May 16, 2018

Baltimore, MD - USA

GreenPort Congress America 2018

Now in its 12th year, the GreenPort Congress and Cruise Conference provides Senior Executives with a meeting place to discuss and share the latest in sustainable development and environmental practice within sea ports, terminals and their associated logistics supply chain. It aims to highlight innovations in equipment and technology to allow port users to adhere to policy, while illustrating practical solutions through case studies. It is a must-attend event for environmental managers and planners, harbor masters, logistics managers, energy managers, sustainability and corporate social responsibility executives from ports, terminal operators, shipping lines, shippers and logistics companies.

In 2016, GreenPort Congress in Venice Italy attracted more than 200 delegates, including 98 port authorities, terminal operators and shipping lines representing 30 countries. The highest proportion of delegates were port authorities, terminal operators and ship owners (60%). 72% were directly involved with environmental issues at ports and terminals and either influence or make decisions relating to implementation of measures.

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