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TOC Market Briefing Latin America
Guayaquil, Ecuador - 16-17 September 2008
Conference / congress

The recent TOC AMERICAS event in Panama unearthed interesting, positive feedback from the ports and terminals of Latin America. Having discussed with the leading companies in this sector, it was clear that there is demand for a regional forum that will cover local developments, particularly in the Ecuador / Columbia area. This is mainly due to the significant growth that is taking place on the West Coast of Central and South America.

Driven by local demand, the Market Briefing will be a two day conference focusing on the shipping line perspective of moving cargo in and out of this region, with major contribution from terminal operators and the added angle of cold chain logistics. The cold chain element will be focusing on the banana trade.

The Conference will place the spot light on Peru and Columbia.

We will also conduct case studies focusing on other areas of Latin America and draw comparisons with the west coast developments and port activity.

16-17 September 2008

Hotel TBA, Guayaquil

Monday 15 September: Port tour to Guayaquil Pre-conference evening reception Tuesday 16 September: Breakfast Briefings Opening governmental ceremony Lunch & coffee breaks Plenary session Gala Dinner (with keynote address) Wednesday 17 September: Breakfast Briefings Breakout sessions Lunch & coffee breaks Closing Evening Reception Thursday 18 September: Port Tour Manta

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