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GreenTech for Ports and Terminals Conference 2023 will provide an opportunity for the ports community to shape their strategies, projects and investments into new technologies and sustainable port development.

The term sustainability is far reaching and leads to conversations about people, health, safety, security and community impact. However, our conference will focus almost entirely on decarbonisation and environmental harm, and helping ports and terminals to build a business case for investing in new sustainable technologies and practices.
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CTAC 2023 will offer a platform for the industry’s leading stakeholders to discuss the technology and strategy which will allow us to optimise container terminal operations, remain resilient and find opportunity and success during the challenging years that lay ahead. Our speakers will discuss the current challenges and opportunities for container terminals during panel discussions, showcase the most innovative technology with project case studies and industry leaders will offer keynote addresses offering their own outlook. From electrified container handling equipment to the application of AI and machine learning, CTAC will cover the technologies helping to create more efficient and resilient container terminals.

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