Award 2012 took place on 19th November 2012 in the Ballroom at the Grand Elysée Hotel in the port city of Hamburg . The publisher is Ray Girvan International Bulk Journal Glenbuck Publishing Ltd United Kingdom. Beautiful music of the Beatles band has accompanied IBJ Award 2012.
The unique awards event was again attract visitors from all over the world of bulk shipping and cargo handling. The IBJ Awards is truly an international event in the maritime industry and it remains an important meeting place with more than 30 nationalities represented. The event also provides unique networking opportunities for the global industry at a glittering occasion exclusively dedicated to bulk shipping and cargo handling.
With so many sponsors and guests from last year already renewing, the IBJ Awards 2012 promises to be the biggest and best ever. This year’s judging process was completed and finalists for the IBJ Awards 2012 announced. The winner was to be announced on the big night itself, a further confirmation of the IBJ Award in its position as a maritime bulk industry „Night of the Year.“
The full list of finalists IBJ Award 2012 is: http://www.ibj-online.com/about_ibj/news.php?id=25 It is now the turn of the great port city of Hamburg to play host to the Maritime Bulk Industry’s „Night of the Year“. The IBJ Awards are now an established platform for recognising excellence in the maritime dry bulk industry. They salute achievements by individuals and companies and provide you with a chance to put your company in the spotlight, or to nominate an organisation who you believe is doing a fantastic job.
International Bulk Journal has now been the magazine for the maritime dry bulk industry for 30 years. Dry bulk shipping, commodities, port, logistics and equipment issues are all reviewed in every issue of IBJ. The IBJ Awards, a salute to excellence in the maritime bulk industry, are now firmly established sector’s ‘Night of the Year’. Dry bulk shipping, commodities, ports, logistics and handling equipment news are all reviewed in every issue of IBJ. As the leading magazine for the maritime dry bulk industry IBJ includes regular Grain, Coal, Iron and Steel outlooks.
The Bulker fleet is also tracked through the publication of ship building data, complimented by coverage of bulk ship repair and conversion trends. A special editorial features programme covering commodities, technical and regional issues provides expert analysis and comment for IBJ’s influential readership. IBJ’s editor and network of experienced bulk industry journalists, along with its high level of business contacts keep decision makers informed on their markets.
lBJ has been established as the magazine for the maritime dry bulk industry’s leading executives worldwide since 1981. IBJ’s database has been maintained and extended so that over 6,000 copies of every issue are distributed to subscribers, leading dry cargo supply chain decision makers worldwide and visitors to major industry events. http://www.ibj-online.com/ibj_awards/
Prof. h.c. Dr.h.c. Natalia Eitelbach of Philosophy, of European Science NCLC Institute (USA).