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Course Name:

Dry Cargo Trading and Chartering

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This is a bespoke course for companies or groups of up to 20 delegates

Short Description:

Three Day dry cargo operations course provides basic and advanced knowledge of various key aspects of commercial, legal and practical shipping operations. Delivered by GAC Training and Service Solutions (GTSS).

Course Type:

Petrochemical, Oil and Commodities

Full Description:

Key Features

  • Introduction to world trade, cargo types, ship types
  • Cargo measurement, shortages, Cargo Insurance
  • Contract Terms, English Law
  • Letters of Credit and INCOTERMS
  • Bills of Lading
  • Voyage Estimating
  • Introduction to DRY Laytime and Demurrage
  • Dispute resolution methods

On completing the course, participants will have a clearer understanding of Dry Bulk Cargo Operations and Chartering and how Trading impacts with Shipping.

This course can be delivered at the NMCI or at the location of our client's choosing. This is a bespoke course for companies or groups of up to 20 delegates. Course dates are available upon request. Full course duration is three days. A shorter two day course is available on demand. 

The lecturer
Course developer and lecturer Jeffrey Blum has unrivalled experience since 1972 in freight forwarding, logistics, chartering, trading, ship operating, shipbroking, marine insurance, commercial claims, litigation and arbitration. A Past Chairman of the Institute of Chartered Shipbrokers London Branch, he is the 4th generation of a shipping family, has been lecturing since 1984 in several universities throughout the UK and is a Visiting Professor at the IMO’s World Maritime University in Malmo and at the Shanghai Maritime University. He has conducted public and bespoke training courses worldwide since 1997.

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