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17TH NOVEMBER 2015 SUNTEC SINGAPORE MARITIME HEAVY LIFT & TRANSPORT IMPROVE YOUR TECHNICAL KNOW-HOW MINIMIZE YOUR RISK GET YOUR STAFF CERTIFIED PROVIDE BETTER QUALITY Endorsed by CILT Singapore: Endorsed by CILT Singapore:
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17TH NOVEMBER 2015SUNTEC SINGAPORE

MARITIME HEAVY LIFT &

TRANSPORT

IMPROVE YOUR TECHNICAL KNOW-HOW MINIMIZE YOUR RISK GET YOUR STAFF CERTIFIED PROVIDE BETTER QUALITY

Endorsed by CILT Singapore:Endorsed by CILT Singapore:

Singapore

MARITIME HEAVY LIFT & TRANSPORT

WHY ATTEND THE MARITIME HEAVY LIFT & TRANSPORT SEMINAR?

The answer is quite simple. You are moving equipment worth millions of dollars for your customer. Yet do your people have the necessary know-how and bacground? Increase your company’s technical know-how! Impress your customers. Increase the quality of your work by improving the technical ability of your workforce. Attend the Exceptional Transport Seminar and get your staff certified by CILT SingaporeGain educational credit points from CILT Singapore

Project Cargo Forwarders, Break Bulk Charterers and Logistics Managers Project Directors, Heavy Lift Specialists, Heavy Lift Engineers Heavy Lift Equipment Operators and Supervisors, Shipping Managers and Project Supply Chain Professionals

WHO SHOULD JOIN?

ABOUT COURSE LEADER GERT J. VOS

With more than 20 years experience in heavy transport and project forwarding, Gert Vos will present you how to handle heavy equipment with cranes, on vehicles, in ships and on barges with all its specific technicaldetails. Gert Vos started his illustrious career as project manager 1989 at Van Wezel Transport in the Netherlands. As of 1996 Vos became business unit manager of the transport and lifting department. After the international renowned company Wagenborg took over the Van Wezel Group, Vos became manage of the project department and has since looked after many heavy transport projects on a global scale. In 2008 he founded HTTC (Heavy Transport Training and Consultancy). He is now working as a consultant and gives in-house training to various multinational engineering and construction companies. Vos has now linked up with Powerlift to arrange a series of technical courses around the world.

TOPICS COVERED

GENERAL KNOWLEDGEGeneral Knowledge & Introduction Newton's laws Basic mathematics Principle to calculate forces -friction (fomulas) Principle to standard triangles Force / Friction / Centre of Gravity / Moment

Heavy Lift Shipping Various types of ships RORO - LOLO

Rigging/Slinging Weather influences (forces of wind, water influences). Lifting equipment: grommets, steel / nylon slings, shackles etc. Sling plan and forces in lifting slings Calculations of forces in slings with Symmetric and Asymmetric loads Calculations of forces using 2, 3 and 4 slings Use of spreader beams, lifting beams Loadspreading in vessels Metacenter - GM - Stability Crane capacity Ballast

Lashing & Securing SeafreightForces during movement of cargo Lashing equipment Lashing and securing cargo seafreight. Calculations: lashing down and direct lashing. Lashing of normal and exceptional cargo Lashing and stowing of cargo in containers and flatracks Key rules for lashing & securing

Roll on - Roll off operationsNecessary information for Ro-Ro operations Tide Tables and Tides and using tidal conditions Roro activities free floating and aground (tidal/non tidal) Roro ramps Basic crane and equipment for roro operations Load out / load in with SPMT - Strand jacks - Conventional platformtrailers Ballasting of a barge Transportequipment for roro operations: SPMT, Conventional platformtrailers Stability of transportequipment. 3 and 4 point suspension

Offshore LiftingMaterials and equipment Cranes Calculations Hoisting of personnel Safe use of materials Inspection/certificates Latest developments Anchor handling Rules and regulations Safety

Test + EvaluationTest for all participants

Mr. John Vanbergen Cory Logistics U.K. “I will be keen to attend your course. To be frank and having looked at the outline of your intended program I do believe that you will be providing a good grounding for our guys in

the field and we would have every intention when your road show hits Antwerp to send a few of our guys across specifically to attend course. Its great to see that GPLN are taking positive steps to provide appropriate technical support to its members - well done”

Mr. Patrick Lee CNC Malaysia “With accreditation from PL/GPLN, this will be beneficial both ways, i.e. selling to client’s of GPLN members, that they have trained certified personnel as well as promoting GPLN as a

responsible organization in enhancing professionalism in heavy haulage and lifting, especially in the developing countries which includes ASEAN, China and India. Certainly the publicity and goodwill generated from it will do GPLN and its member a lot of good”

TESTIMONIALS

ABC Air & Sea Cargo Distribution GmbH Germany Aboitiz Project TS Corporation PhilippinesAkakas Logistics Plc Ethiopia Allcargo Global Logistics Limted India Altius Project Spain Aspress Shipping PTE Ltd SingaporeAustral Asia Line Australia Bar Baran Iran International Forwarders Iran Breadbox Shipping Lines B.V. NetherlandsCeltic Forwarding Ltd. Ireland Cipta Krida Bahari Indonesia CNC Freight Services Sdn Bnd Malaysia Consolidated Shipping Services U.A.E.

Cory Logistics Ltd U.K.East International Freight Forwarders EgyptFour Winds Saudi Arabia, Ltd Saudi ArabiaGlobal P&L Co., Ltd Korea Hanssy Shipping Co., Ltd. ChinaHeavy International Services NV BelgiumHermes Ltd Poland Khedivial Marine Logistics Egypt Logi Trans AS Norway MonEx - Mongolian Express Company Ltd MongoliaNT Logistika d.o.o. Slovenia Pentagon Freight Services PLC Scotland The Freight Co., Ltd Vietnam

PAST SEMINAR ATTENDEES

AGENDA AND FEES

AGENDA FEES (price per person in USD)

*Early bird booking discount valid until 30.04.2015 (subject to full prepayment of course fees)

Regular Course Fees Regular Early bird

1,290.00 990.00*

REGISTRATIONContact Felix Schrick E-mail: [email protected]: +66 (0)2 714 2256Or sign up at www.power-lift.net

*Additional charges of USD 35 apply for international bank transfer

08.30 – 09.15

09.15 – 10.30

10.30 – 10.45

10.45 – 11.30 11.30 – 12.30

12.30 – 13.30

13.30 – 14.00

14.00 – 15.00

15.00 – 15.15

15.15 – 16.00

16.00 – 16.45

General Knowledge

Heavy Lift Shipping

Coffee Break

Heavy Lift Shipping Lashing & Securing Seafreight

Lunch Break

Lashing & Securing Seafreight

Roll on - Roll off operations

Coffee Break

Offshore Lifting

Test + Evaluation

Endorsed by CILT Singapore:

Singapore

VENUESuntec Singapore Convention & Exhibition Centre

Meeting room 303

1 Raffles Boulevard Singapore 039593

Suntec City

* Cancellation policy: - We provide a 50% refund for cancellations up to September 30.- There will be no refund for cancellations after September 30. - In case of cancellation of the event PowerLift Co., Ltd. will not be responsible for any 3rd party bookings e.g. hotels, flight, etc.

Training Grant Available! 50% of the cost (USD 1,290) will be covered by MPA Singaporean citizens and PR are paying only USD 645 MCF Training Grant is available for eligible participants. Please refer to www.mpa.gov.sg/mcf for more information


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