7th International Seminar 
12th September 2018
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Established as a 'must-attend' key industry event, the seminar is recognised for its exceptional speaker line-up of market leaders and invaluable networking opportunities. An event of the highest calibre, not only in-depth and informative but also stimulating and enjoyable, provides delegates with a prime platform for discussion, debate and networking.

The one-day seminar programme will explore topics such emissions, dredging, cold ironing, port expansion, ballast waste management, congestion, legal framework, social-eco development, carbon footprint, environmental dredging, terminal planning, easing congestion, dredging disposal, dust emissions, noise emissions, electrical equipment, legal framework, green operations, port development, education/training, cities & ports, conversion of port equipment and much more!

Specially designed for planning officers, advisors, consulting engineers, operations managers, legislators, local authority officials, equipment manufacturers, environmental officers, ship operators, government officials, development officers and representatives from ports and terminals around the globe!

The event will be directed by Peter van Schie, Publisher of World Port Development. Peter has over 25 years experience of working on several port magazines including Port Development International (PdI), Cargo Systems, Cargo Today and the World of Cargo Handling in a commercial capacity.

He has travelled worldwide and during the course of his travels and other business activities he has made many valuable contacts. Peter has also worked as an independent consultant for the International Cargo Handling Co-ordination Association (ICHCA).

As a consultant he has been involved in and developed various marketing and PR campaigns, managed product launches and developed numerous port events. He also researches and writes independent reports for the ports industry.

The seminar hosts several speakers and is chaired by a moderator, concluding with a Q&A session.


114 Days