TOC Americas 2010 in Brazil

Monday, October 11, 2010

TOC Events Worldwide is moving to Rio de Janeiro, Brazil in November for the 10th TOC Americas conference and exhibition.
The Port of Rio de Janeiro will play host to TOC Americas from 9 – 11 November 2010, where exhibitors, from all aspects of the terminal operations industry, will showcase technology alongside a conference and a series of technical workshops.
The event will bring together leading professionals from across the Americas to discuss all the latest developments within the maritime industry, focusing on Brazil’s ability to cope with the increasing strain on its ports. With 95% of foreign trade volumes handled by sea, the country’s ports and connecting inland transport infrastructure need serious, sustained investment and modernization to catch up, let alone keep pace, with demand.

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