recent years, but there are still important questions on how we are going to decarbonise the sector and it is vital we discuss what can be achieved by 2030.”
The Virtual Conference is a full day event and will be moderated by industry expert Paddy Rodgers. Find out more about the event at https://ukchamberofshipping.com/latest/frazer-nash-sponsor-uk-chamber-shipping-virtual-conference/.