Port & Terminal Technology USA 2009

Friday, January 16, 2009

Following its European show over the last 5 years, Millennium Conferences International brings the Port & Terminal Technology Conference to the USA for the first time on April 7 and  8 in Houston.

The two day program will explore the latest developments, issues, trends and technology affecting ports and terminals around the world, providing delegates an invaluable learning opportunity from industry experts.

The event is specially designed for representatives from operations, maintenance and engineering from port authorities, terminal operators, consultancy firms, dredging contractors, maritime construction firms and suppliers of cargo handling equipment to the ports industry and those involved in the effective development and operation of container ports and terminals around the globe.

Speakers include organizations such as: Matcor - Halcrow - Global Sim - Parsons Brinckerhoff - Shaw GBB LLC – The Port of Long Beach - Collins Engineers - CH2M Hill - Houston Port Authority .

 (www.millenniumconferences.com)

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