Brazil: Port and Terminal Development Conference Approaches

The Port and Terminal Development Brazil conference is scheduled for 19 – 20 May 2014, in Pullman São Paulo Ibirapuera, São Paulo.

Program highlights include the following:

– Critical updates on the new port reform law;

– Panel discussion exploring the future of the Brazilian terminal sector featuring senior representatives from ABTRA, Syndarma, ABTP and Centronave;

– Analysis on investment opportunities from APM Terminals and Port of Itapoá;

– Carrier’s corner: Maersk and Aliança debate the customers’ requirements;

– International case studies examining how ports and terminals have been developed in Europe and Asia;

– Environmental considerations in port and terminal planning;

– Strategies for enhancing cabotage system and reducing bottlenecks in the port industry.

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Press Release, May 1, 2014

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