How the Internet is Quietly Changing the Economics of the Global Shipping Industry
London, UK (PRWEB) March 14, 2008
ShipServ, the leading maritime e-marketplace, today announced that its Chief Executive Officer and Founder, Paul Ostergaard, will present at Asia Pacific Maritime (APM) 2008 on Wednesday, March 26, 2008 at 12:00 pm at The Singapore Expo in Singapore.
In a paper titled "How the Internet is Quietly Changing the Economics of the Global Shipping Industry", Paul will discuss how ShipServ has helped maritime buyers and sellers around the world to redefine the way they do business. In addition he will share the experiences of a community of over 22,000 users, who are on track to conduct $1bn in trade per annum, buying and selling ship supplies and parts in more than 90 countries.
ShipServ will also be hosting an in-depth seminar, "The Billion Dollar Marketplace", at APM 2008. The seminar will be held 14:30 to 15:30 on Wednesday, March 26, 2008 in the APM Marine Presentation Forum in Hall 3. The seminar will feature presentations by ShipServ customers, Thome Ship Management, Masterbulk, Schenker and Saifee.
ShipServ is the leading maritime e-marketplace, helping buyers and sellers to find each other easily, connect cost effectively and trade efficiently. Whether a Supplier wants to attract new customers, a Buyer needs to source new Suppliers or existing purchasing relationships require internet-enabling, ShipServ is unique in helping businesses of all sizes in the areas of web based Commerce, Search and Advertising. Today 100 buying organisations, 3,500 vessels and 6,000 suppliers are on track to conduct $1bn in trade per annum and rely on ShipServ to transform the way they do business. For more information visit http://www.shipserv.com.