Event Date/Time: Aug 16, 2011 End Date/Time: Aug 17, 2011
Early Registration Date: May 27, 2011
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Date of event:
• Main conference: 16 & 17 August, 2011
• Workshop+site tour: 15 August 2011

Venue of event: Renaissance Shanghai Pudong Hotel, Shanghai, China

Price: USD 2399
Early Bird Offer: 27 May (save up to USD 300)

URL: www.portplanningchina.com/Event.aspx?id=492622&MAC=ACC


The Need for Port Planning & Design China

According to the 12th 5-year plan from China government, there are numerous new plans of building or expanding specialised and large-scale berths.

Furthermore, during the global economic downturn, Chinese government released a massive $US600 billion stimulus package which resulted in the growth of domestic trade which in term increases usage of river ports.

Ports will continue to play a crucial role in the development Chinese economic growth for the next 5 years. The challenge of planning and design of ports are the key talking points for China port leaders.

What will be discussed at Ports Planning & Design China?

• Port requirements for attracting trade – equipment, depth, design etc
• Key considerations necessary for port expansions
• Understanding what will affect the long term durability and viability of a new/expanded facility
• Port planning techniques
• Stakeholder / project management skills required specific to maritime / port developments
• Port design methodologies
• Port optimisation and functionality
• Optimizing the transportation system connected to the ports
• Waterway design

Five Key Benefits of Attending Port Planning & Design China 2011:

• Provide an update on Chinese port projects: Future plans
• Outline the viability of Chinese port projects
• Discuss challenges regarding the connected transportation systems from key engineering and technology providers
• Develop pre-feasibility and feasibility studies in order to provide master plan for port projects
• Understand the newly released Chinese Inner Waterway Construction Plan

Who will You Meet at Port Planning & Design China 2011?

This conference will provide a unique opportunity to meet and hear from senior Chinese and international executives spanning government policy-makers as well as infrastructure and transport authorities, executives including:
• Ministries
• Port Authorities
• Port Companies
• Regulatory Agencies
• Contractors/ EPCs/ AECs
• Consultants
• Designers
• Suppliers

For registration and further information:
1. Visit us at www.portplanningchina.com/Event.aspx?id=492622&MAC=ACC
2. Email us at enquiry@iqpc.com.sg with your full contact details
3. Call us at +65 6722 9388


100 Chang Liu Road,Pudong New Area · Shanghai, 200134 China