9 March 2007
Visit ShipServ at SeaAsia 2007
ImageShipServ will be exhibiting at SeaAsia 2007, 2-4 April in Singapore, and we look forward to seeing you at our stand No. L 05.
Join us at the TradeNet Community Stand to meet with shipping companies and suppliers trading via the world’s largest e-marketplace for the ship supply industry.
We will be happy to demonstrate how e-commerce has helped TradeNet Members from around the world to save time and money in their daily work. We will show you how order cycles can be shortened and re-typing processes eliminated. In addition, real-time KPI analysis and benchmarking gives valuable information about trading relationships that can be used in strategic decisions going forward.
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ShipServ Pages: www.shipserv.com/pages
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ShipServ celebrates opening of Singapore office
Transaction growth continues to drive ShipServ’s e-marketplace, TradeNet, with a 40% increase from December to January 2007. To meet the growing interest and get closer to customers and prospects, ShipServ has expanded to Singapore by opening a local office.
The office is headed by Thomas Banas, Director of Sales.
Today, 75 shipping companies with more than 2,200 vessels are using ShipServ TradeNet to trade with over 5,000 suppliers worldwide. The growing customer base has also meant the opening of offices in Miami and Dubai as well as increased involvement in Greece and Norway.
ShipServ’s CEO, Paul Ostergaard, looking forward, predicts: “In 2007, ShipServ’s suppliers are likely to sell as much as USD750 million dollars worth of goods. This will be equivalent to 2.5 million transactions flowing through the platform in just one year.”
This growth as well as our need to serve customers globally 24/7, has meant that ShipServ has grown to 59 employees. Nearly 25% of these people are now based in Manila, where most of ShipServ’s IT development have been moved. In addition it has also opened a Sales call centre there to support its online supplier sourcing tool, ShipServ Pages.
See a list of TradeNet Members
Paul Ostergaard to speak at SeaAsia Conference
ShipServ’s CEO, Paul Ostergaard, will speak in the morning session focusing on Shipbuilding, Ship Repair and Procurement on Wednesday 4 April, 0930 – 1200 hrs.
The session focuses on how the scale and nature of maritime development across the region generates a massive annual procurement budget. It will look at the dynamics of maritime expansion and the search for greater efficiency and cost control in the procurement function.
The session is chaired by Rajaish Bajpaee, President & Group Managing Director, Eurasia International (China) Ltd.
Go to conference programme
How to make sure purchasers find your company
ImageShipServ Pages enable maritime purchasing professionals to search among 8,000+ suppliers using criteria such as ports, brands, and supply categories.
As a supplier, you will be most easily found if you are listed in the very top of the search results. The easiest way to this position is to buy a Premium Listing which will take you to the top of search results.
SPECIAL OFFER: Sign up at SeaAsia 2007 for a Premium listing and
Visit us at Stand L05.
ShipServ TradeNet Conference 2007 – detailed programme now available
ImageThe TradeNet Conference has become the world’s largest e-commerce forum for the marine industry and will take place Monday-Wednesday, 14-16 May in Copenhagen at Hotel Skt. Petri.
The feature of the workshop sessions, plenary discussions and presentations is THE PERFECT MATCH – discussing how ship supply sourcing can be made more efficient if linked closely to the marketing efforts of suppliers.
ShipServ TradeNet Conference gives delegates ample opportunities to participate in discussion on how to objectively analyze trading partners for the purpose of improving relationships and to find out how to improve competitiveness and broaden market reach.
Delegates can experience how other marine companies are improving their businesses by embracing e-commerce and network with other buyers, suppliers and software partners.
Key note speech is delivered on Tuesday 15 May by Carsten Melchiors, Secretary General, BIMCO.
BIMCO, the Baltic and International Council, is today the world’s largest and most diverse private shipping organisation.
See the full programme here
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