HYBRID CONFERENCE 16-17-18 MAY | STOCKHOLM SWEDEN

We have much pleasure in announcing our next DBTG  Hybrid Conference in Stockholm, Sweden from 16 – 18 May 2022. We are working on a balanced programme of speakers, we will have a surprising opening reception with a visit to the ABBA museum and we have an exciting tour to the Port of with stops at the bulk key and the bulk storage and its adjacent SSAB steel plant. We follow the conveyor system into the SSAB steel plant and have a guided tour in the roll mill (considered the most powerful in the world). The tour ends in the Steel port where the finished steel plates are loaded for worldwide distribution.

There will be a partner programme as well with a city tour in Stockholm-partly by boat- and lunch on Tuesday 17th of May. 

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A not-for-profit society open to all owners/operators of dry bulk terminals world-wide. Established in 1998 The International Dry Bulk Terminals Group (DBTG) provides an effective forum and voice for a global, but highly fragmented, industry that is of critical importance to the seaborne trade and transportation of dry bulk commodities. Since foundation DBTG has developed into a community where members freely exchange ideas and concerns, experience and expertise on issues such as operational safety and efficiency, technical analysis and innovation, environmental matters, operator training, as well as maritime security. In all these matters DBTG’s work programme includes initiatives of regional and global relevance.


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