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Tuesday, September 24, 2019

Green Shiptech China Congress logo of Green Shiptech China Congress
May 30-31, 2019
Renaissance Shanghai Putuo Hotel
50 Tongchuan Road
Shanghai, 200033, China

Green Shiptech China Congress is the annual conference hosted by Ridge China. For our past GSCC 2012, GSCC 2013, GSCC 2014, GSCC 2015, GSCC2016, GSCC 2017 and GSCC 2018, more than 2150 experts and decision makers from governments, classification societies, ship-owners, ship-yards, research institutes, technology/equipment suppliers and consulting companies have had in–depth discussion and communication on the current issues of IMO, U.S. Coast Guard, China MSA's policies and regulations, designs and standards for new ship models, innovative and sustainable green ship technologies through this international platform of annual Green Shiptech China Congress.

In year 2019, Over 350 industry experts, corporate decision makers and government officials will be engaged in in-depth exchange of views and discussions on the issues and topics that we concern by virtue of the international platform of Green Shiptech China Congress 2019.

• European Commission
• U.S. Coast Guard
• Shipowners/Shipping companies
• Shipyards
• Classification Societies
• China Maritime Safety Administration
• ....

WHO should attend
CEOs, Presidents, VPs, General Managers, Directors, Chief Engineers, Senior Managers, Marine Architects , Marine Engineers from
• Shipowners
• Shipping companies
• Shipyards 
• Designers  
• Marinetime Research Institute  
• Classification Societies 
• Vendors
• Ports / harbour authorities
• Solution Providers
• Law Firms
• Consulting Companies
• ....

• Policies and Regulations Update and Interpretate by IMO
• Green Ship Designs
• The Application of Big Data for Ship Operational Efficiency
• LNG as A Fuel for Ships
• EGC Installations for Retrofit and New Vessels – Technical and Economic Considerations
• Fast Installation Concept for Scrubbers
• The Impact of the IMO Global Sulphur Cap 2020 on Fuel and Lubricant Selection
• Ballast Water Treatment Systems Retrofitting
• Port State Control Under the Ballast Water Convention in China