MARITIME TRANSPORTATION is the principal way of International trade which allows sending large quantities of merchandise at a very low cost.
The need for adequate port infrastructure for the new sizes of ships is a global trend. Due to the Panama Canal Expansion Project, these ships are soon to arrive into South American ports, this ensure an estimated investment of USD$40,000M, in new port projects and modernizations through to 2030.
With a track record that brings us to the 5th version of TRANS-PORT, Exhibition and International Congress for the Latin American Maritime Port Industry, moves to identify the various markets which will enable the projection of this sector’s development,
which could contribute to regional economies and bring together businesses, providers, Chilean authorities and people of Latin America. This
exhibition is the ideal place for an interchange of ideas, experiences and technology that this sector requires.
In addition to the exhibition, TRANS-PORT 2016 will also include a program of conferences and roundtables where exhibitors and attendees can get together and share ideas.
TRANS-PORT together with EXPONAVAL 2016, the 10th International Naval and Maritime Exhibition and Congress for Latin America, provides synergies that strengthen the both events, in the quality and the coverage of professionals that are visiting both exhibitions.