In this important event, to which we have supported three successful previous editions, will discuss adaptation of ports and terminals to continuous change in regional and global trade, and the technology and infrastructure necessary to address it.
The New Era of the Ports: Projects and New Business Models in an Industry in Transformation
Panama City, April 11 & 12, 2018
The port business is in the process of transformation, adapting to the currents of change coming from the various sectors that make up the supply chain
After two successful editions of the Latin America Port Expansion Summit in Peru & Colombia, Lnoppen will host its 3rd edition this time in Mexico, with Latinports as Associated Partner, as on the previous occasions.
The Leading Ports & Logistics Conference for Latin America Panama City
Sheraton Grand Hotel – June 28 & 29, 2017
One year after the third of locks came into operation in the Panama Canal, Latin American ports plans are becoming real, with new projects as well as new needs for update and modernize facilities, opening wide business opportunities.
The completion of the Panama Canal expansion; and the recent bankruptcy of Hanjin Shipping are the two seismic events of the decade. Ocean carriers APL and MSC join port operator PSA to assess the effects cascading through the global supply chain.