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Thursday, March 21, 2019 

The Asian Marine Casualty Forum (AMCF) says that with container ship casualties occurring at alarming frequency, the timing of the third edition of its forum, where the consequences and causes will be debated, could not be better.

Specialists with first-hand experience in managing casualties are to discuss what can be done to reduce, and better still, eliminate the risk of container ship fires. This and other key topics covering a range of topical issues on the agenda have already attracted well over 300 registered delegates to the forum taking place on 11 & 12 April 2019 at the Sands Expo and Convention Centre, Marina Bay Sands Singapore.

This year’s AMCF has had a high level of support from over 30 leading local and international sponsors within the industry. The record turnout of sponsors illustrates the continued relevance and importance of AMCF as a platform for the marine salvage industry to hold meaningful and constructive dialogue.

The AMCF enables marine insurers, salvage and wreck removal contractors and consultants, marine lawyers, government agencies and others who might be party to marine casualties the opportunity to hear from experts in the front line, participate in the debates, share knowledge, and learn through key case studies.

Jonathan Walker, Regional Chairman of LOC Group says: “This year’s forum promises to be even better than the first two and we are delighted to have had so much support from across the maritime world in the organisation of this event. It really is the best of its kind and is a must for anyone who is, or might be, involved with marine casualties.”

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