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The maritime-port world will meet in an edition of the Trans-Port Congress 2024

Publicada: Tuesday 16 de April del 2024

From December 3 to 6, and parallel to Exponaval, in Valparaíso, the tenth International Maritime, Port and Logistics Congress of Foreign Trade for Latin America will be held.

Consolidated as a benchmark for reflection, discussion and a meeting point for all actors in the maritime, port and logistics industry, the Trans-Port Congress is preparing for a new edition.
The event will be held during the Exponaval fair, which will take place from December 3 to 6 at the Valparaiso Passenger Terminal, and will be entitled “Maritime Transformation: the industry’s challenge in view of the Maritime Single Window 2024 and Green Voyages 2050”.
Among the milestones to be highlighted is a Keynote Speech by Bo Cerup-Simonsen, Chief Executive Officer, Mærsk Mc-Kinney Møller Center for Zero Carbon.
Other aspects will also be addressed, such as.
Maritime Decarbonization with an eye on GreenVoyage2050
He will explain the important project that aims to ensure that no country is left behind in maritime decarbonization that will continue its work until 2030, and has a deadline of ensuring zero emissions by 2050.
Port Security: Solutions avoiding socio-economic and political repercussions
Port facilities are critical infrastructure. But they can be difficult to protect, due to their exceptional size and complexity and also the volume of goods transiting through them. Ports need protection to prevent supply chains and trade flows from being disrupted, which could be detrimental to the global economy.