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Pilotage and Port Logistics Conference 2019


published on 18 September 2019 46 -

This event lies in the past.
28.10.2019 - 01.11.2019
Sydney, Australia
What to expect
The shipping industry contributes enormously to our economy and we invite pilots, Harbour Masters, logistics providers, shipping lines, tug operators, stevedores, regulators and other maritime related professionals to attend the 2019 Pilotage and Port Logistics Conference.

Hear from Australasian and International leaders on topical issues, technological advancements and challenges facing not only the cruise, bulk and container industries but also about the associated port development and landside considerations.

This collaborative environment will bring together participants from diverse maritime and logistics fields to discuss challenging and confronting issues including risk creep, efficiency, safety, pilotage, the changing legal and regulatory landscape, passenger ships, new technologies, port development, pilot transfer, port logistics and so much more. Pilots will be actively listening to industry concerns to determine how they can improve service delivery to customers.
Sydney, Australia
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