June, 2019 will mark the arrival ACI’s third European Environmental Ports Conference. 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, to tackle the most pressing topics of the maritime industry.
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; now is a crucial time to share best practices and explore new technologies and methodologies in order to advance daily operations of a port with minimal ecological consequences.
On the 12th and 13th of June 2019, this two-day event will provide informative presentations on the very latest challenges, solutions and developments in reducing emissions, pollution and energy consumption, as well as discussing the possibilities of industrial collaboration and a more sustainable future.
Exclusive Site Visit:
In addition to the main two day event on Tuesday, 11th of June, a day prior the conference a limited number of conference delegates will have a unique opportunity to join an exclusive site visit to the Port of Antwerp. There is no extra charge to join the site visit, although places are limited and allocated to the conference delegates on first come first served basis. Therefore, we would strongly suggest to book your place early to avoid disappointment.
Key Topics Include
Located at the heart of Europe, the Port of Antwerp is one of the largest seaports in the region, accessible to capesize vessels and connected to the hinterland by rail, road, and river. In line with its strategic priorities ‘sustainable growth’ and ‘transition’, the port of Antwerp is taking great steps to improve the quality of water, air and soil and to decrease the emission of toxic substances per tonne of production. In addition the port focuses on generating green energy through the use of combined heat and power generation.
The port of Antwerp is also home to the Port House, the final architectural masterpiece of the late Zaha Hadid, a dynamic, innovative and most of all sustainable landmark in the Antwerp skyline.
There is no extra charge to join the site visit, although places are limited and allocated to the conference delegates on first come first served basis. Therefore, we would strongly suggest to book your place early to avoid disappointment.
Mark Simmons, Policy Manager, British Ports Association
Bogdan Oldakowski, Secretary General, Baltic Ports Association
Ton Van Breeman, Environment Manager, Port of Amsterdam
Manfred Lebmeier, Head of Environment and Spatial Strategy, Hamburg Port Authority
Raul Cascajo, Head of Environmental Policies, Port of Valencia
Ron Van Gelder, Senior Adviser DHMR, Port of Rotterdam
Annaleena Makila, Managing Director, Finnish Port Association
Sotiris Raptis, Senior Adviser Environment and Safety, EcoPorts Coordinator, ESPO
Anna Bobo Remijn, Directorate-General for Mobility and Transport, Maritime Safety Unit, European Commission
Valeria Mangiarotti, Delegate for Environment, MedCruise
David Knott, Compliance Manager, Belfast Harbour Commissioners
Poul Woodall, Director for Environment & Sustainability, DFDS A/S
Wim Stubbe, Lead Partner of the Dual Ports Project, Port of Oostende
Ashley Woods, Lead Environmental Adviser, APM Terminals
Jan Brooke, Director, Jan Brooke Environmental Consultant Ltd
Matthaus Wuczkowski, Head of Sustainability Management, Niedersachen Ports
Malte Siegert, Head of Environmental Policy, NABU – The Nature and Biodiversity Conservation Union
Albert Willemsen, Environmental Consultant, ICOMIA
Andreas Slotte, Head of Sustainable Development, Port of Helsinki
Paul Altena, Manager for European Government Affairs , Cruise Lines International Association (CLIA) Europe
Julien Dufour, CEO, Verifavia & Verifavia Shipping
Ingemar Gustavsson, Business Unit Manager, Actemium
If you would like to be considered as a speaker for the event with a 30-45 minute presentation, please submit an abstract for consideration to:
Tel: +44 (0)20 3141 0647
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