ACI’s Maximising African Port Capacity Summit Approaches

ACI’s Maximising African Port Capacity Summit Approaches

ACI’s 2nd Maximising African Port Capacity Summit (21, 22 and 23 May 2013, Durban, South Africa) will address the fundamental issues faced by African ports and terminals in order to present an efficient and attractive option to the shipping lines.

The conference will explore terminal operations and appropriate expansion, inner-port efficiencies in communications and transport, as well as assessing relationships with local and national investors in developing an improved port community.

Infrastructure, and continued improvement of the entire environment will be high on the agenda with the aim of developing a competitive and specialised service.

In an increasingly tough market, this meeting will assist a port in gaining a competitive advantage.


All ACI’s meetings are strictly end-user focussed and attract a targeted group of senior level decision-makers from industry. Delegates will be drawn from Port Authorities, Port Operators and Terminal Operating companies and include VPs, Directors and Managers of:

Port Authorities & Terminal Operators:

– Port Project Managers

– Port Directors/ Managers

– Environmental Managers

– Terminal Operators

– Heads of Business Development.

Also present:

– Local and national government

– Private Investors in port/ infrastructure

– Port development consultants

– Suppliers of specialist port technologies and equipment.

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Press Release, April 3, 2013