Haris Zografakis, Partner, Stephenson Harwood LLP will be presenting on Day 1, 8th May 2024.
Blue Visby™ has a sole purpose which is to make shipping more sustainable by eradicating Sail Fast, Then Wait. The Blue Visby Solution combines technology with long-established maritime traditions of cost-sharing, collaboration and mutuality. The Blue Visby Solution deploys the maritime industry’s own DNA and introduces the values of neutrality, independence and integrity, to enable a new and environmentally better way of doing things.
The Blue Visby Solution is working with leading companies and organisations in order to refine and test the solution. Within their Consortium is 30 leading maritime companies including UK Hydrographic Office, Carbon Trust, Baltic Exchange, BIMCO, Tankers International, Synergy Group, Class NK, Bureau Veritas, Port Xchange, Port of Newcastle and Port Authority of New South Wales
Haris will present The Blue Visby Solution – A multilateral platform for reducing shipping GHG emissions through eradicating “Sail Fast Then Wait” in Session 3, Maritime Digitalisation.
Haris has been practising maritime and international trade law in London since 1994, heading Stephenson Harwood’s commodities team since 2008, which is widely recognised as one of the market leaders. He is leading his firm’s partnership with the Global Maritime Forum, served on the drafting committee of the Sea Cargo Charter, and have been its legal advisor since it launched. He co-ordinates the Blue Visby Consortium and is Chairman of the International Working Group of the Comite Maritime International.
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