ACI’s European Environmental Ports Conference 2017 will be taking place in Antwerp, Belgium, on 7th – 8th June 2017. The event will bring together senior representatives from the global port community and shipping companies, as well as environmental policy-makers, academic experts, consultants, and technology providers.
Given the increasing focus on environmental regulations from the IMO and policy makers in the maritime sector, there is a growing responsibility and requirement of ports to reduce their environmental impact; it is an important time to share best practices and explore new technologies and methodologies in order to advance daily operations of a port with minimal ecological consequences.
The two-day event will feature informative presentations on the very latest challenges, solutions and developments in reducing emissions, pollution and energy consumption, as well as engaging discussion around the exciting potential of co-operation and symbiosis.
If you would like to be considered as a speaker for the event with a 20-45 minute presentation, please submit an abstract for consideration to:
Tel: +44 (0)20 3141 0625
All ACI’s events attract a targeted group of senior level executives and decision-makers from the industry. Our meetings are strictly end-user focused. Only a select group of companies are invited to sponsor the event—to ensure the emphasis is on the industry participants, and making sure our delegates have a valuable and positive experience.
Delegates will be drawn from:
ports, port authorities, terminal operators, shipping companies, logistics companies, shipowners, environmental technology and service providers
Job roles include:
environmental managers and planners, harbour masters, logistics managers, energy managers, sustainability and corporate social responsibility executives
Evides Industriewater is a part of the Dutch drinking water company Evides (dating back to 1874). Nearly 50 years Evides Industriewater supplies process water and treats waste water for the (petro)chemical, oil & gas, food & beverage and agricultural industries throughout north-west Europe. These services are provided on the basis of long term service contracts, where Evides Industriewater builds, owns and operates the plants and supplies/treats industrial water to a given specification level.
The highest reliability, quality and availability is guaranteed by the in-house knowledge of processes, design and asset management, developed and matured throughout our experience in these industries. All these disciplines are focused on the whole life cycle approach, resulting in the best total cost of ownership for our customers. Evides Industriewater is independent of any technology/equipment provider and selects the solution that results in the lowest total cost of ownership.
Long term contracts have been developed and prolonged with individual industry majors, like Yara, BASF, Dow, Dupont, Shell, BP, etc. Apart from that, Evides Industriewater has developed several multi-client solutions, allowing multiple end users to benefit from the economy of scale that a single collective installation provides. In close collaboration with local port authorities and drinking water companies, Evides Industriewater has successfully developed multi-client demin water and industrial waste water treatment plants in the ports of Rotterdam and Groningen.
ACTION Modulers is a private company located near Lisbon, Portugal, focused on numerical modelling, development of technological solutions and safety planning services. Through a strong connection to the university environment, the company continuously participates in scientific and technological developments achieving innovative solutions.
Two main business areas compose the company:
Regarding ports, ACTION Modulers offers the breakthrough web-based mobile-friendly product ACTION Seaport, an operational forecast system to support piloting (e.g. sea level predictions, severe conditions warnings), safety operations (e.g. oil spills, search and rescue) and environmental quality (e.g. monitoring emissions from ships, ballast waters) in ports and coastal areas. ACTION Seaport aggregates multi-scale hydrodynamic, wave and atmospheric data for global and local high resolution models worldwide using an innovative and visually striking mapping technology. It’s used by ports (e.g. Port of Lisbon) and national maritime authorities (e.g. Portuguese Marine Pollution Directorate).
ACI has put together a range of packages to suit your requirements. These range from branding options, to full scale partner solutions and can be tailored to meet your objectives and budgets.
If you are launching a new product or service and wish to gain visibility and brand recognition within your industry, contact us today!
For commercial opportunities, please contact:
Tel: +44 (0) 203 141 0608
FEPORT represents the interests of large variety of terminal operators and stevedoring companies performing operations and carrying out activities over 400 terminals in the seaports of the European Union. FEPORT speaks on behalf more than 1200 companies. FEPORT’s aim is to promote the interests of its members ie national associations and global multinational companies and to maintain constant dialogue with all EU institutional and non-institutional stakeholders.
Port Technology International is a quarterly technical journal and online news hub, reporting news, progress and technological innovations at ports, terminals and harbours worldwide.
The semi-hardback journal, featuring over 30 technical papers written by leading industry professionals, is divided into distinctive sections, including Port Planning, Environment & Sustainability and Container Handling, reflecting emerging trends and technical innovations that lead to greater efficiency and higher productivity at ports and terminals.
Our website www.porttechnology.org is also updated daily covering the latest news and developments from throughout the industry.
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SAFETY4SEA / GREEN4SEA foster Safety, Environmental Excellence & Sustainable Shipping including Leading Maritime Safety Portal www.SAFETY4SEA.com, Green Portal www.GREEN4SEA.com, World’s Largest Safety & Green Conferences, attracting 1000+ delegates each every year and print publications (SAFETY4SEA Log, GREEN4SEA Log, RISK4SEA Log and CSR4SEA Log) circulated in excess of 100,000 copies globally.
The Harbours Review project of the Baltic Press publishing house stands for a completely free regularly updated on-line European ports database as well as E-zines distributed to over 15,000+ subscribers with expert views on the most important issues for Europe’s port sector.
Baltic Transport Journal is an international printed bimonthly magazine focused on transport in the Baltic Sea region (BSR) with its nine countries: Poland, Germany, Denmark, Sweden, Finland, Russia, Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania.
We write about all transport aspects within the logistics chain: maritime – rail – road – inland shipping – project logistics – warehousing – distribution – environment, etc.
Project Cargo Network (PCN) is an ISO 9001 and ISO 14001 certified organisation established to provide a networking platform for the world’s top heavy lift and project cargo specialists. Members work for many sectors including oil and gas, pulp and paper, automotive, construction, power and energy, as well as aid cargo. The fast-growing organisation comprises of 230+ specialists in 105+ countries.
Cargo Connections was formed in 2014 and offers Restricted Representation so membership is only offered to a limited number of freight forwarders who offer air, sea and road freight services per country. With a cutting-edge website, Cargo Connections offers innovative membership benefits including a useful Smartphone Service.
niversal Freight Organisation (UFO) was formed in January 2000 and today the ISO 9001 and ISO 14001 certified association boasts representation in 120+ countries. UFO are proud to have maintained a ‘One Member per Country’ policy (with the exception of USA and China), making them one of the only remaining exclusive freight forwarder networks in the world.
Freightbook is a fast growing online database containing profiles of 1500+ freight forwarders in 140+ countries. The unique profile pages and new rating system provide a good insight into each registered company which raises confidence and increases business. Freightbook also provides a useful Smartphone Service where forwarders and suppliers to the freight industry can be found quickly on mobile devices.
The bi-monthly Bunkerspot magazine, launched in February 2004, focuses on the technical, operational, commercial, environmental and legal aspects of bunkering. It is written by experienced bunker journalists and a team of highly-respected industry experts.
The Bunkerspot website includes subscription-based real-time news and pricing service, as well as information channels, industry announcements and updates on conferences, exhibitions and other key events. An annual subscription entitles you to see all the subscribers’ newsboard stories and access thousands of articles on the Search Archive.
Visit us at www.bunkerspot.com
GlobalEnergyWatch.com – “Be the first to know”
GlobalEnergyWatch brings the latest Energy news from government, industry and major news agencies around the world. Our service has over 60,000 active subscribers and 2 million article readers per year.
GlobalEnergyWatch content is categorised in over 10 main news groups for example: “Solar Energy News”, or “Oil & Gas News” making recent and related articles easy to find.
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Afternoon Workshop – Tuesday 6th June
Training given by Frank Braunschweig & Rodrigo Fernandes of Action Modulers
The session is offered at no extra charge to registered delegates. Only 20 spaces are available, and are allocated on a first come first served basis. Book early to avoid disappointment.
Action Seaport: a mobile-friendly decision support system to improve safety, environmental and operational port performance. This practical training session gives a hands-on introduction to ACTION Seaport’s web / mobile-friendly technological platform.
ACTION Seaport combines data acquisition systems, numerical forecasting systems and data analytics, to help Port Authorities (as well as coastguards and other maritime authorities) in pilotage and navigational activities, protection to adverse marine weather conditions, tactical response to marine pollution incidents, and environmental monitoring from fixed stations. Using state-of-the-art web-based mobile-friendly technology for user-interfacing, the system is also able to publish and distribute information in other platforms, including tailor-made SMS and email alerts, and periodic digital reports. This cutting-edge web-based and mobile-friendly platform provides advanced answers in an ultimate and visually striking user-experience, working seamlessly in laptop, tablet or smartphone.
Please note – WI-FI will be available but participants will need to bring their own laptop, tablet or smartphone in order to take part in the workshop.
|Action Seaport – Training Course|
|13:30||14:00||ACTION Seaport overview
Powerpoint presentation with general introduction to the software solution
|14:00||14:30||ACTION Seaport technical overview
Powerpoint presentation with background information (numerical models, data sources)
Visualizing realtime and forecast information to support maritime situational awareness, ship pilotage and navigation, and early warning notifications
Running Oil Spill and Search & Rescue scenarios
|16:45||17:00||Q&A and Closing|