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Why Containers Are Lost At Sea.
Gain expert insights on

Why containers are lost at sea

- How vessel-specific routing and motion optimization solutions can help prevent container loss.

- How the technology is helping shipping companies achieve an extra 1.5% fuel savings.

- How voyage costs can be reduced without sacrificing safety through real-time onboard route optimization.

There will be a special focus on the SPOS Seakeeping solution, developed in a partnership between DTN and ABB.

Bring your questions — there will be a live Q&A session at the end of the present. The webinar is hosted by Captain John Conrad, CEO of gCaptain.

A special bonus!

After the event, we’ll send you an exclusive white paper on the technicalities of the container loss phenomena.

Jun 22, 2021 03:00 PM in Amsterdam

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Jarco Van den Brink
Shipping Product Manager @DTN
Jarco van den Brink leads the DTN shipping product portfolio with more than 14 years of experience in the marine and shipping industry. As a meteorologist with a background in physics, Jarco and his team combine metocean analytics with innovative technology to keep vessels safe, maximizing fleet performance and helping customers in their digitalization and decarbonization journeys.
Jaap-Jan Stoker
Global solution manager @ABB
For more than 12 years, Jaap-Jan Stoker has worked closely with shipping companies to improve safety. With a background in naval engineering, he focusses on prevention of cargo damage by controlling vessel behavior. In his career Jaap-Jan has been active in multiple research projects for linear and non-linear vessel responses, as well as incident investigations with flag states. Currently he is working on new solutions based on collected vessel data to prevent non-linear vessel responses like parametric roll.
John Konrad
Founder | CEO @gCaptain
Captain John Konrad is the founder and CEO of gCaptain and author of the book Fire On The Horizon. He is licensed to captain the world's largest ships and has sailed from ports around the world. John has built some of the world's most advanced ships and managed billion-dollar offshore construction projects in some of the world's harshest marine environments. John is a distinguished alumnus of New York Maritime College.