With billions of dollars invested in Egypt’s maritime sector, Egypt’s key maritime decision makers will be gathering to discuss Egypt’s maritime future.We’re witnessing an exciting and rapidly developing time for the ports and maritime sector in Egypt.— Rory Keith, Conference Director, IQPCCAIRO, EGYPT, May 17, 2015 /EINPresswire.com/ -- Egypt’s key port authorities are set to come together at the Egypt Ports and Waterways Summit from 9 – 11 June 2015 in Cairo, Egypt, in order to discuss the developments and find solutions to the challenges of Egypt’s maritime future.
With key stakeholders already confirmed from the Egypt’s port authorities including Suez Canal Authority, Alexandria Port Authority, Damietta Port Authority, General Authority for Dry Ports and Land Ports, River Transport Authority, Suez Canal Container Terminal and many more, this summit seeks to achieve progress and promote discussion amongst those involved in Egypt’s maritime sector.
With the expansion and development of Egypt’s port facilities, construction of inland and hinterland logistics facilities and development of new industrial, residential and agricultural zones, trade infrastructure in Egypt is changing fast. Collectively, these projects comprise billions of dollars worth of investment and amount to some of the largest construction and dredging projects undertaken in modern times. With tight schedules to meet and with so much at stake, the need to understand the work has never been higher.
Hosted by global events company IQPC and chaired by Vice Admiral Mohab Mamish, Chairman, Suez Canal Authority, the event’s speakers will include Rear Admiral Abdelkader Darwish, Chairman, Alexandria Port Authority; Vice Admiral Hossam Eldin Yousef, Vice Chairman for Operations, Damietta Port Authority; Gamal Hegazy, Chairman, General Authority For Dry Ports and Land Ports; Eng. Samir Salama, Acting Chairman, River Transport Authority; Klaus Holm Laursen, Managing Director, Suez Canal Container Terminal as well as a roster of international experts and senior governmental advisors.
“The next few years will be pivotal for Egypt’s port project developments, and this will be the place to find out how your business can thrive.” – Rory Keith, Conference Director, IQPC.
Sponsors include NMDC, IHC Merwede, MTU Middle East, Decision Sciences International Corporation, DEME Group, IBEX Solutions, GLDD, Sennebogen, Genscape Vesseltracker, Liebherr and Egypt Ports Management Company.
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