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8th Ship Operating Cost Presentation – Moore Maritime Index

The Moore-Propeller 8th Annual Ship Operations Presentation took place on 10 December 2019 at the Yacht Club Of Greece.

As with previous presentations, this event was well attended by members of the Maritime Industry.

This highlight of this event was the demonstration of the newly launched Moore Maritime Index, a significant new tool developed by Moore, allowing shipowners to make better strategic and operational decisions through a better understanding of the comparative economic performance of their vessels.

Following a welcome by Costis Frangoulis, President of the Propeller Club, the event was introduced by Danae Bezantakou, General Secretary.

Costas Constantinou, Moore Global Maritime Leader, gave a detailed demonstration of this new online tool. After his presentation, Dr. Ioannis Lagoudis, Assistant Professor at the University of Piraeus endorsed the value of the Moore Maritime Index in modern maritime management.

A panel discussion followed with interesting comments by industry experts:

Mr. Vassilis Mantzavinos-UNICREDIT BANK AG

Mrs. Semiramis Asimakopoulou-SIGNAL GROUP

Mr. Dimitris Ioannou-PARALLAX BROKERS

Mrs. Dorothea Ioannou- THE AMERICAN CLUB (Piraeus Office)

Mr. Dimitrios Matthaiou- ARCADIA SHIPMANAGEMENT Co Ltd

Mr. Georgios Souravlas-LOAD LINE MARINE SA

Mr. Panos Kourkountis- SEA TRADERS SA

 

The Moore Maritime Index is available at no cost to registered users at https://www.moore-index.com.

 

About The Propeller Club

The idea was conceived in New York, in 1922, by a group of professionals engaged in the merchant marine industry who gathered frequently at luncheons to discuss mutual issues and the future of shipping.

These meetings gradually developed into the Propeller Club of the United States, which aims at the promotion and furtherance of the American merchant marine and international shipping in general, as a symbol of mankind’s efforts to ring for a better world through commerce and industry.

Propeller” refers to the propulsion of ships, and is symbolic of the driving force required to achieve the Club’s objectives. Today there is a Propeller Club in almost every sea and inland port in the United States, as well as in 33 cities throughout the world. The Propeller Club’s world headquarters is located in Fairfax, Virginia.

Propeller Club, Port of Piraeus was founded in 1935 as a non-profit charity Association. The Club cooperates closely with the Union of Greek Shipowners, the International Chamber of Shipping, the Hellenic Short-Sea Shipowners Association, the Hellenic American Chamber etc. to promote Maritime Relations, Commerce, Goodwill and Cultural relations between citizens of Greece, the U.S. and all other countries represented by their members. The net income of the Club is fully distributed with fairness and transparency to charities and scholarships to students, primarily from naval families.

 

About Moore

Moore’s operations in Greece were established in 1963. It is the first international accounting firm that came to Greece and won its first place in the service of shipping companies, remaining the leading company that provides accounting services up to today. For more than 50 years, Moore has contributed to the development of the accounting profession in Greece and has fuelled the market with the most experienced, executive staff. Moore Greece is an independent member of Moore Global, the world’s 11th largest accounting network, with a presence in more than 110 countries. Moore is committed to investing in cutting-edge technology, remaining a people – oriented business, with worldwide reputation for reliability, integrity, honesty and quality.

For more information:

210 4290 237, info@propellerclub.gr

 

 

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