Kyriacos Panayides

Kyriacos Panayides

Managing Director AAL Shipping

Kyriacos Panayides joined the ranks of the shipping industry in the early 1990s following his graduation in Business Administration and post graduate studies in Shipping. A Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Shipbrokers, he combines extensive experience in multiple sectors of the shipping industry, such as shipowning, shipmanagement, commercial operations, tanker pools, liners and shipping agencies. Throughout his career, he has been involved in numerous shipping projects and transactions, as well as holding several directorial positions in shipping companies belonging to the Schoeller Holdings Group. Since 2015 he has resided in Singapore as Managing Director of AAL Shipping.  

AAL is a multiple award-winning and global multipurpose and heavy-lift shipping operator that has served the breakbulk, project heavy-lift and dry bulk sectors for almost 25 years. Its triage of service models – tramp chartering solutions, semi-liner trades and liner services – provide flexible transport solutions that connect every compass point via a network of well-established local offices across the world. AAL operates one of the market’s youngest and largest fleets of multipurpose heavy-lift vessels with a heavy lift capability of 700 tonnes. The fleet is supported by a dedicated team of commercial, chartering, engineering and operations professionals that have accomplished numerous industry firsts for the carrier and its customers. AAL’s growing global customer base represents dynamic industries like oil & gas, mining, wind energy, construction, agriculture and leisure.

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Tuesday 09/02/2021

From 12:30 To 13:30

02/09/2021 12:30 02/09/2021 13:30 IMO 2020: What We Now Know… Having been in place for just under two months, this session will discuss how the implementation of the IMO 2020 regulation on 1st January has impacted the breakbulk and project cargo sector so far. With marine transport contributing to the largest proportion of all breakbulk movements globally, we are now able to answer some of the most pressing questions, such as ‘what will the price of bunker be?’ and ‘what is the cost of non-compliance?’. Join this diverse panel to discover how the industry has adapted so far and what the forecasts are for the rest of 2020.

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Za’abeel Hall 5, Breakbulk Main Stage

Za’abeel Hall 5, Breakbulk Main Stage

"IMO 2020: What We Now Know…"

Arne Hubregtse Grant Wattman Kyriacos Panayides Ulrich Ulrichs
Time and date

Tuesday 09/02/2021

From 12:30 To 13:30

02/09/2021 12:30 02/09/2021 13:30 IMO 2020: What We Now Know… Having been in place for just under two months, this session will discuss how the implementation of the IMO 2020 regulation on 1st January has impacted the breakbulk and project cargo sector so far. With marine transport contributing to the largest proportion of all breakbulk movements globally, we are now able to answer some of the most pressing questions, such as ‘what will the price of bunker be?’ and ‘what is the cost of non-compliance?’. Join this diverse panel to discover how the industry has adapted so far and what the forecasts are for the rest of 2020.

SPONSORED BY


 
Za’abeel Hall 5, Breakbulk Main Stage
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Za’abeel Hall 5, Breakbulk Main Stage

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