Peter Hinchliffe OBE
The membership of the International Chamber of Shipping (ICS) comprises the key national shipowners’ associations from around the world and represents 80% of the world’s merchant tonnage. The principal role of ICS is to coordinate the representation of the global shipping industry at the International Maritime Organization, the International Labour Organization, and at other intergovernmental forums which impact on the interests, well-being and commercial viability of international shipping.
Peter made a very early decision to go to sea and enjoyed a first career in the British Royal Navy, that included over 20 years at sea and 5 years in seagoing command. As well as benefitting from naval professional training he also gained a civilian BSc (Hons) in management. He joined ICS in 2001 and for several years led ICS representation on maritime safety, security and environmental issues at the IMO and in other forums. He was appointed Secretary General of ICS in July 2010 and today focuses on enabling the ICS team to optimise its effectiveness on behalf of international shipping through lobbying, representation and intervention.
Peter and Sue live close to the coast in Devon and with two children in their 20s now have some time to enjoy this idyllic location, and other parts of the world, through a shared enjoyment of sailing and trekking.
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Tuesday, 2nd June 2015
14.00 - 14.30
Hall G, CCH
|Introduction||Transformations and Challenges in the global Economy What are the Threats and Opportunities for international Shipping in the Future? Peter Hinchliffe OBE|