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Häfen | Ports Digitalization and terminal equipment will once again be in the focus at »Rotterdam Ahoy« TOC Europe expects further growth Digitalization and its impact on global containerised trade is set to dominate this year’s TOC Europe, returning to Rotterdam on 18-20 June 2019 © TOC Europe It will be the 43rd edition of the trade show, including the Container Supply Chain (CSC) Conference. Delegates will take a deep look into the dynamics of new technology, both as an enabler and a disruptor, and how this could engender radically different business models that render obsolete many of the assumptions currently underpinning global trade in physical goods. Key CSC speakers this year include Mike White, CEO of Maersk GTD & Head of TradeLens, Maersk. Global Trade Digitization is the joint project formed last year by Maersk and tech giant IBM. The goal is to bring global supply chains into the 21st century by digitizing them so as to reduce the cost of global shipping, improve visibility across supply chains and eliminate inefficiencies stemming from paper-based processes. Later the same day, Digital Transformation from the point of view of the »disruptors« will be showcased in a debate session featuring Graham Parker, CEO, Kontainers, Thor Thorup, CCO & Co-Founder of Portchain, and Alexander Goulandris, Co-Founder & CEO, essDOCS. Adapting maritime, port and logistics regulations to the new era of digitalisation and automation is another key theme on the agenda, along with the impact of substantive new environmental and climate change legislation, including the IMO2020 sulphur cap. CSC delegates will also get the latest intelligence on business fundamentals, with analysts, cargo owners and supply chain practitioners assessing the outlook for global container trade, shipping and port operations. Executives sharing views include Neil Davidson, Senior Analyst Ports & Terminals at Drewry, Dieter Degryse, GM – EAME Transportation at Caterpillar, David Lenaers, Senior Transportation Manager EMEA-ANZ at Stanley Black & Decker and Helge Neumann-Lezius, VP Product & Capacity Management EMEA at DHL Global. Day Two turns the focus onto a critically important corollary of digitalization; Cyber Security in an age of mass data flows, as part of a new day-long seminar on port, shipping and supply chain resilience under the theme ›Protect Your Assets.‹ Growing exhibition & Dry bulk The TECH TOC seminars take place again this year on the show flow, building on many of the issues debated within CSC. Rounding off the discussion element is the Dry Bulk Seminar. Key issues concerning the effective, safe and environmentally-friendly operation of dry bulk terminals will be included, with high level speakers including Peter Sand, Chief Shipping Analyst at BIMCO. According to the organizers, this year the exhibition is expected to be even bigger than ever. More than 180 exhibitors will showcase the power of faceto-face contact, hosting meetings and live demonstrations. Again, several exhibitors are scheduled to use this year’s event as a platform to launch new products. New to TOC Europe this year is a dedicated Dry Bulk Pavilion where the latest technologies and best practices designed to enhance efficiencies in dry bulk handling will be on display. Bulk terminals concerned with air quality, noise, lighting, safety, energy consumption, regulation and port development will be at TOC Europe to compare products and services. In addition, the Dry Bulk seminar programme will give smaller suppliers a major platform to discuss industry challenges and solutions in front of bulk terminal operators. ED 88 HANSA International Maritime Journal 06 | 2019

HTG Kongress 2019 11.–13.09.2019 in Lübeck Veranstaltungen 2019 i 13.06. Forum HTG »Hammerbrooklyn« 16.07. Junge HTG Working Group 21.– Fachexkursion 23.08. der Jungen HTG 11.– HTG Kongress 13.09. Lübeck 21.10. Junge HTG Working Group Schnell sein lohnt sich! HTG Kongress Nov. Forum HTG »Blue Mining« 07.11. Workshop Korrosionsschutz Hamburg 20.11. Junge HTG Zukunftswerkstatt Frühbucherrabatt noch bis zum 16.06.2019 sichern! Infos und Anmeldung unter: www.htg-online.de Anmeldemodalitäten Die angegebenen Preise gelten bei Onlineanmeldung. Bei schriftlicher Anmeldung über die HTG Geschäftsstelle wird eine Bearbeitungsgebühr von 10,00 € berechnet. Jede Anmeldung gilt als verbindlich. Schriftliche Abmeldungen sind kostenfrei möglich bis zum Datum des Anmeldeschlusses. Danach wird die Gebühr vollständig fällig. Jeder Teilnehmer erhält nach Anmeldung eine Rechnung die gleichzeitig Anmeldebestätigung ist. Zahlungsfrist und Bankverbindung entnehmen Sie Ihrer Rechnung. Bitte melden Sie sich rechtzeitig an. Bei Erreichen der maximalen Teilnehmerzahl schließt das Anmeldeportal automatisch. Für HTG-Jungmitglieder kann eine Förderung aus dem Spendenfonds Goedhart erfolgen. Das Antragsformular kann über die HTG Geschäftsstelle angefordert werden. Bettina Blaume, Ansprechpartnerin, Telefon: 040/428 47-21 78, E-Mail: service@htg-online.de HANSA International Maritime Journal 06 | 2019 89

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