Program

Two productive days on the island of Donsö

During DSM17, around 2,000 delegates from 33 different countries gathered to discuss shipping and shipping related topics. More than 600 representatives from a wide range of shipping companies and 260 exhibiting suppliers came to lend their perspectives, make new connections and forge new business opportunities.

Take part of the full program, welcome to Donsö, let’s meet!

Content

Sep 3 2019
08:00
Date
Time
Venue
Sep 3 2019
08:00 - 17:20
Information desk/Exhibition Area

When you arrive in Donsö harbor there will be signs directing you to the Exhibition Area, approx 10 minutes walk.
There will also be mini-trains and mini-busses.

Shipping delegates
Shipping delegates will find their name badges at the information desk.

Exhibitors
Exhibitors will find name badges at the Information desk in the Exhibition Area on September 2.
On September 3 exhibitors will find the name badges in their exhibition stand.

Financing Meet
08.00-10.00, in the Exhibition Area
10.00-11.00, at Donsö Missionskyrka

Commercial Meet
08.00-13.30, in the Exhibition Area
13.30-14.30, at Donsö Missionskyrka

08:05
Sep 3 2019
08:05 - 09:00
Eriksberg boat terminal

There will be chartered ferries sponsored by Styrsöbolaget departing in the morning heading for Donsö. At  08:05 from Eriksberg boat terminal (for those who are staying at Quality Hotel 11) and at 08:10 from Stenpiren boat terminal (for those who are staying at Comfort hotel Göteborg).

Boat transfer from Eriksberg via Saltholmen
08:10
Sep 3 2019
08:10 - 09:10
Stenpiren boat terminal

There will be chartered ferries sponsored by Styrsöbolaget departing in the morning heading for Donsö. At 08:10 from Stenpiren boat terminal (for those who are staying at Comfort hotel Göteborg) and a08:05 from Eriksberg boat terminal (for those who are staying at Quality Hotel 11).

08:30
Boat from Saltholmen
Sep 3 2019
08:30 - 09:03
Saltholmen boat terminal
08:40
Boat from Saltholmen
Sep 3 2019
08:40 - 09:00
Saltholmen boat terminal
09:30
Sep 3 2019
09:30 - 09:45
Donsöhallen

Katarina Norén, Director General, Swedish Maritime Administration

Jonas Backman, Chairman of the Donsö Foundation

09:45
Sep 3 2019
09:45 - 10:45
Donsöhallen

Towards a zero-emission smart marine ecosystem, Roger Holm, President of Marine Business, Executive Vice President and member of the Board of Management, Wärtsilä Corporation.

Roger Holm was born in 1972 and holds a Master of Science degree in Economics from Hanken School of Economics, Finland. He joined Wärtsilä in 1997 and he has held various managerial positions in Wärtsilä.

In 2001, he was appointed Corporate Controller for Wärtsilä Corporation before taking over as the Programme Director for the company’s ERP programme in 2002. Roger was appointed Chief Information Officer in 2006, and in 2008 he became Vice President, Business Development in the company’s Services business. In 2010, still in Services, he was appointed Vice President Solutions Management. From 2011 until 2013 he held the position of Vice President, Seals & Bearings, and from 2013 to 2015, Senior Vice President, Engines.

Roger has held his current position as President, Marine Business and Executive Vice President, Wärtsilä Corporation since November 2015. He is also a member of Board of Directors of the Hanken School of Economics.

 

 

 

Opening seminar - Main Sponsor Wärtsilä
11:00
Sep 3 2019
11:00 - 15:20
Exhibitors' stands

Pre-booked speed meetings are held in the Exhibitors' stands. Each speed meeting will last for 20 minutes. Between each meeting there will be a 10 minute break. This will give you time to round off and get ready for your next meeting with another shipping company.

Exhibition
Sep 3 2019
11:00 - 16:30
Exhibtion area
Sep 3 2019
11:00 - 11:20
Donsöhallen

Ulrik Frenander, Alfa Laval Nordic AB, Division Manager for Marine in the Nordic countries.

 

On stage - Alfa Laval - Fuels after 2020 sulphur cap - the importance of Fuel Line efficiency
Sep 3 2019
11:00 - 12:45
Donsö Missionskyrka

Financing sustainable shipping - Challenges and opportunities

Presenting an interesting program with several speakers followed by a panel discussion.

Moderator
Anders Hermansson, Executive vice President at The Swedish Shipowners’ Association.

Introduction
“Fulfilling the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) – Vision for climate, clean Oceans and sustainable development” 

Speaker: 
Johan Kuylenstierna, Stockholm University, Vice chair Swedish Climate Policy Council.

The shipowner perspective “Investing in sustainable shipping – a perspective from shipowners”

Speakers: 

Carl-Johan Hagman, head of Shipping & Ferries at Stena

David Kristensson, Group Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Northern Offshore Group. 

 

The financial perspective“Investing in Sustainable shipping – a financial perspective”
Speakers: 

Johan Henningsson, Head of Sustainability, Swedish Export Credit Corporation (SEK), Fredrik Nilzén, Head group sustainability, Swedbank, François Gaudet, Senior Loan Officer, Infrastructure, European Investment Bank and Joep Gorgels, Managing Director, Global Head Transport & Logistics, ABN AMRO bank.

Fredrik Nilzén, Head group sustainability, Swedbank

Discussion/conversation
Participants:
Johan Henningsson, SEK
Fredrik Nilzén, Swedbank
Johan Kuylenstierna, Stockholm University
Carl-Johan Hagman, Stena
David Kristensson, Northern Offshore Group

Moderator Anders Hermansson, The Swedish Shipowners’ Association.

 

11:30
Sep 3 2019
11:30 - 11:50
Donsöhallen

Peter Stålberg, Senior Technical Advisor, The Swedish Club.

Peter Stalberg joined the swedish club 1993. His work at the club largely involves the technical aspects of the insurance business within risk assessment and loss prevention. Overall with the aim to reduce accidents and provide advice to club members.

On stage - The Swedish Club - Trade Enabled Loss Prevention
12:00
Sep 3 2019
12:00 - 12:20
Donsöhallen

Bengt Gustav Sangberg, Marine Chief Executive Nordic (Denmark, Iceland, Norway & Sweden)

Bengt G. Sangberg has a M.Sc. degree in Naval Architecture (1976) from the Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm, Sweden and a B.Com. degree in Business Administration (1979) from Odense University, Denmark. His experience within the marine industry originates from shipyards, shipowners, marine consultants and ship classification & certification. Since January 2004, he has been working as Marine Chief Executive for Bureau Veritas Marine & Offshore.

On stage - Bureau Veritas - Sustainability, Safety and Security of Sea Transportation
Sep 3 2019
12:00 - 13:30
Donsöhallen

Lunch is prepared by Isbolaget between 12:00 and 13:30.
Coffee, tea, fruit, pastries and water is served during the day.

12:30
Sep 3 2019
12:30 - 12:50
Donsöhallen

10 min “TelScope. The Digital Revolution of Electronic Record Books”
Martin Ekholm,Telko International AB

10 min “Navigation Cyber Security, spoofing and Jamming detection”
Chris Loizou. Orolia

Martin Ekholm, Vice President Sale, Telko International AB.
Martin Ekholm has been in the maritime industry since 1996 when he joined the Swedish Navy. In 2005 he left the Navy but he kept his focus on navigation and bridge equipment.  Making life easier for the navigators is one of his main targets when introducing new products for the shipping companies.Today he represents Telko International AB with their core value Simplicity. With Simplicity as the key word they have developed TelScope, a platform for Electronic Record Books and e-navigation services.

Chris Loizou, Vice President Maritime Business Line, Orolia
Chris joined Orolia in 2016 as Chief Business Development Officer and is now Vice President of the Maritime Business Line. Chris is an experienced Vice President with a long history of working in the maritime industry. An expert in business strategy, he specialises working in the leisure marine, commercial shipping and fishing industries. Chris has a strong sales background with a MSc in Business Administration focused in Sales & Marketing from Groupe Ecole supérieure de Commerce et de Management (Tours, France). His roles and responsibilities within Orolia Maritime currently include:

  • Creation of the strategic direction of the maritime business line
  • Implementation of maritime policies & strategies within the business

Chris’s previous career experience includes:

  • Transas (now Wärtsilä) - Chief Operating Officer 2014 – 2016
  • Transas - International Business Unit Director Shore-Based Systems 2010 - 2014
  • Transas - Managing Director – 2008 - 2010

On stage - Telko - TelScope, The digital revolution of Electronic Record books & Navigation Cyber Security, spoofing and Jamming detection
13:00
Sep 3 2019
13:00 - 13:20
Donsöhallen

Jari Virtanen, Stena Line, Chief Transformation Officer Stena Line.

Internationally experienced senior executive with extensive experience within B2C sales & marketing & extensive experience within digital transformation!

Dynamic action & result oriented leader with international experience within the travel industry. Well documented results from turnover growth, online sales, turnarounds, acquisitions, mergers and successful leadership. Currently managing the digital transformation & change program at one of the world´s largest passenger shipping companies Stena Line, with more than 300 talented digital professionals.

Extensive experience of leadership in a cross cultural environment - Deep understanding of a constantly changing and fast moving consumer market - Objective driven leadership with a strong result focus - Execution of cost efficient sales & marketing strategies with an online focus - Strong communicator, negotiator, decisions maker & change leader.

On stage - Stena Line - Digitalization & Transformation
13:30
Sep 3 2019
13:30 - 13:50
Donsöhallen

Jörgen Strandberg, Director Agile Business development, Voyage solutions, Wärtsilä.

Captain Jörgen Strandberg joined Wärtsilä 2016 after having previously served in various ship management positions in Germany, most recently with AIDA and Costa Cruises. Born in 1967, he studied mechanical engineering but because of his love of the sea, he joined the merchant navy and then studied to become a Captain. He subsequently served again at sea as an officer and eventually earned his captain’s license. Following his marriage, he became a lecturer at Kalmar Maritime Academy, specialising in instrumentation and navigational systems. Mr Strandberg has cautioned the industry, as it looks increasingly for greater efficiencies, not to let economy of scale be the sale driver or outcome, warning that ship management has become commoditised, opting for financial control instead of technology. “Market does not reward quality due to oversupply of ships,” Strandberg said, illustrating with a Wärtsilä-commissioned study that concluded almost $23bn is wasted yearly in lost fuel efficiency and time at terminals globally. “In the future, the bridge onboard a vessel will be a virtual land-based maneuvering theatre.”

 

 

On stage - Wärtsilä -  Proactive vs. Reactive – was VIKING SKY a foreseeable event? How can a small ship owner build systems for a safe and efficient fleet without large overhead
Sep 3 2019
13:30 - 15:00
Donsö IS klubbstuga

The seminar was filmed and you can watch it here HR and Crewing seminar - DISC Puls Analysis

Self-awareness, the understanding that we are different as individuals in the management team and employees and communicate effectively to different personality types.

With the help of personality profiles, individuals can strengthen themselves in their self-knowledge, which is important as a manager and employee in a working group. DISC Puls Analysis can help, gain an increase the  understanding of each other and see the strengths of each other's differences. It also increases the knowledge of how to communicate effectively and successfully.

Anneli Hammarsten, Leadership coach and change leader with 10 years experience of leadership and skills transfer:

  • INLPTA Certified Practitioner
  • Certified Integrativ coach
  • Success Factor modeling
  • Certified Transaction analysis
  • DISC Puls Analysis
HR and Crewing seminar - DISC Puls Analysis
14:00
Sep 3 2019
14:00 - 14:20
Donsöhallen

Anne H. Steffensen, CEO, Danish Shipping, Tiina Tuurnala, Finnish Shipowners Association and Rikard Engström, CEO, Swedish Shipowners´Association.

Anne H. Steffensen, CEO, Danish Shipping

Anne H. Steffensen has since 1 October 2013 been Director General & CEO of Danish Shipping.

Following a Master of Science from London School of Economics (1988) and a Master of Politics from the University of Aarhus (1990) Anne H. Steffensen joined the Foreign Service in 1990. Her first posting was to London in 1992. From 1995 she worked as Head of Section in the Secretariat for Foreign Trade.

In 1998 she was posted to the Danish Consulate General in New York as Deputy Consul General. From 2001-2004 she headed the Department for Bilateral Relations and Project Export and the Secretariat. In 2004 she was appointed Ambassador, Under-Secretary for Foreign Trade and Investment.

In 2006 she was appointed State Secretary for Trade, Investment and Trade Policy and in 2011 Ambassador of Denmark to the Court of St. James’s.

 

Tiina Tuurnala, Finnish Shipowners Association

Managing Director of the Finnish Shipowners’ Association as of 1 April 2017. The Finnish Shipowners’ Association is a trade association with an interest in industrial and labour market policies. Finnish shipowners are in the forefront of technology and environmental innovations and are developing solutions for sustainable shipping.

Tiina began her career in the field of hydrography with the Finnish Maritime Administration in the early 1990’s. With the establishment of the Finnish Transport Agency in 2010, Tiina was appointed Development Director. In 2011 she was appointed Deputy Director General in charge of the national traffic management. In 2013 Tiina was appointed Deputy Director General in charge of the traffic and Information Function and she was responsible for national traffic management (road, maritime, rail), icebreaking services, hydrographic surveys and functions related to the development of digitisation, automatisation and intelligent traffic.

In 1998 she graduated with a MSc. (Engineering)  from the Helsinki University of Technology majoring in geographic information technologies.

Tiina has extensive experience with national and international representation, including e.g. Finnish Meteorological Institute, Advisory Board Member 2012-2017; Finnish Lifeboat Institution, Board member 2016 - ; Shipowners´ Foundation, Board member 2017 - ; Finnish Maritime Society, Board member 2017-2019, IALA Council member 2013-2017;National Treasury Insurance Sector Advisory Board member 2007-2012; Finnish Forestry Industry Development Centre Tapio, Supervisory Board member 2006-2012; etc.

 

Rikard Engström, CEO, Swedish Shipowners´Association

Rikard is CEO of the Swedish Shipowners Association, an organization he has been with for three years. The Association is highly involved in developing a more sustainable shipping sector. From a competitive, environmental and a social perspective. Rikard has a background as a researcher in freight transports and logistics and received a Ph D in Freight and Logistics. After a period as researcher and associate professor he has been a chief strategist at the Swedish Transport Administration for many years. Rikard describe himself as a walking triple helix model given his background in academia, administration and nowadays in the private sector.

 

14:30
Sep 3 2019
14:30 - 14:50
Donsöhallen

Cajsa Jersler Fransson, Work package leader STM.

Master mariner and Maritime Sustainability Coordinator. Cajsa was part of the STM Validation Project and have now moved on to STM Balt Safe.

On stage - Swedish Maritime Administration - How Swedish shipping industry benefits from STM
Sep 3 2019
14:30 - 16:00
Donsö Missionskyrka

Global shipping on the island of Donsö

Surrounding World Analysis - Business intelligence, sustainability and future recruiting

Host for the Commercial Meet is Carl-Johan Hagman, head of Shipping & Ferries at Stena, starting the meet with an introduction speech. Carl-Johan Hagman is also moderator for the panel discussion.

We are proud to present our impressive list of speakers:

  • Carl-Johan Hagman, Head of Shipping & ferries at Stena
  • Cecilia Malmström, European Commissioner for Trade
  • Carl-Henric Svanberg, Chairman of the Volvo Board
  • Alrik Danielson, President and CEO at SKF

The importance of trade to the world economy and the future of commerce
Cecilia Malmström, European Commissioner for Trade.

 

Production of the future
Alrik Danielson, President and CEO at SKF


The future mobility and the fuel of the future

Carl-Henric Svanberg, Chairman of the Volvo Board.

 

The Shipping perspective
Carl-Johan Hagman, head of Shipping & Ferries at Stena.

After the speakers, a panel debate will take place on stage.

Conclusions
Carl-Johan Hagman, head of Shipping & Ferries at Stena.

   

15:00
Sep 3 2019
15:00 - 15:20
Donsöhallen

Kåre Høglund, Chairman, Höglund Marine Solutions.

On Stage - Höglund Marine Solutions - The introduction of Computer Systems in modern vessels
15:30
Sep 3 2019
15:30 - 15:50
Donsöhallen

Anders Höfnell, Sales and Marketing Manager North Europe - Scanbalt & CEA.

Anders works for Lloyd’s Register Group, a leading global 3d-party maritime and industrial technical risk assurance and classification organisation since 2010. He is a mariner and Lieutenant Colonel with background from the defence/security industry, the maritime sector, the Armed Forces and from the intermodal logistics sector. His work experience includes two Managing Director positions, Sales Director, marketing and media relations. positions and commanding Marine- and Amphibious units up to a battalion, 600+ men.  As mariner, Anders has experience as master of smaller passenger vessel in coastal trades, master and first officer at a number of Naval ships and crafts as well commanding a Naval ship management unit consisting of 40 naval vessels ranging in size. Anders holds a B.Sc in Military Arts, a college engineering diploma, Mariner and Ship engineer certificates as well Senior logistician Certificate from European Logistics Association.

 

On stage - Lloyd’s Register Group - Working advantages and compliance with marine digitalization from a classification point of view
Sep 3 2019
15:30 - 17:00
Donsö IS klubbstuga

How can we communicate clearly, motivation and driving forces. Understand how our individual behavior affects entire groups. Find driving forces and motives. Create desired cultures in the group.

  • Repetition of the different profiles (colors)
  • Behaviors (a model of the definitions of behaviors)
  • Neuroscience (David Ingvar's theories of memory-track)
  • Dysfunctional teams
  • Positive reinforcement

Anneli Hammarsten, Leadership coach and change leader with 10 years experience of leadership and skills transfer:

  • INLPTA Certified Practitioner
  • Certified Integrativ coach
  • Success Factor modeling
  • Certified Transaction analysis
  • DISC Puls Analysis

 

HR and Crewing Workshop - How can we communicate clearly, motivation and driving forces
16:00
Sep 3 2019
16:00 - 16:20
Donsöhallen

Ulf Åstrand, Director Engine Platforms, R&D and Engineering, Wärtsilä

Ulf Åstrand joined Wärtsilä in Finland in 1990 after graduating as a Mechanical Engineer. Born in 1966 as a true optimist with a strive to always improve things regardless if it is related to work activities or leisure activities like sports.

The career within Wärtsilä has been in the area of 4-stroke engine development with a majority of time spent within gas engine developments for both Marine as well as Energy Businesses in various positions. Mr Åstrand was also in charge of the development of the new Wärtsilä 31 platform having a strong focus on reducing the environmental impact. In his current position as Director for Engine Platforms within R&D and Engineering he focuses on identifying ways to achieve sustainable Shipping and enable the use of renewables in the Energy Business.

 

On stage - Wärtsilä -   Is gas the fuel for sustainable shipping?
16:30
Sep 3 2019
16:30 - 17:20
Exhibition area

Networking and drinks with shipowners and exhibiting companies before the Banquet

18:00
Sep 3 2019
18:00 - 22:15
Harbor of Donsö

Dinner in the harbor of Donsö will be prepared by Pensionat Styrsö Skäret. During dinner there will be entertainment, networking and a really good time for everyone involved in Donsö Shipping Meet. More information about entertaining during the dinner will come closer to the event.

Entertainment - Tommy Körberg

DSM17 Banquet

Banquet dinner speakers Christer Olsson and Jonas Hammarberg - The power of humanity in the future world

            

 

21:30
Boat to Saltholmen
Sep 3 2019
21:30 - 21:56
Harbor of Donsö
22:30
Sep 3 2019
22:30 - 23:35
Harbor of Donsö

Transportation back to Saltholmen, Eriksberg and Stenpiren boat terminals with chartered ferry sponsored by Styrsöbolaget.

Sep 3 2019
22:30 - 23:40
Harbor of Donsö

Transportation back to Saltholmen, Eriksberg and Stenpiren boat terminals with chartered boat sponsored by Styrsöbolaget.

23:13
Boat to Saltholmen
Sep 3 2019
23:13 - 23:37
Harbor of Donsö
Sep 4 2019
08:30
Date
Time
Venue
Sep 4 2019
08:30 - 09:30
Stenpiren boat terminal

There will be a chartered boat sponsored by Styrsöbolaget, departing in the morning heading for Donsö. Departure at 08:30 from Stenpiren boat terminal. 

Sep 4 2019
08:30 - 09:30
Eriksberg boat terminal

There will be a chartered boat sponsored by Styrsöbolaget, departing in the morning heading for Donsö. Departure at 08:30 from Eriksberg boat terminal. 

Sep 4 2019
08:30 - 08:58
Saltholmen boat terminal

There will be a boat departing from Saltholmen boat terminal at 08:30.

 

10:00
Sep 4 2019
10:00 - 13:20
Exhibitors' stands

Pre-booked speed meetings are held in the Exhibitors' stands. Each speed meeting will last for 20 minutes. Between each meeting there will be a 10 minute break. This will give you time to round off and get ready for your next meeting with another shipping company.

 

Exhibition
Sep 4 2019
10:00 - 14:20
Exhibition area
Sep 4 2019
10:00 - 10:20
Donsöhallen

Jacob Granqvist, Sales Director, Gasum.

Since Jacob went to sea as an apprentice for the first time in the mid-nineties the focus has always been on learning the ropes of the shipping industry. Now with over 20 yrs both onboard and ashore in the shipping industry, a Master Mariner and a Master in Maritime Law later Jacob ’s philosophy remains the same. By knowing something by heart you can generate visions and push the envelope ever further. Today Jacob is heading the Gasum Marine business with the vision to take the bunker industry to the next level where the environment and the customers are in focus.

On stage - Gasum - The environmental focus of shipping
10:30
Sep 4 2019
10:30 - 10:50
Donsöhallen

Mr Chen Tao, Vice General Manager of AVIC Ship.
The story between AVIC Ship and Donso island started from Year 2013, the development and growth of AVIC Ship/AVIC Dingheng Shipyard is greatly influenced by the culture of Donso Big Family, inspired by his spirit. Here you will have a overall picture of our shipbuilding business and the process of our development.

On stage - Avic Ship - The growing journey of Avic Dingheng
11:00
Sep 4 2019
11:00 - 11:20
Donsöhallen

Johan Ljungbeck, Head of Sales and Marketing, Kockumation.

Johan Ljungbeck is the Head of Sales and Marketing for the Kockumation Group. He has worked in the industrial/marine sector for 10+ years and has held various positions such as Key Account Manager, Business development manager and Sales Manager. Johan graduated from Lund's Technical Institute with a Master's degree in Mechanical Engineering. He currently resides in the south of Sweden.

On stage - Kockumation - Cleaning your cargo tanks in a more efficient way and save the lives of your crew
11:30
Sep 4 2019
11:30 - 11:50
Donsöhallen

Johan Inden, President Region Europe Volvo Penta.

12:00
Sep 4 2019
12:00 - 13:30
Donsöhallen

Lunch is prepared by Isbolaget between 12:00 and 13:30.

Coffee, tea, fruit, pastries and water is served during the day.

Sep 4 2019
12:00 - 12:20
Donsöhallen

Vendela Santén, PhD, Research Project Manager.

Vendela Santén is a logistics researcher, and holds a position at SSPA research department as a project manager. Experienced from projects in the area of maritime and sustainable logistics, Ph.D. in Green Logistics and a M.Sc. in Industrial Ecology. Her doctoral studies focused on transport efficiency, and in particular on how companies can improve their load factor in the transport operations. Recent projects have focused on maritime logistics; such as the use of new technology in shipping (such as wind and battery power) and development of inland waterways logistics solutions.

 

On stage - SSPA  Sweden  - Sailing cargo vessels, a realistic path to achieve carbon-neutral shipping
12:30
Sep 4 2019
12:30 - 12:50
Donsöhallen

Marcelly Corbusier Hjelm,Sales Representative – Sweden, ABB.

Marcelly is graduated as Marine Engineer with master’s degree in Environmental Management. She worked as 3rd engineer on-board vessels at Maersk Line, Maersk Supply Service and Solstad Offshore. Today she is Sales Representative for ABB Turbochargers in Sweden.

On stage - ABB’s solution for engine performance optimization – Tekomar XPERT for Fleet
13:00
Sep 4 2019
13:00 - 13:20
Donsöhallen

Stanley Ekelund, Marketing & Communications Manager, Mercy Ships Sweden.

On stage - Mercy Ships – provides medical care that saves lives and transforms futures!
13:30
Sep 4 2019
13:30 - 13:50
Donsöhallen

Åsa Burman, Director Lighthouse.

On stage - Lighthouse -  CANCELLED - Research, innovation and collaboration – A basis for a sustainable future
Sep 4 2019
13:30 - 13:50
Donsöhallen

Tomas Lindberg, Managing Director

Olle Paulsson, Product Manager

14:30
Closing - Farwell and welcome back to DSM2021, September 7-8
Sep 4 2019
14:30 - 14:40
Donsöhallen
14:45
Sep 4 2019
14:45 -
Exhibition area

Time to take down exhibition and transport to harbor.

15:15
Sep 4 2019
15:15 - 16:20
Harbor of Donsö

Transport back to Saltholmen, Eriksberg and Stenpiren boat terminals with chartered boat sponsored by Styrsöbolaget.

Sep 4 2019
15:15 - 16:20
Harbor of Donsö

Transport back to Saltholmen, Eriksberg and Stenpiren boat terminals with chartered boat sponsored by Styrsöbolaget.

16:10
Boat to Saltholmen
Sep 4 2019
16:10 - 16:29
Harbor of Donsö

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