Baltic Sea Region Forum at Intermodal Europe 2013
Publication date: 2013-09-16
Baltic Transport Journal invites you to free-to-attend morning sessions at Intermodal Europe dedicated to the Baltic Sea Region.
Our team is organizing the Baltic Sea Region Forum (10th October 2013, Hamburg Messe, 10:30-12:15) which will host two discussion sessions with a short coffee break:
- Discussion panel, part 1: Future shortsea/feeder patterns on the Baltic Sea (10:30-11:15)
- How can ocean alliances influence the Baltic feeder/shortsea networks?
- Will ocean carriers further expand with own feeders & more direct services?
- How local players can respond to ths expansion, e.g. by feeder/shortsea alliances?
- What loops (long or short) will dominate/what Baltic-handy vessels can we expect from 2015?
- How much can shortsea traffic move to containers from today’s trailers and ro-ro?
- Discussion panel, part 2: A quest for the Baltic Sea hub (11:30-12:15)
- Which Baltic ports/terminals have potential for transhipment functions?
- How are the ports in South Europe preparing to hubbing SECA zone?
- Will Hamburg-Antwerp range keep their hub supremacy for the region?
- How should rail intermodal services change from 2015?
Moderator: Piotr Trusiewicz, Publishing Director, Baltic Transport Journal
- Ronny Winter, Managing Director, TLC/Sea Commercial Port of Ust-Luga, Russia
- Boris Timm, Head of Commercial Planning, Seago Line, Denmark
- Meelis Pihel, Marketing & Sales Director, TK Muuga Container Terminal, Estonia
- Nicolai Krøyer, Chief Commercial Officer, Port of Aarhus, Denmark
- Dominik Landa, Chief Commercial Officer, DCT Gdańsk, Poland
- Gerardo Landaluce, Development & Commercial Director, Port of Algeciras, Spain
- Logistics/Forwarding: to get overview of all shipping & rail options serving the region
- Shipping: to view verified competitors networks, find optimal routing options & niches
- Ports/Terminals: to evaluate true market position, find business partners/investors
- Rail Operators: to check competitors offer, better plan schedules with shipping lines
- Product/Service Providers: to learn about most active market players and investments
REGISTER FOR FREE AT www.intermodal-events.com using registration code: BTJ1
Everyone who comes to the sessions will get a FREE COPY of Baltic Container Yearbook 2013
Be welcome also at BTJ’s booth at Intermodal Europe 2013, stand C52