Shipping 4.0: Sailing the Digital Wave

Marseille, France

27 September 2018 - 29 September 2018

Shipping 4.0: Sailing the Digital Wave

Thursday 27 September 2018

18:30 » 19:30 Registration at the Hotel InterContinental
19:30 » 20:00 Transport Law Commission pre-seminar meeting
20:00 » 22:00 Welcome cocktail at the Hotel InterContinental
22:00 Optional dinner

Not included in the registration fees, payable locally

Friday 28 September 2018

08:00 Registration at the Hotel InterContinental
09:00 » 09:30 Welcome address and introduction to the seminar by the AIJA President
Xavier Costa Arnau, AIJA President, Roca Junyent, Spain
09:30 » 11:00 Blockchain in logistics and transportation
Jeremy Herschaft, Blank Rome, US
Frank Farhana, Delviso-Avocats, France on 'Blockchain and Bills of lading'
Wendy van den Nouland, Van Traa, the Netherlands on 'Blockchain in logistics and transportation'
Franck Kayser, Shipmanagement West at V-Group, UK
Magnus Jones, Ernst & Young, Norway on 'Blockchain – From concept to reality'
11:00 » 11:30 Coffee break
11:30 » 13:00 Digitalization in Shipping
Lucas Leite Marques, Kincaid | Mendes Vianna Advogados, Brazil
Bahar Sayhan Gulyás, Sayhan Law, Turkey on 'Electronic docs, a Turkish perspective'
Hendrikje Herrmann, Ahlers & Vogel, Germany on 'Delivery under CMR with electronic docs'
Mateus Andrade Dias, Andrade Dias & Associados, Portugal on 'Port And Logistics Unique Window'
Julien Chapus, OKARGO, France on 'Digitalization of shipping purchases (cargo’s point of view)'
13:00 » 14:00 Lunch
14:00 » 15:30 Cybersecurity and liabilities
Déhia Djahnine, Favarel & Associés, France
Edmund Sweetman, Meana Green Maura & Co, Spain
Sinan Senol, Erçin Bilgin Bektaşoğlu Law, Turkey on 'Cyber-risk policy'
Giedrius Abromavičius, COBALT, Lithuania on 'Lithuanian perspective on the use of platforms for shippers and carriers'
Jennifer Hoovers, Van Steenderen, the Netherlands on 'How the port of Rotterdam is handling cyber security and all its challenges'
15:30 » 16:00 Coffee break
16:00 » 17:30 Compliance with International Regulations
Sébastien Lootgieter,  Villeneau Rohart Simon, France
Béatrice Favarel, Favarel & Associés, France on 'COLREGS, SOLAS and autonomous vessels: Where do we stand?'
Pedro Calmon Neto, Pedro Calmon Filho & Associados, Brazil on 'The importance of an International Regulation related to autonomous ships'
20:00 » 22:00 Dinner at the Rowing Club

Address: 34 Boulevard Charles Livon, 13007 Marseille, France
22:00 Optional clubbing at Le Palais de la Major

Address: 2 Quai de la Tourette, 13002 Marseille, France

Saturday 29 September 2018

09:30 » 11:00 Legal issues related to autonomous shipping
Ansam El Okbani, Delviso Avocats, France
Danielle Quaini, captain, CMA CGM on 'A former Master on board CMA CGM ships'
Diego San Simón, San Simón & Duch, spain on 'The Spanish perspective and the main legal issues faced'
Tim Schommer, Ince & Co, Germany on 'The legal position in Germany compared with the car industry, and a look into the conflict of law issues with a focus on the European legal position'
Christian Bjørtuft Ellingsen, Simonsen Vogt Wiig, Norway on 'The world's first autonomous container vessel project'
11:00 » 11:30 Coffee break
11:30 » 13:00 Insurance seminar: Legal implications of unmanned vessels from an insurance perspective - what should be insured?
Cherry Almeida, Alius Law, the Netherlands
Robert Hoepel, AKD, the Netherlands
Victor Mata, Thomas Cooper, Spain
Duncan Ealand, Campbell Johnston Clark, UK
Tom van Achter, Elegis, the Netherlands
13:00 » 14:00 Lunch
15:00 » 18:00 Optional afternoon social programme
Visit of Le Panier quarter (old town) and the MUCEM (Museum of European and Mediterranean Civilisations)

Not included in the registration fees, payable locally
20:30 Optional dinner

Not included in the registration fees, payable locally