Next meeting # 72 (Hamburg)

The 72th SMDG Meeting will be hosted from 09-10-11 october 2018 in Hamburg hosted by Hapag Lloyd

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Draft Agenda

 

Please find in the link the Draft Agenda for SMDG meeting 72 in Hamburg 14092018 

 

Tuesday         09 October 2018 Opening session and Subgroup meeting including process for each subjects
Wednesday    10 October 2018 Subgroup meeting including process for each subjects
Thursday        11 October 2018 Plenary (incl Blockchain and)

 Keynote by our host on the role of Standardization in the Maritime Industry.
Martin Gnass, CIO of Hapag-Lloyd

The Draft agenda is subject to change prior and during the meeting depending on Sub group chairman agenda and members requests. Do not hesitate to contact sub group chairman or SMDG secretary should you have any questions or points to highlight  

Subjects

Sub- Group Subject Chairman Company   Objectives
Intercompany Communication 

Julien Vangeon(TBC)

Ann Christin Frömcke(TBC)

CMA-CGM  

validation of main communication recommendation ( coprar- TPFREP - IFTMBF..)

SMDG Edifact Best Practice with e. g. Reporting reefer and DG temperatures and ranges,        Reporting weights in BAPLIE e.g. MEA+VGM and MEA+WT

or contract wording recommendation between partners

Stefano Ottonello MSC / MSC LENAVI                    DG communication between partners IFTMBF
Arthur Touzot SMDG   validation portal integration roadmap
Baplie3,0 and movins Jost Muller German consultant   support and maintenance for all versions of Edifact messages BAPLIE and MOVINS ; 
    review and realization of requests for additional features ;
    current project: MOVINS version 3.0
Code Lists  Jasmin Droenner Eurogate Container Terminal Hamburg GmbH                       report on latest work, recommendation #16, role of National Focal Points, best practices Terminal codes Vs Unloc) 
Container Messages Paul Wauters PSA/ Cosmos                 Updates onstatus - Coprar best practices - TBN
TPFREP Michael Schroeder Hapag Lloyd AG                     all changes approved by SMDG and new codes published by UN/CEFACT, new MIG version needs to be developed by SMDG
 IFTSAI  Michael Schroeder Hapag Lloyd AG                 new codes published by UN/CEFACT, MIG needs to be developed by SMDG
IFTMBF Michael Peeters MSC   Standardisation of requests for: Transshipment, fumigated, operating reefers, SAPT, link between IFTMBC requests, CtrIso Code 
Michael Schroeder Hapag Lloyd AG
M&R Stefano Ottonello MSC / MSC LENAVI              Messages DESTIM and WESTIM are outdated and need redesign.
To cover all processes between carrier and repair shop: Esatimate, Rework, Order, Confirmation
ConRo and RoRo Stefano Ottonello MSC / MSC LENAVI            Adaptation of SMDGs formats to ConRO, RORO operations
Vessel Profile std files Arthur Touzot SMDG                     standardisation of vessel profiles between plannings systems/ terminal/ on board/ carriers
Web Service Work Group Peter Horstkorte Ind Consultant   Standards for interface description and for technical specification, development of first pilots
Raymond Schraff Hyland Software, LLC., Westlake, OH
Blockchain management Arthur Touzot SMDG                      presentation of CGI

 

Who should attend?

We invite all SMDG members or perspetive members, from

  • Business expert, EDI managers, IT managers...
  • Europe, Asia, Middle East, Oceania, Africa and the Americas....
  • Stakeholders such as: 
    • Carriers, ( MSK, MSC, CMA, COSCO, HLL, ONE, EVA, YANG MING, ZIM, PIL, WANG HAI....UNIFEEDER, NILE Dutch, SIMATECH...) and assicated ship owners ( NSB, Peter Dohle, Navios...)
    • Terminals, (COSCO, TIL, APM Terminal, PSA, Hutchison, DPWORLD, EUROGATE, HHLA, MALTA, MERSIN, GULFTAINER, BOLLORE CMA, .....)
    • IT Providers (IBM, SAP, GTNEXUS, INTTRA, NAVIS, TSB, TGI, SOLVO, XVELA, COSMOS, Hyland, Cyberlogitec,KOKUMATION, GEFEG, EXIS, Solvermind ....)
    • Port Authority and represenatives ( Rotterdam, le havre, DAKOSY, asian, middle east, african, european and american port authorities ......)
    • Associations representatives ( PROTECT, IPCSA, ITTIG, BIC, ICHCA...),
    • Consultant, ( Container-logic, Atseaconsulting, Port economics.. ) other linked association memebers such as PROTECT, IPCSA and linked to the Maritime Industry on data exchange and business procvess 

to join our meetings, trainings and association on SMDG/ UNEDIFACT and

  • share,
  • learn,
  • teach,
  • improve
  • standardise

their own companies efficiency in IT trade and operational communication with:

  • internal collegue and departements (operation, finance, marine, commercial, documentation, IT...) and,
  • external partners (clients, vessels, terminals, carriers, customs, port authorities, IT companies...)

for the benefit of a sustainable and efficient maritime industry.

Meeting Registration process

Please register for the next meeting by e-mail to the SMDG secretariat.(secretariat@smdg.org)  and Marina.Blohm@hlag.com 

Indicate the following in your application:

1/ Name/ Surname and e-mail address
2/ Company represented
3/ Actual member or guest
4/ Attendance to days: Sub group 1 / Sub group 2/ Plenary
5/ Visa needed or not
6/ If a visa is needed, please add a scan of your passport for the invitation letter/ beware that schengen Visa can take up to 3 weeks
7/ for hotel see below Dates for check-in and check-out
8/ for hotel see below Name of the persone, Number of persons, number of rooms
9/Participation to the boat tour (09/10/2018) limited to 42 persons

Venue

Address of the Venue  is

HAPAG - LLOYD AG
BALLINDAMM 25
D-20095 HAMBURG

and conference fees is free for members - upon request for non members

Hotel Arrangement recommendation 

Hotel rooms can be booked at following rates. Both hotels are in a few minutes walking distance from main rail station (Hauptbahnhof)
and from the meeting venue in the Hapag-Lloyd building.

If you need a hotel room, please  do not forget to add in destinataire   Marina.Blohm@hlag.com    in your registration e-mail and indicate:

-        Dates for check-in and check-out
-        Number of persons, number of rooms
-        Name and e-mail address

 Please book early in order to obtain the below rates, rates valide until 9th September 2018.

InterCityHotel Hamburg Hauptbahnhof
Glockengießerwall 14/15
20095 Hamburg
http://www.hamburg-hauptbahnhof.intercityhotel.de

Local public transportation and HADAG Elbe River Ferries (ticket will be handed out at the reception).There are special rail fares when staying in InterCityHotels.

standard: 83,00 EUR
breakfast: 9,00 EUR

Tel. +49 (0) 40-248 70 190
Fax. +49 (0) 40-248 70 111

Barceló Hamburg
Ferdinandstraße 15
20095 Hamburg

http://www.barcelo.com

Rooms equipped with flat-screen TV, bathroom with rain shower,  free Wi-Fi access

standard: 107,00 EUR
breakfast: 14,00 EUR

Tel. + 49-40-226362-105
Fax. + 49-40-226362-999

 

 

Draft Agenda

Please find in the link above

Tuesday         09 October 2018 opening session and Subgroup meeting including process for each subjects
Wednesday    10 October 2018 Subgroup meeting including process for each subjects
Thursday        11 October 2018 Plenary (incl Blockchain)

The Draft agenda is subject to change prior and during the meeting depending on Sub group chairman agenda and members requests. Do not hesitate to contact sub group chairman or SMDG secretary should you have any questions or points to highlight 

 

Registered Attendees

 

  SMDG Company Contact SMDG meeting 72 Subgroup Boat Tour sponsored by HHLA SMDG meeting 72 Subgroup Network Event  SMDG meeting 72 Plenary
        9/10/2018 9/10/2018 10/10/2018 10/10/2018 11/10/2018
Number of attendent       35 33 33 33 33
1 Chairman APM Terminals/Maersk Bruis van Driel yes yes yes yes yes
2 Secretary General ATSEA Consulting Arthur Touzot yes yes yes yes yes
3 Chairman VERMAS, TPFREP, IFTSAI Hapag Lloyd AG Michael Schroeder yes yes yes yes yes
4 Member Rep Chairman carrier process,  CMA-CGM Julien Vangeon yes yes yes yes yes
5 Chairman BAPLI and MOVINS German consultant Jost Muller yes yes yes yes yes
6 Co Chairman SMDG/UN Codes Eurogate Container Terminal Hamburg GmbH Jasmin Droenner yes yes yes yes yes
7 Chairman of the container message web services and industry requirement for advance process tools  Hyland Software, LLC., Westlake, OH Raymond Schraff yes yes yes yes yes
8 Co Chairman Container messages PSA/ Cosmos Paul Wauters yes yes yes yes yes
9 Member Japan shipping representative EDI expert  Yoshi Kito yes yes yes yes yes
10 Member MSC / MSC LENAVI Stefano Ottonello yes yes yes yes yes
11 Member cargovelocity. Wendy Jaramillo yes yes yes yes yes
12 Member Bollore terminal caroline guerin yes yes yes yes yes
13 Guest SEPIA Sue Probert yes TBC TBC TBC No
14 Member German consultant Peter Horstkorte yes yes yes yes yes
15 Member Times End 'C' Computers Ltd Emmanuel Odartey yes yes yes yes yes
16 Member HHLA Container Terminals GmbH Sönke Witt yes yes yes yes yes
17 Member CMA-CGM Serge Roseau yes yes yes yes yes
18 Member CMA-CGM Alfonso Rash-isla TBC TBC TBC TBC TBC
19 Guest X-press Feeders jasmin Ang yes yes yes yes yes
20 Guest X-press Feeders Uma Rani yes yes yes yes yes
21 member Eucon Melissa Clinton yes TBC No No No
22 guest portbase Marcel Coumans yes yes yes yes yes
23 guest Ocean Network Express Mio Murakami yes yes yes yes yes
24 guest Ocean Network Express Tom Waller yes yes yes yes yes
25 guest Ocean Network Express Gino Remaut yes yes yes yes yes
26 guest Ocean Network Express Robert Gacki yes yes yes yes yes
27 Member MSC  Guido Van den Driesshe yes yes yes yes yes
28 Member MSC Michael Peeters yes yes yes yes yes
29 Member Navis TBC yes yes yes yes yes
30 Member Xvela TBC yes yes yes yes yes
31 Member Kockumation Group Henrik Monberg Carlsen yes yes yes yes yes
32 Member Rotterdam World gateway Robert Roestenburg yes yes yes yes yes
33 guest EDI expert germany Wolf Dietrich Retzko yes yes yes yes yes
34 Member ZIM Integrated Shipping Services Ltd Ori Ben-Shimon yes yes yes yes yes
35 Member ZIM Integrated Shipping Services Ltd Vlad Komarov yes yes yes yes yes
36 guest Exis Technologies Limited Paul Ainscough yes yes yes yes No
36 guest Exis Technologies Limited James Douglas No No No No yes


 Network events

- Tuesday 09 October 2018 - 

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2-hour harbor cruise through the Port of Hamburg past the container terminals and through the HafenCity and Speicherstadt On Tuesday, 9.10., From 18:30 to 20:30 (please be there on time or 6:15 pm) Start St. Pauli Landungsbrücken 1 Ship: Willi Abicht Small snacks and soft drinks as well as beer and wine are complementary. Number of participants is limited (up to 42 people). Application is mandatory

 

- Wednesday 10 place TBC/ Hapag loyd sponsored by 

XVELA Logo

 
 
 

 


Food for thoughts on standardisation, technology and associated effciency 
Lloyd's List - uk Online
https://lloydslist.maritimeintelligence.informa.com/LL1122605/Blockchain-is-a-moneyburning-disaster
Blockchain is ‘a money-burning disaster’

James Baker

Container shipping needs a body like the airlines’ IATA in order to establish standards for digitalisation, says Hapag-Lloyd’s Rolf Habben Jansen
Lack of industry-wide standards means moves to digitalise are fragmented blockchain cropped Blockchain's sceptics fear its advocates are acting out of self-interest to make themselves costly
intermediaries on platforms they own and may end up ripping off the blockchain's users.

BLOCKCHAIN is a “disaster” that lacks industry standardisation, and will “burn money and gain nothing”, according to Hapag-Lloyd chief executive Rolf Habben Jansen. 

Mr Habben Jansen, speaking at the Global Liner Shipping conference in Hamburg, said there was merit to an industry collaboration on blockchain,
but industry efforts to develop the technology for container shipping were too insular atthe present time.
“Everyone is setting their own standards and agenda,” Mr Habben Jansen said.

While the proposed collaboration between Maersk and IBM could be good for the industry from a technology perspective, there was no industry-wide governance.
“What is the governance for an industry-wide platform?” he said. “It cannot just be one company saying, ‘I have an industry platform, but I control it.
’”Nevertheless, he said there was some merit in an industry-wide collaboration on digitalisation and blockchain.

“Collaboration can help in some areas but regulatory issues make it difficult,” he said. “There is some merit in industryplatforms on blockchain, for example.”
Airline body IATA was a good example of how an industry-wide body could help with standards and make an industrymore efficient.
“That is very much missing in liner shipping,” Mr Habben Jansen said. “We encourage colleagues to do more in that area.”
Consolidation in the sector should also make it easier to collaborate, if the top six or seven carriers could get traction with shippers.
“It would help facilitate and enable global trade and not be anti-competitive,” Mr Habben Jansen said. “Our firm view is that it will happen in a truly collaborative manner if it can get critical mass.”
Mr Habben Jansen was speaking the day after HSBC said it carried out the world’s first trade finance transaction using a single blockchain platform, involving a shipment of soyabeans transported from Argentina to Malaysia.

SMDG body is there to create and maintain those efficient standards associating standardisation, technology, process and effciency for the maritime Industry under ITIGG and UNCEFACT umbrella

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