ETA expands the scope of its activities with the organisation of the first Autumn Conference. The theme of the event will be “Beyond Bollard Pull” and will be focused on the return on investment in innovative Tugs and Tug components. The Conference will take place on the 14th of November at the Merchant Taylors Hall in London.

The event will be a perfect occasion for ETA members to discuss the latest technical and sectorial developments in the industry and a great networking opportunity. The event will look into the different aspects impacting return on investment, such as environmental and safety considerations. Speakers will address these elements to identify which innovation is worth pursuing and which of these would have a direct positive effect on the bottom line of a company.

The event is open and free for ETA associate and full members and maritime sector stakeholders.

Register your intention to attend by sending an email to: registration@eurotugowners.com

You can find the agenda here

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