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Global Ports
Rotterdam, Netherlands - 12th & 13th November 2007
Conference / congress

Programme Highlights:
Analysis of future global container port trends
Understanding port marketing and the key drivers to maintaining good customer relations
Examination of the challenges in financing port development
Exploring the changing roles of ports and terminals
Managing the investment in infrastructure and land transport links
Learn about the logistical challenges and ways to avoid bottlenecks and port delays
Hear case studies on planning new facilities from the ports of Tanger and Rotterdam
Plus workshops on terminal servicing quality and terminal security
Key Speakers Include:
Michele Acciaro, Assistant Academic Director and Research Associate, MEL, Erasmus University
Mustapha Almouzani, Port Director, Tanger Med Port
Filip Beckers, Transport Procurement Manager - Europe, Masterfoods
Jamal Bin Thaniah, Vice Chairman, DP World
Richard Clarke, Market Sector Director - Containers, Halcrow
Neil Davidson, Research Director, Drewry Shipping Consultants
Rob van Eijndhoven, Managing Director, RVE Management
Frank Kho, Head Container Operations, PSA Hesse-Noord Natie
Hendrik Lorenz, Marketing Chairman, Port of Hamburg
Santiago Milà , Deputy Managing Director, Strategy & Development, Port of Barcelona
Mathis Shinnick, Head of Global Transportation, HSH Nordbank
Jan Westerhoud, President, ECT

12th & 13th November 2007

Hilton Rotterdam, The Netherlands

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