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CSA mid-year conference a success

Published:Sunday | May 14, 2017 | 12:00 AM
Javier Yasnikouski, head of maritime security at the International Maritime Organisation, during a presentation highlighting the latest developments in maritime security on day one of the recent Caribbean Shipping Executives’ Conference held in Curaçao.
US Coast Guard Captain LaDonn Allen during her day-two presentation on ‘Inspections and Compliance, Marine Transportation Systems and Commercial Regulations and Standards’ at the recent conference held in Curaçao.
Paul Morrison-Saltchuk, director, internal audit, Saltchuck Companies engaging conference attendees on day three during his presentation on ‘Anti-Corruption, strengthening your controls in the Caribbean Shipping Industry’, at the recent CSEC Conference held in Curaçao.

The Caribbean Shipping Association (CSA), in association with the CuraÁao Ports Authority, hosted the 16th Caribbean Shipping Executives' Conference in Willemstad, CuraÁao, from May 8-10, 2017. The conference featured some key presentations on the latest developments and plans affecting shipping and logistics in the Caribbean. Topics such as cybersecurity, maritime security, logistics and cruise were discussed by a line-up of high-profile speakers. Here are some highlights.