Seatrade is delighted to announce the 2010 judging panel for the prestigious annual Seatrade Awards. In keeping with the high standards of the awards, the panel has been specially selected to provide a totally independent judging process. Efthimios Mitropoulos, Secretary-General, International Maritime Organization will once again chair the judging panel.
The internationally acclaimed Seatrade Awards provide the perfect opportunity for companies to get their products/services in front of the industry’s key figureheads:
- The Rt. Hon. The Lord Clinton-Davis, PC, Former Chairman, Advisory Committee on Protection of the Sea (ACOPS)
- Vassilis Constantakopoulos, Chairman, HELMEPA
- David Dingle, Chairman, European Cruise Council (ECC)
- Nick Fistes, Chairman, INTERTANKO
- Dr Hermann J. Klein, Chairman, International Association of Classification Societies (IACS)
- Jan Kopernicki, Chairman, Oil Companies International Marine Forum (OCIMF)
- Robert Lorenz-Meyer, President, BIMCO
- Nicolas Pappadakis, Chairman, INTERCARGO
- Spyros M. Polemis, Chairman, International Chamber of Shipping (ICS), and President, International Shipping Federation (ISF)
The judges will assess the following award categories:
- Safety at Sea. Award sponsored by Lloyd’s Register.
- Protection of the Marine and Atmospheric Environment. Award sponsored by ABS.
- Innovation in Ship Operations
- Investment in People
The deadline to submit entries is 31 December 2009.
There will also be three additional awards presented by Seatrade at the Awards Ceremony Dinner on Monday 24 May, Guildhall, City of London.
In the new year, the judging panel will rigorously assess all entries and compile a short-list. The final selection will be made just hours before the Seatrade Awards Ceremony Dinner.
To download entry forms and for further information visit: www.seatrade-global.com/awards
Founded in 1970, Seatrade is among the maritime industry’s most respected brands, specialising in publications, websites, events, awards schemes and management training covering all aspects of activity.
For further information contact:
Tel: +44 1206 545121, Fax: +44 1206 545190