Dominik Stehle

Dominik Stehle

Chief Commercial Officer ZEAMARINE

Dominik Stehle is an experienced executive in the field of international shipping and logistics. As Chief Commercial Officer he ensures the integrated commercial success of ZEAMARINE and leads the global expansion of the company. Prior to joining ZEAMARINE, Stehle was employed by the deugro Group as Executive Vice President and Member of the Executive Board. Earlier in his career, Stehle worked for the Bertling Group and Boskalis (formerly known as Dockwise) where he was responsible for global sales and business development activities. Stehle graduated with a bachelor’s degree in International Shipping and Logistics from renowned German university, DAV, and resides in Hamburg.
 
ZEAMARINE is a leading provider of global tramp and liner services for the ocean transportation of heavy lift, breakbulk and project cargoes. Services include chartering activities, cargo operations and supervision, and sophisticated engineering solutions. 300 highly skilled staff are working in 21 offices around the globe. ZEAMARINE operates a fleet of about 90 multi-purpose heavy lift vessels with deadweight capacities ranging between 6,300 and 30,000 dwt, representing a market share of about 15%. The combined lifting capacity of the ZEAMARINE fleet ranges from 80 to 1,400 tonnes.

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Wednesday 22/05/2019

From 13:00 To 13:50

05/22/2019 13:00 05/22/2019 13:50 IMO 2020: What is the true cost of compliance? PRESENTATION LINK
The shipping industry is set to face one of its most significant regulatory changes to date when the IMO’s sulphur cap comes into effect on January 1st, 2020. As compliance dominates industry discussions amid uncertainty over the availability of fuel in certain regions, our panel will discuss the likely impact of the IMO regulation on the breakbulk and project cargo sector.
 
Key questions our panel will tackle:
  • What is the current state of play in the countdown to the new regulation?
  • Will there be a major change in the way the industry operates in 2020?
  • How can breakbulk operators guarantee the supply of compliant fuel in all regions?
  • Who will cover the added compliance costs – ship operators or shippers?
  • What, if any, steps are in place to avoid disruption to service?
  • How will the physical fleet be affected?
  • Will there be an impact on vessel availability?
Breakbulk Main Stage

Breakbulk Main Stage

"IMO 2020: What is the true cost of compliance?"

Christos Chryssakis Dominik Stehle Fabian Traechslin George Griffiths Ian Adams Teus van Beek
Time and date

Wednesday 22/05/2019

From 13:00 To 13:50

05/22/2019 13:00 05/22/2019 13:50 IMO 2020: What is the true cost of compliance? PRESENTATION LINK
The shipping industry is set to face one of its most significant regulatory changes to date when the IMO’s sulphur cap comes into effect on January 1st, 2020. As compliance dominates industry discussions amid uncertainty over the availability of fuel in certain regions, our panel will discuss the likely impact of the IMO regulation on the breakbulk and project cargo sector.
 
Key questions our panel will tackle:
  • What is the current state of play in the countdown to the new regulation?
  • Will there be a major change in the way the industry operates in 2020?
  • How can breakbulk operators guarantee the supply of compliant fuel in all regions?
  • Who will cover the added compliance costs – ship operators or shippers?
  • What, if any, steps are in place to avoid disruption to service?
  • How will the physical fleet be affected?
  • Will there be an impact on vessel availability?
Breakbulk Main Stage
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