Discussion on Maritime and Logistics Strategy at Asia Ports 2014

By | 24/10/2014

A Visit to Asia Ports 2014 Conference

— Indonesian Ports Have Growing Growth Potential

 

From Oct. 7 through 10, Ports Conference, which was hosted by IBC Asia, was held in Jakarta, Indonesia. As a melting pot for infrastructure projects, Indonesia now sees huge opportunities for port business created with the new local government’s speedy expansion of investment. Especially, this year’s conference was a highly valued event that provided special opportunities as follows.
 
- Indonesia Government updates on new projects
- 15+ regional projects and 20+ case studies
- Round tables on Strategy and Operations
- Co-located with Asia Transport Infrastructure
- Range of partnership and business opportunities for investors, technology and equipment vendors and port operators
 
 
The most impressive presentation delivered in the several sessions of the conference came with the title of “Trend and Future Requirements for Indonesian Ports”, which was given by Truong Bui, Project Manager from Roland Berger. Through a forecast in his presentation, Mr. Bui suggested that while Singapore would continue to play the role of a major hub, some other route could emerge to replace it in the long term. This would be due to the accelerating economic growth in Southeast Asian. Especially Indonesia, boasting its geographical advantage of being positioned between China and India and facing an increasing trade volume in the ASEAN region, was predicted to register great growth potential.
CyberLogitec attended Asia Ports Conference 2014

CyberLogitec attended Asia Ports Conference 2014

 

Meanwhile, tapped by the Indonesia Port Corporations or PT Pelabuhan Indonesia (Pelindo II) as ‘Standard Terminal Operating System Provider’, CyberLogitec joined the conference as a main sponsorship company with a view to promoting OPUS Terminal and Eage Eye. The venue was attended by major port-related dignitaries including officials from the Indonesian government and Pelindo, and representatives from Manila in the Philippines, Sri Lanka, and Malaysia. CyberLogitec, Konecranes, and Gaussin joined it as main sponsors, while companies such as TSB, Navis, Roland Berger, and HPC Port Consulting were present as delegates.

 

CyberLogitec as a Main Sponsorship Company at Asia Ports Conference 2014

Organizer and Sponsors of Asia Ports Conference 2014

 
Posted by In-Chon Park, a Business Analyst who has investigated container terminal market for several years and conducted TOS projects recently.
 
 
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