CONNECTING ports, ships and communities to improve efficiencies as well as enhance safety and security for the benefit of the economy and the residents of Durban, will be the focal point of discussion during the 2nd Annual Maritime Summit.
EThekwini Municipality in partnership with the EThekwini Maritime Cluster (EMC) will host the event from 29 to 31 March. The summit will take place at the Maritime School of Excellence (MSOE- Old Airport Site). Role players from maritime shipping and transport industry, ocean resource companies, shipping houses, insurance companies, financers of port developments, infrastructure and logistics companies, government, port authorities, executives and operational managers, lawyers, capacity building institutions, international maritime organisations will all benefit from the interactions and brainstorming sessions during the summit.
The programme includes two-days of presentations and discussions under four broad topics of innovation, skills and training, enterprise development and marine manufacturing with the morning of the third-day dedicated to port and City tours.
This year’s summit will also include a maritime industry exhibition and presentations on maritime careers. For more information contact: Lesley van Duffelen: 031 301 0950 or email: email@example.com