October 08, 2024

Norfolk, VA - United States

VMA 24 - International Trade Symposium

Registration Opens April 2.

Shipper/BCO Discounted Rate $200


Change is coming and is already here - it’s the new normal. Change is now constant when it comes to the global shipping market, with uncertainty in trade lanes, environmental policies and regulations, and geopolitical relationships. The need for supply chain flexibility and preparedness has never been higher for companies that wish to survive and thrive. Resilient supply chains will be those that are prepared for any challenge and agile enough to quickly adapt to whatever disruptions may occur. Join us as we seek to get ahead of, and in command of, the New Normal.

Celebrating its 21st year, the VMA's International Trade Symposium has become well-known as a boutique, attendee-curated event tailored to connecting, discussing ideas, and benefiting from shared experiences.

As the East Coast’s premier conference for shipping, ports, logistics, and trade, hear industry leaders discuss national-level content in an accessible, intimate location, sharing meaningful insights and engaging in authentic discussions.

Have a quiet conversation with a client or catch up with a colleague; make new connections during lively social events; enjoy fine dining at the 104th Annual Maritime Banquet; or simply enjoy the southern hospitality that Norfolk, Virginia, offers in the heart of the fastest growing port in the nation. Shippers/BCOs can take advantage of a heavily discounted ticket. Save the date, registration opens on April 2.


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