It has been estimated that Gulf countries are allocating US$36 billion to develop their port infrastructure to handle bigger capacity.DOHA, QATAR, June 3, 2015 /EINPresswire.com/ -- The Port Development Week conference, taking place from 6 - 9 September 2015 in Doha, Qatar, will discuss the advancement in building, developing and operating world-class sea-trade hubs in the Middle East. It will bring together leading stakeholders involved in major port projects in the Middle East.
The conference will gather regional decision makers responsible for port security, operations, asset management, projects, to meet with marine contractors, material suppliers and solution providers in order to accommodate the next generation of mega-vessels, to meet economic demand and improve efficiency.
Hear from our outstanding advisory board & speaker panel including:
• Dr. Mohamed Briouig, Director Corporate Affairs, Qatar Ports Management Company - Mwani, Qatar
• Eng. Mohammad A. Al Dardasawi, Chief Officer Ports Development & Construction, Aqaba Development Corporation, Jordan
• Waleed Al Tamimi, VP Asset Management, Abu Dhabi Ports, UAE
• Captain Shuaib Al Ali, Deputy Chief of Marine Operations, Kuwait Port Authority, Kuwait
• Mark Rogers, Global Director of Security, Global Operations, DP World, UAE
• Mahdi Al Lawatia, Manager Asset Development, SOHAR Port, Oman
• Hamid Al Kathiri, Deputy General Manager Projects, Salalah Port, Oman
• Harry Harper, Port Security Advisor, Abu Dhabi Ports, UAE
• Khalid Al Alawi, Asset Management Head, SOHAR Port, Oman
• Shaun Shahrestani, Chief Harbor Engineer, Port of Los Angeles, USA
The Port Development Week conference will take place from 6 - 9 September 2015 in Doha, Qatar, and will feature a mix of keynote sessions, case studies, technical presentations and high level networking sessions. Sponsors include STFA and Lysys.
Find the full agenda, speaker list and registration form at http://bit.ly/PDWNEWS or call +971 4 364 2975 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
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