Annual Offshore Support Journal
Conference, Awards & Exhibition 7-8 February 2018, London

Annual Offshore Support Journal<br /> Conference, Awards & Exhibition

Supplytime 2017 Workshop


Learn how to use the form, work with it, and avoid potentially costly disputes

6 February 2018, London


The new Supplytime 2017 marks a change in the contractual relationship between Vessel Owners and Charterers. Understanding all the legal, operational and financial changes, and their potential impact on the contracting parties, is important when negotiating and agreeing vessel charters using the new form. Supplytime underpins an increasing number of vessel charters and this workshop aims to provide a better understanding of how to use the form, work with it, and to avoid potentially costly disputes.

Please Note: The number of workshop attendees is strictly limited to 30. 


Five Key Takeaways
•    Understand how to use the new form
•    Understand how to work with it
•    Plan to avoid potentially costly disputes
•    Recognising the changes from the 2005 version
•    Adopting a ‘best practice’ approach to contract drafting and administration

•    Commercial Manager
•    Chartering Manager
•    Marketing Manager
•    Contract Manager

•    Commercial Managers
•    Contract Managers
•    Project Managers

Technology Solution Providers
•    Contract Managers
•    Chartering Managers 

•    Specialist Offshore Brokers

Supplytime2017 Workshop Only £700 (+ VAT) 
Supplytime2017 Workshop and the Annual Offshore Support Journal Conference & Awards Dinner: £1645 (+VAT) Saving £450 on the full price. 

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Your Workshop Leader

Ian Perrott began his shipping career in 1976 as a boarding clerk with G.C. Fox & Co. in Falmouth. In 1979 he joined the Royal Navy as a Seaman Officer. After leaving the RN in 1982 he joined Stewart Offshore Services in Greenwich as an offshore broker and was transferred to their Aberdeen office in 1983 staying there until 1987 when he joined The Maersk Co Ltd as Assistant Manager for their OSV fleet. In 1990 he moved to Sealion Shipping Ltd as the Chartering Manager for their varied OSV fleet and was appointed to the Board in 2004 becoming the Commercial Director for the company. In 2009, he relocated to Hamburg and joined E.R Offshore GmbH as its Managing Director. Returning to the UK in 2015, he is now an Independent OSV Consultant working with a wide variety of companies and organisations involved in the Marine and Offshore industry.





07:30 - 09:00 Registration, coffee and networking

09:10 Introduction to, and overview of, Supplytime 2017

Ian R Perrott FICS
Independent OSV Consultancy
Chairman of the SUPPLYTIME Revision Subcommittee

09:30 Supplytime Part 1 – The importance of correctly completing The Boxes

11:10 A practical and commercial understanding of the key Clauses in Part 2 and what’s changed
from the 2005 version (continues after lunch)

12:10 Networking lunch break in the exhibition area

13:20 An practical and commercial understanding of the key Clauses in Part 2 and what’s
changed from the 2005 version (cont.)

14:20 Practical exercise – Applying interpretations and contractual solutions to resolve
potential conflicts using Supplytime

16:00 Amending Supplytime and adding Rider Clauses and Annexes to reflect actual
Charter requirements

17:30 End of Workshop

Workshop attendees are welcome to join the pre-registration drinks for the Annual Offshore Support Journal Conference which begins on February 7th


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