PTI is delighted to announce the addition of storied industry professional Lars Jensen to the speaking line-up for the Second Annual Terminal Automation & Training C-Level Networking Conference, taking place in London on April 19-20, 2017.
Bringing nearly 20 years of experience from the shipping industry, Lars has held a number of executive positions across a spectrum of different disciplines, including eight years as Director of driving and developing market intelligence & analysis for Maersk Line, Maersk Logistics and The Containership Company.
The industry polymath currently serves as CEO and Partner of SeaIntelligence Consulting, as well as CEO and founder of Cyberkeel, focused on cybersecurity in the maritime industry, co-founder of LinerGrid, which provides network design optimisation services, co-founder of LinerGame, providing innovatie training and teambuilding tools for the shipping industry, and former CEO of Youship, a purely online container carrier.
This wealth of experience will prove invaluable to attendees at the event, with Jensen noting his excitement at sharing “the underlying shifts in the industry in terms of business models” with the audience, and discussing how this has enabled “digitisation and automation, as well as the consequences of these developments on the industry.”
An accomplished author, Jensen has written two books; ‘Liner Shipping 2025’, which looks at how the industry will change over the next decade and how stakeholders can safely navigate these turbulent times, as well as ‘Culture Shock in Maersk Line’, which charts the evolution of the world’s largest carrier over the past 15 years. This raconteur’s storytelling ability will delight our audience during his session appearances at the PTI conference.
Follow the Terminal Automation & Training C-Level Networking Conference conversation on Twitter with #PTIEvent and view all the speakers announced by PTI so far. You can watch the highlights of last year's event below:
First image: Lars Jensen. Second Image: Culture Shock in Maersk Line being read