Port Technology International is very proud to announce the launch spsc.events, its new website dedicated to the Smart Ports and Supply Chain Technologies (#SPSC18) conference taking place in Rotterdam on October 2-3rd.
The conference will take on a broad and dynamic scope, that of connecting the supply chain. To do so, it will explore some of the biggest and most important issues currently facing the industry.
Among much else, these will include the effect of new technologies, such as blockchain, the internet of things (IoT) and augmented reality. It will also explore ways to standardise data sharing among supply chain partners and the benefits this can bring.
Read more about the supply chain with a Port Technology technical paper
Nine sessions spread out over two days will see industry leaders from tech, maritime, financial and logistic companies give fresh insight in the shape of presentations and panel discussions, all tackling a different theme.
Each link in the supply chain will be represented, with all the leading experts sharing their thoughts and ideas on how to improve global trade during a time of extreme uncertainty.
The new SPSC18 website aims to give you an overview of what to expect. In doing so, it will leave you in no doubt as to how important it is to take part in the discussions that will define the industry for the immediate and foreseeable future.
Learn more about the factors affecting the supply chain by reading an ebook that SPSC18 speakers have contributed to
Browse the website and take an in-depth look at the experts that will be speaking, access the agenda, and see precisely which sessions are relevant to you.
You can see our ‘#SPSC18 Countdown’ series here, which examines each session and the background to all the topics up for discussion.
PTI has followed from the successful CTAC conference by announcing the Smart Ports & Supply Chain Conference to take place on October 2 & 3
If you've already bought your ticket for SPSC18, here's a summary of what you can expect from the first session