Event Date/Time: Mar 04, 2013 / 9:00 am - (GMT) End Date/Time: Mar 05, 2013 / 6:00 pm - (GMT)
Early Registration Date: Dec 04, 2012 Time: 18:00:00(GMT)
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The annual event addresses the industry's most pressing issues: the absence of deep water container transshipment terminals; inadequate berthing capacity; the lack of an integrated land distribution system - particularly for transit traffic; the lack of essential supporting infrastructure - such as rail systems; congested road networks, bureaucratic bottlenecks; as well as high maritime and freight charges.

The 2013 Summit will gather the region's experts and authorities to exchange and advance views and ideas in defining the future of African ports and terminals.  An integral part of the two-day Conference is the Exhibition showcasing the latest technologies, services and best practices from international shipping lines, ports and container terminal equipment and technology & service suppliers.

Issues Not to be Missed:

  • Trends in African ports sector - providing sustainability and growth
  • Investment opportunities in Ghana, Nigeria, Angola, Liberia, South Africa, Kenya, Tanzania, Morocco, Sierra Leone, Benin and Namibia
  • Building logistics and consolidation hubs for agricultural, mining and energy sectors
  • Customs clearance and procedures across regions
  • Developing efficient transshipment hubs
  • Dedicated sessions focusing on oil tankers and containers
  • Developing, improving and protecting port facilities
  • Securing financing for marine infrastructure
  • Managing congestion and increasing operational efficiency
  • Understanding security, surveillance and communication across the logistics chain
  • Assessing intermodal options
  • Petrochemical logistics
  • Planning port expansion
  • Offshore based services: storage, handling hazardous materials, deepwater operations, oil tankers movements, HSE and emergency response procedures, etc.
  • Case studies


Post Office Box C 1054

Additional Information

What's New for 2013?

  • Exhibition extended to provide space for more companies to showcase their project highlights, products innovation and service competences
  • Dedicated sessions focusing on oil tankers and containers
  • Customs explained!
  • New country specific focus on Nigeria, Sierra Leone, Namibia, Tanzania & Morocco
  • More Networking, Cocktail Reception & business meet