Teus van Beek

Teus van Beek

General Manager Ecosystem Innovation Wärtsilä

Teus van Beek studied naval architecture with specialization in ship hydromechanics at at Delft University of Technology. His experience is related to the design and applications of marine power systems to all kind of vessels. He has been active in external commercial contacts as well and has a wide network in the shipping industry. Van Beek has contributed to more than 30 technical publications on all levels of ship power systems. At Wärtsilä, he and the innovation team work to create and promote future concepts for the marine industry through thought leadership and testing new technologies and solutions. They also work with customers to co-create and explore introduction of new solutions to support sustainable shipping. Van Beek’s ambition is to drive the marine industry towards zero emission.
 
Wärtsilä is a global leader in smart technologies and complete lifecycle solutions for the marine and energy markets. By emphasising sustainable innovation, total efficiency and data analytics, Wärtsilä maximises the environmental and economic performance of the vessels and power plants of its customers. In 2018, Wärtsilä’s net sales totalled EUR 5.2 billion with approximately 19,000 employees. The company has operations in over 200 locations in more than 80 countries around the world. Wärtsilä is listed on Nasdaq Helsinki.
 

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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?
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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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