Technical Insight From Port Experts Including:
Advanced Port And Terminal Design
Infrastructure To Accommodate Mega-Vessels
Meeting Future Trade Growth Through Strategic Port Planning, Capacity Addition and Operational Efficiency
With pressures from growing intra-Asian trade, ever-expanding vessel sizes and increasing competition from terminals across the region, Southeast Asian ports cannot afford to remain stagnant in the face of dynamic regional developments.
Join port and maritime leaders from across Southeast Asia at the 5th Annual Port Development & Connectivity Asia Forum to explore pressing issues in regional port planning and operational efficiency: from ensuring that master planning reflects regional trade projections and efficient dredging and land reclamation, to coping with cascading vessels and more concentrated bursts of incoming cargo.
Discuss, network and walk away with actionable strategies for your port at the 5th Annual Port Development & Connectivity Asia Forum!
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Hear What our Past Attendees Have to Say:
“It was good to better understand future plans for ports in Indonesia, Singapore and Thailand. The information can be applied to Bintulu Port’s masterplanning.” - Bintulu Port Authority
“Very knowledgeable speakers, good range of participants and good materials. I learned many new ideas and got to know people from a various spectrum of industries.” - Labuan Liberty Port Management
“It was my first time attending this conference. After listening to new topics and meeting new people, I enjoyed being a part of it. It is relevant for our organisation.” - VSL Indonesia
“I really like the fact that the event was of a focused scale, it was easy to network and talk to specific people. Attendees were regional if not global from senior positions.” - BAM International