In the past two years, port infrastructure investments initiatives have been launched across Asia. Countries including Singapore, the Philippines, Malaysia, Korea and Indonesia have invested heavily into upgrading its port and terminal infrastructure. The global port infrastructure construction market will see significant activity over the next ten years, according to BMI Research. Asia along with Latin America accounts for the majority of projects with 322 of the 522 port projects taking places across the world being located in these two regions.
Container ports and terminals around the world currently face perhaps their greatest ever demands for improved operational performance, cost efficiency and customer service.
These sessions will provide attendees with the knowledge and tools to achieve enhanced productivity, safety and environmental performance at their facility.
Case Studies: Hear real-life practical examples of technology and innovation taking place in the sector including - the demands and requirements of the next generation TOS
Challenges: What are the technical and operational challenges as ports look to invest and develop in bigger docks and how can these be overcome
Technology: A unique insight into the technology available to a sector that is quickly adopting the technology as it looks to enhance operational efficiency and asset optimization.
Automation: Review worldwide projects, latest technologies and updated thinking on the ongoing automation of ports and terminals across the world.