Philippines Port Development Summit
Organization: IBC Asia (S) Pte Ltd
|Event Date/Time: Aug 13, 2013 / 9:00 am - (GMT +8:00 hours)||End Date/Time: Aug 16, 2013 / 5:00 pm - (GMT +8:00 hours)|
The Philippines Port Sector presents substantial commercial opportunities to across all its stakeholders. Over 400 billion pesos (US$9.6 billion) has been set by the government in 2013 for infrastructure upgrade targeting at ports, roads and rails. The port sector is poised for stronger growth in the coming years.
The Inaugural Philippines Port Development Summit will confront challenges faced by the sector, outline initiatives to counter them and the commercial opportunities being created.
Programme At A Glance
- Outlook and Potential of Philippines’s Port Industry
- Government’s Masterplan and Initiatives on Improving Ports and Logistics Infrastructure in Philippines
- Philippines Port Stakeholders’ Dialogue: Potential, Opportunities and Evolving Challenges
- Port Project Updates and Case Studies from Top Port Operators – ICTSI, Asian Terminals, Manila North Harbor Port and more!
- Project Financing Round Table: Models Shaping the Ports Infrastructure Sector
- Port User’s Perspectives on Challenges, Solutions and Wish-List
- Logistics Growth Opportunities in Philippines
- Driving Ports Efficiencies and overcoming ports congestion
- Improving Port Accessibility and Connectivity
- Understanding and Optimizing Capacity Planning Decisions through collaboration with users.
ATI Plans P4.2-B Port Investments Asian Terminals Inc. (ATI) is planning to invest P4.2 billion over the next three years to pursue various expansion plans of its existing port operations in the country on back of brighter economic prospects. , 2 February 2013
Privatization of three ports eyed THE GOVERNMENT is eyeing to privatize three provincial ports, with feasibility studies expected to be commissioned in the fourth quarter, an official of the Philippine Ports Authority (PPA) yesterday said. , 30 January 2013