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Join IHS experts for a review of current developments and a long-term market outlook. Participants will hear the latest on shipping capacity and trends for the region and get a chance to ask their own questions of our leading industry experts.
Jürgen Sorgenfrei has over 20 years experience in global trade, shipping, port and hinterland operations, including port planning and development, transportation marketing and regional economics.
Prior to joining IHS, he served as chairman, sales and marketing for the Port of Hamburg, headquartered in Germany but with an additional 13 offices in Europe, Asia and the US. Mr. Sorgenfrei received his diploma in Economics from Christian-Albrechts-University in Kiel, Germany and wrote his dissertation at the University of Hamburg's Institute for Traffic Science. He is regular lecturer at different universities.
Based in Singapore, Tony Nash manages the non-energy and public sector consulting practice for IHS Consulting. Prior to joining IHS, he was responsible for the growth of the Economist Intelligence Unit’s customized research business, with focus on Asia’s governments and multinational firms.
His project experience includes building forecasting scenarios of the consumer goods sectors in China’s local markets; market sizing for specialized automotive products across India, Russia and Africa; assisting with negotiating frameworks for bilateral free trade and environmental agreements; and benchmarking national competitiveness of technology, financial services and other industry sectors across developed and developing markets.
He has a Masters degree in International Relations from the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy at Tufts University and a BA in Business Management from Texas A&M University. Mr. Nash is a frequent speaker and facilitator of strategic discussions with business and government leaders.
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