Aberdeen Harbour Board announced as Programme Sponsors for the UK Chamber of Shipping Annual Dinner

The UK Chamber of Shipping is delighted to announce that Aberdeen Harbour Board will be the Programme Sponsor for Chamber’s 2022 Annual Dinner.

Aberdeen Harbour is the premier energy industry port in Scotland. Their £350m South Harbour expansion is the largest marine infrastructure project underway in the UK, and the largest in Trust Port history, and will facilitate renewables and cruise liners.

The 2022 Annual Dinner is being held on 07 February at the JW Marriott Grosvenor House Hotel in central London.

The premier black-tie event in the shipping calendar will provide attendees with an opportunity to network with colleagues and celebrate recent industry achievements. The last Annual Dinner, held in 2020, attracted around 800 influential guests from across the sector.

Aberdeen Harbour Board Chief Executive Bob Sanguinetti said:

“We are pleased to partner with the UK Chamber of Shipping for their Annual Dinner, and we look forward to another outstanding event in February.

“The Chamber of Shipping is a critical organisation to our national maritime industry and provides considerable guidance and support for ports in the UK. Occasions such as the Annual Dinner are vital for us and our stakeholders as we navigate the challenges and opportunities that lie ahead for our industry.”

Welcoming the announcement, Tony Jerome, Head of Membership and Business Development at the UK Chamber of Shipping said:

“We are thrilled to have Aberdeen Harbour as the Programme Sponsor for the 2022 Chamber Annual Dinner.

“The Annual Dinner is the premier, industry leading event of its kind. With around 800 guests expected including industry leaders, politicians and those from across the maritime sector, the evening will give everyone a brilliant opportunity to celebrate all that is great about our wonderful industry and we are delighted that Aberdeen Harbour Board will be part of that.”

To purchase your ticket for the Annual Dinner please click here.