ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING (NCCC
ARCTIC SHIPPING LANE – HYPE OR NEW SILK ROAD?
We are now so pleased to invite you to NCCC Exclusive
Mr. Børge Ousland, Polar Explorer
Mr. Sturla Henriksen, CEO of Norwegian Shipowners'
Mr. Henrik Falck, Project Manager of Tschudi Shipping
Date: Tuesday, 15. September 2015
Time: 15.30 – 18.30
Venue: Schjødt Oslo & Victoria Kino
Address: Ruseløkkveien 14 (7.floor), 0201 Oslo
(Next to the Oslo Concert Hall)
Sturla Henriksen (born 1956) took up his current
position as CEO of the Norwegian Shipowners’ Association in June
2008. Prior to this, he served as partner/senior executive at Accenture
Management Consulting. In addition to ten years of experience from
cross industry management consulting, his professional career includes
positions in the EU Commission Services (Brussels), EFTA (Geneva),
the Norwegian Ministry of Finance, the Norwegian Central Bureau
of Statistics and the Norwegian defence forces. His educational
background comprises a Cand.oecon (Master of Economics) from the
University of Oslo, Army Officer School, the BI Institute of Business
Administration, the Norwegian Defence College and INSEAD (France).
Project Manager of Tschudi Shipping Company AS
1. Tschudi Shipping Company was the first company to arrange a passage
through the Northern Sea Route in 2010 from a non Russian port,
with a non Russian vessel, with a non Russian cargo, to a non Russian
destination without calling any Russian ports during the transit.
2. I have worked with Russian shipping and logistics for 18 years
• Co-founder of the first private ship broking firm in Russia in
• Part owner and operator of a fleet under Russian flag of 18 vessels
the Russian rivers later in the 90-ies.
• The first to arrange transportation of liquid chemicals in bulk
on the Russian rivers in 2002.
• I was heading Wilh. Wilhelmsen’s port operation in Russia and
the Baltics for 5 years
• Currently in charge of Tschudi project department
Børge Ousland, the Polar Explore. In his highly
rated presentation, Mr. Ousland shares awe-inspiring highlights
from his polar explorations and adventures during the past twenty-five
years, up to and including his recent expedition through the North
East and West passage with sailboat.
Having traversed through some of the most difficult conditions on
Earth—often times alone—Børge proves that it is possible to achieve
the “impossible”. Rigorous planning, overcoming fear, and finding
motivation even at the most seemingly hopeless of moments, are among
the ingredients that have repeatedly led him to success.
Børge had written five articles for National Geographic Magazine
and have received several international awards. Read