Within the framework of its participation as a speaker at the seminar “Port Community System (PCS), coordination tools for the port logistics”, the Spanish specialist Lluís Miró, consultant in the area of ports and logistics of the company IDOM (Engineering and Management Works and Mounting), Pablo Fortin of PortalPortuario.cl gave his vision regarding the current Chilean port development and the challenges of the industry , concepts that apply in general to all the Latin American ports.
As of general interest, we transcribe interview of Mundo Maritimo of Chile to Latinports’ executive director, Julian Palacio, following his presentation on the recent Latin American Port Expansion Summit in Lima, Peru, where he explained that “while creating unnecessary port infrastructure, internal transport is neglected”.
“If it is bad to not have competition, is also bad that has Super-competition”: Interviewing the Latinports Executive Director for Latin American Ports Forum
On the occasion of the event that Latin American Port Forum is organizing for the month of September in Panama, with Latinpors as Associate Partner, Raúl Ferro interviewed Julian Palacio on the port situation in Latin America.
Rodolfo Sabonge, independent expert consultant at Mckinsey & Company talked to Port Finance International about the Mexican & Latin American port sector
“The way in which China will change its trade patterns could be an opportunity for Mexico, as well as a great challenge. In addition, globalization will continue to expand with more trend toward supply nearby, which means that for important consumer markets near countries, such as Mexico, it will be important to invest in infrastructure to improve the connectivity in all areas of transport”