Finn Roden

Finn Roden

Head of Sales (Middle East) Höegh Autoliners

Finn Roden has spent his career in operations and sales management within the ocean carrier and stevedore/terminal segments. In his current role, he is responsible for driving all commercial activities for Höegh within the Middle East Area including the Horn of Africa and Pakistan. Roden joined Höegh Autoliners in October, 2014 as Head of Sales – North America before relocating to the Middle East in January, 2016. Prior to coming ashore, he sailed in various deck capacities onboard a variety of vessels; including ro-ro, OSV, and Navy Research.  He is a graduate of the California Maritime Academy – California State University with a degree in marine transportation.               

Höegh Autoliners is a leading global provider of Ro/Ro transportation services. The company operates around 55 PCTC (Pure Car and Truck Carriers) vessels in global trade systems, making around 3,000 port calls yearly. With a fleet designed for maximum flexibility, Höegh is able to cater to a wide variety of cargo, ranging from cars to high and heavy and breakbulk. Its New Horizon vessels are the world’s largest PCTCs, carrying up to 8,500 car equivalent units, offering 6.5 metres of free deck height, 12 metres ramp width and capacity to take cargo weighting up to 375 tonnes.

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Tuesday 25/02/2020

From 15:45 To 16:30

02/25/2020 15:45 02/25/2020 16:30 Game Changers in the Breakbulk Supply Chain: Consequences and Implications There is an increasing trend for EPCs/cargo owners to work with carriers and other service providers directly. This is not only affecting the different stakeholder rates, but it is increasing the project transport risk. Is the industry in a stage of maturity? How will technical discontinuity change the future? How are the current M&A/Consolidation operations affecting the Industry? Za’abeel Hall 5, Breakbulk Main Stage

Za’abeel Hall 5, Breakbulk Main Stage

"Game Changers in the Breakbulk Supply Chain: Consequences and Implications"

Dharmendra Gangrade Eliska Mundell Finn Roden Steffen Behrens
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Tuesday 25/02/2020

From 15:45 To 16:30

02/25/2020 15:45 02/25/2020 16:30 Game Changers in the Breakbulk Supply Chain: Consequences and Implications There is an increasing trend for EPCs/cargo owners to work with carriers and other service providers directly. This is not only affecting the different stakeholder rates, but it is increasing the project transport risk. Is the industry in a stage of maturity? How will technical discontinuity change the future? How are the current M&A/Consolidation operations affecting the Industry? Za’abeel Hall 5, Breakbulk Main Stage
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Za’abeel Hall 5, Breakbulk Main Stage

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