The maritime industry recognizes the potential of Just-in-Time (JIT) arrivals to reduce harmful emissions as well as save on fuel costs.
A drop in speed of just 10% can reduce a ship’s CO2 emissions by up to 30% and lower fuel consumption dramatically. On a global scale, Just-in-Time sailing can help the maritime industry greatly to hit its decarbonization goals.
However, up until now, the benefits of JIT have been realized mainly by the container sector. It’s time to get dry and liquid bulk on board!
In this webinar, we will discuss:
- What is Just-in-Time sailing?
- Why has the container sector outpaced bulk in embracing JIT arrivals?
- How has Neste successfully growth-hacked vessel logistics with JIT arrival?
- How does the new BIMCO Just-in-Time arrival clause help to resolve contractual issues?
Join us to hear from the industry leaders that are driving the implementation of JIT:
- Capt. Andreas M. van der Wurff, Port Optimization Manager Maersk, Chair of workstream on Ship-Port Interface, IMO GIA
- Grant Hunter, Head of Contracts and Clauses, BIMCO
- Jeppe Skovbakke Juhl, Manager, Maritime Safety & Security, BIMCO
- Risto-Juhani Kariranta, Shipping Performance Manager, Neste