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Over the years, Caroline has been a regular speaker in Shipping and Maritime conferences, offering expert knowledge of marine engines lubrication, global maritime logistics and supply operations as well as other maritime related topics. During most of her professional path, she has been focusing on providing operational excellence and global supply solutions to Owners and Ship Managers, building mutually profitable long term partnerships.
Her journey in logistics and then shipping started in and has seen her working in supply chain management, chartering and operations. After a short absence from the maritime industry, Vanessa returned to a role with the Emirates Maritime Arbitration Centre as their Senior Manager. As a member of Women in Logistics and Women in Transport groups, Sue is also a member of the steering committee of the London Freight Forum TfL group and is one of the forum chairs dhow trading rule advisor on associated freight matters, bringing together TfL and the freight sector.
London policy chairman for the FSB Federation of Small BusinessesSue is regularly interviewed and quoted in the business press radio and television as an expert source on a wide range of issues affecting the self-employed, micro and small businesses. She also appeared on BBC television in the final of the Apprentice as part of the interview panel making the choices of winning contestants.
During his career, boasting a project-budget of approximately USD 4 billion, Dhow trading rule. Zaitoun has specialized in the construction of nearly 35 innovative and highly efficient mega vessels, acting as both an active contributing member for projects belonging to acclaimed companies such as Hyundai, and Samsung Heavy Industries.
Zaitoun continues to partner with top tier manufacturers and suppliers in the industry. Under his visionary guidance, the revolutionary state of the art vessels produced countless TEU records, essentially revitalizing the shipping industry. Zaitoun is sought after for his technological expertise, lectures and featured numerously in specialized journal publications.
Zaitoun holds an engineering degree in Marine Engineering and has maintained up-to-date skills through ongoing coursework in Maritime Studies at various reputable and prestigious institutes. He relocated to Dubai late last year and took up his present role.