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TOC Africa is part of a global portfolio of events that bring together stakeholders of the container supply chain to learn, debate and network.
TOC has long been considered best in class by container terminal operators and their suppliers. The TOC of today has evolved into a complete container supply chain event, delivering both technical content and also offering a platform to stakeholders higher up in the cargo chain.
Therefore, there are now two distinct elements of the event:
This world-class exhibition is a showcase of the latest port & terminal technology and operations aimed at terminal operators and their suppliers. Technology and service providers come together here to showcase the latest cutting-edge solutions to their clients, the terminal operators and the region’s ports.
The high-level Container Supply Chain Conference is aimed at C-Suite strategic personnel including shippers, carriers and 3PL’s as well as global operators and port authorities. In 2021, many of the conversations within the conference will focus around digitalisation and disruption from the viewpoint of the key stakeholders within the container supply chain.
TOC Africa will not only place the spotlight on Morocco as a transhipment hub for Europe and Africa but also bring together the African and European port, shipping and logistics communities to learn, debate & network at the stunning Hilton Tangiers.
Amongst others, a combination of high-quality regional content, pan African digitalisation briefings and international ‘Port Watch’ sessions will make TOC the must attend African show of the year. Delegates will also get the opportunity to visit the terminals, the freezone and enjoy an exclusive networking programme.
The common denominator in each of these forums is The Port. The port is firmly established as the critical link within the container supply chain – any bottle necks or delays that occur at the quayside or port hinterland dramatically affect the time it takes for cargo to arrive at its destination, therefore ports need to process cargo in a timely and cost effective manner using the latest technology on the market.
At TOC we are here to serve the industry – we place the port at the centre of the supply chain and have done so throughout our 40-years of history and heritage.
"Conference left a clear footprint for the large potential but also clear need for investing in infrastructure in subsaharan Africa."
"I enjoyed the speeches delivered by the President of RSA and the Transnet Group CE. The various exhibits on display were interesting and allowed one to network and arrange meetings beyond the conference."