Who Should Attend

05 Sep 2017
GreenPort delegates

The GreenPort Congress brings together the whole port community and is a platform for the exchange of information on the latest in sustainable environmental practices.

It helps maritime ports and terminals to reduce their carbon footprint while becoming more sensitive to the environmental consideration that are vital to their future success.

Anyone involved in environmental aspects of maritime ports and terminals should attend, including:

  • Environmental managers and planners
  • Harbour masters
  • Logistics managers
  • Energy managers
  • Sustainability and corporate social responsibility executives from ports
  • Terminal operators
  • Shipping lines
  • Shippers
  • Logistics companies
  • Equipment suppliers and manufactures

Our 11th GreenPort Congress Conference in Europe in 2016 attracted more than 180 attendees, including 98 port authorities, terminal operators and shipping lines representing 30 countries and this year’s programme has speakers from as far afield as Australia.

Delegates attending will learn how shippers, terminal operators and port authorities can align their methods and responsibilities on carbon footprinting to reduce CO2 emissions and avoid duplication thus saving time and money.

Our GreenPort events are supported by leading industry organisations who promote the event to members and the sector as a whole. In return their members are entitled to a discount to attend so contact us for details of the special rates available.

The 2018 Conference will start with a Welcome Reception on16th May followed by 2 days of presentations with the Conference Dinner on 17th May and on the final day a Port Tour. All of which are included in the delegate package.

For more details please contact:

For Americas - Lucy Clifford - Head of Sales – Americas – Tel 001 (410) 212 8723- email clifford@mercatormedia.com

For Europe and the rest of the World- Events team on +44 1329 825335 or email congress@greenport.com.

Follow the event on Twitter @GPCongress.