NOT SURE WHAT TO EXPECT FROM GREENPORT CONGRESS OCEANIA?
The inaugural GreenPort Congress Oceania will be hosted by the Port of Newcastle, Australia from 15-17 February 2023. As the first host port of GreenPort Congress Oceania Port of Newcastle is committed to driving the principles of sustainability throughout its operations, internal culture and the way it engages with customers and communities, diversifying its trade into areas such as hydrogen. It is the first port in Australia and New Zealand to become a member of the International EcoPorts network and have been working across the Pacific region to advocate for the benefits of the EcoPorts initiative.
Greenport Congress Oceania will bring together port authorities, terminal operators, shipping lines and logistics operators from around the world to learn about the latest in sustainable development and environmental practices from within the Oceanic region and beyond.
Below are a range of testimonials from delegates, speakers and sponsors from our European edition, as well as helpful attendance information split by sector and location.
ANYONE INVOLVED IN ENVIRONMENTAL ASPECTS OF MARITIME PORTS AND TERMINALS SHOULD ATTEND, IN PARTICULAR:
- Environmental managers and planners
- Harbour masters
- Logistics managers
- Energy managers
- Sustainability and corporate social responsibility executives from ports
- Terminal operators
- Shipping lines
- Logistics companies
WHERE DO OUR EUROPEAN DELEGATES COME FROM?
Running the conference for the first time to a hybrid audience in 2021 we welcomed attendees from 26 counties in Europe, North America, Asia and Oceania. Conference attendees included port authorities, as well as terminal operators, shipping lines, logistics operators and key cruise and commercial operators.
WHO ARE OUR DELEGATES?
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