Momentum is building towards this year’s Container Terminal Automation Conference (CTAC19) which sees Port Technology take a firm focus on how terminals can make automation work and ‘Deliver Performance’.
Several of the container terminal sector’s leading authorities and port executives are set to head to CTAC in London on 6-8 May, 2019.
Port Technology's Managing Editor Richard Joy previews what to expect at CTAC19
Industry leaders speaking at this year’s CTAC event include Virginia International Terminals’ Senior Vice President for Technology and Projects, Rich Ceci, as well as TBA Group Commercial Director, Dr Yvo Saanen.
They will be joined by INFORM's Senior Vice President, Dr Eva Savelsberg, Kalmar Director, Software and Automation, Timo Lehto, and a long list of other industry luminaries, including ex-WEF Head of Ports, Wolfgang Lehmacher.
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An impressive agenda has been finalized for CTAC19, the fourth running of the event, which has built a reputation for putting the right people in the room.
At CTAC 2019, PTI aims to ask the right questions, facing the important issues over how to get container automation right and to ensure investment pays off.
The event will allow vital interaction between delegates and speakers, as CTAC promises to spark discussion between leading experts and advocates in container terminal automation, as well as its doubters.
This year’s CTAC event kicks off with a welcome reception on Monday, May 6 and also features an exclusive networking evening on top of London’s famous ‘Gherkin’ building on the evening of Tuesday, May 7.