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BIMCO seminar seeks to boost international security discussions

28 September 2018

Efforts to reduce piracy in Gulf of Guinea have so far had little effect. The world’s biggest economies are strengthening their military presence in Southeast Asia, and meanwhile, the security situation in the Red Sea off Yemen remain volatile. On 9 October BIMCO will shed light on the international security situation to raise awareness and stimulate discussions.

Carl-Johan Garsten

01 October 2019

Carl is Managing Director, Marine Bunker Exchange (MABUX) AB. He is a Master Mariner by profession and after his graduation he joined the Military Academy, in Sweden and became 1966 Navy Officer in the Reserve. After a number of years at sea, Carl returned to University for more studies, and in 1974, he graduated from the University of Lund in Sweden with a Bachelor of Economics degree. Carl worked as deck officer and as Captain in the Swedish merchant navy. After various educations he began work ashore 1975 as Shipping Manager for the trading company Joint Trawlers. Carl started his own trading company 1979 in shipping, but after 10 years left and moved to West Africa. From 1988 until 1993 was engaged in transportation, and was hired by Sentram Ferry Service in Dakar, Senegal as President Director General. The ferry company was engaged in ferry service along the West African coast. In 1994 he returned to Europe and was hired as Managing Director of the newly started independent oil company, High Sea Services, specialising in high sea bunkering. The year 2002 Carl founded the service company Marine Bunker Exchange (MABUX) AB, designed to service the marine bunker industry with necessary tools like bunker price publications world-wide, and Carl is still very much active in the same field, inventing safer and better ways of determine bunker indications.

Ted Graham

25 March 2019

Ted joined Ince & Co as a trainee solicitor in September 1994 and in the early years he was involved in a lot of casualty investigations, including trips to Lebanon, Egypt and Montenegro. He left Ince in 2001 in order to work for a P&I correspondent (Ausship) in Sydney where he was lucky enough to race a 16’ skiff on the harbour for two seasons. He then returned to London, re-joined Ince, spent 6 months on a secondment to Gard’s FD&D team in London, then became a partner in 2005. During this period he specialised in dry shipping and international trade. He has spoken at a number of headline industry events, including the Gard summer seminar. Ted retired from Ince & Co in September 2018.