Port Planning and Development Southeast Asia

Strategic investments for enhanced connectivity and smarter Southeast Asian Ports.


Port Planning and Development Southeast Asia 1-4 Dec 2014 Shangri-La Hotel, Jakarta, Indonesia
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Asian ports are growing and port development is rapid. There is a need to accommodate to the increasing traffic to Asia's major ports and even smaller feeder ports are under pressure to modernize and keep up with the pace of expansion and upgrading. Held in Jakarta, Indonesia, one of SEA's fastest growing maritime trade markets, there is no place more apt than Indonesia to bring key stakeholders together to discuss strategic investment opportunities and discover new technologies to improve port logistics.

Key Thematic Areas:

- Recent regional case studies on how to improve port efficiencies, reduce dwell time and develop 24/7 automated processes in your port

- Building financier and investor confidence: How to motivate banks to lend and attract investors to Indonesia?

- What are the new technologies for SMART ports?

- Regulators updates: With the elections, how will the evolving political scene impact Indonesia's port expansion and development plans, and what new opportunities are there for foreign investors?

Price: Early Bird till 26th September: USD 2099, Standard: USD 2399.