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250 intro ibj"COVID-19: A DRY BULK LEADERS PERSPECTIVE"
FOCUS ON PORTS AND TERMINALS
WEDNESDAY 28TH OCTOBER AT 7.00hrs NEW YORK
(11.00hrs LONDON; 12.00hrs PARIS; 15.00hrs DUBAI; 19.00hrs HONG KONG)

The second webinar in the IBJ Webinar series will take place on 28th October and will focus on dry bulk ports and terminals.

Dry bulk ship loading and unloading operations worldwide have been hugely impacted by the pandemic. Some ports and terminals have experienced a slump in throughput for individual dry bulk commodities, others have had their busiest year ever, whilst some have seen a downturn and are now experiencing a recovery.

Once again, IBJ has assembled an influential panel of industry leaders to discuss the major challenges they are currently facing, the lessons that have been learned and possible future trends for bulk ports and terminals.

A wide range of topics will be covered during the 90 minute webinar including opportunities for registered online viewers to raise their own questions to selected panellists.

The Speakers:

    Rodney Corrigan, President, Logistec Stevedoring Inc. Canada
    Stuart Cullen, Executive Chairman, Solent Stevedores, United Kingdom
    Astrid Vliebergh, Director of Commercial Affairs, North Sea Port, Belgium/Netherlands
    Axel Mattern, Chief Executive Officer, Marketing, Port of Hamburg, Germany
    Wim Dillen, Director - International Development, Port of Antwerp, Belgium
    Roger Clasquin, Chief Commercial Officer, Ras Al Khaimah Ports, United Arab Emirates

The Webinar will focus on:

    The pandemic's impact on dry bulk volumes and terminal throughputs
    How are ports ensuring safety and security of terminal workers and ships crews?
    The use of new technology to boost efficiency and support remote working
    How are dry bulk ports and terminals adapting to changing global trade patterns and supply chains?
    How will the pandemic affect current and planned infrastructure projects?
    How has the crisis impacted the move to environmentally friendly technology?
    Adjusting terminal operations to meet the new normal in 2021
    What type of recovery can we expect whilst Covid-19 restrictions are in place?

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