Constanta, Romania (PortSEurope) July 11, 2019 – The Eighth edition of the Black Sea Ports & Shipping event opened, July 10, 2019, in the presence of the mayor of Constanta, Decebal Fagadau, of the Director of the National Company of Maritime Ports SA Constanta, Daniela Serban, of Transport Business Director Rory James Doyle, and many delegates and exhibitors.
This year’s eighth edition is hosted by CN Maritime Ports SA Constanta, the event being the most important of its kind in the Black Sea region. The presence in Constanta of Black Sea Ports & Shipping is motivated by the importance of the Romanian port in the Black Sea region, by the close relations that Port Constanta has with the other ports in the area, by the potential for business development.
The theme of Black Sea Ports & Shipping is to address topical issues and challenges in the field of transport and logistics worldwide.
On the first day of the conference, attendees discussed the impact of Brexit on Constanta Port, the positioning of Constanta Port as the maritime gateway between Asia and Europe, new trends in the establishment of transport routes in the Black Sea, the role of maritime transport in the development of trade on the TRACECA corridor, etc.
The event represents an opportunity for port operators in Constanta Port to present their services, the solutions they propose for business development, to be able to have business meetings with representatives of companies with global experience.
This year’s edition of Black Sea Ports & Shipping brings together 30 international transport leaders, over 300 port specialists, representatives of the authorities, importers, exporters, shipping lines, freight forwarders, logistics companies, ports, operating companies terminals, railway operators, companies specialized in port equipment and service providers from countries across the Black Sea region.
The countries represented at this marquee event are: Kazakhstan, Turkey, Georgia, Poland, Greece, Great Britain, Serbia, Hungary, Bulgaria, Moldova, Ukraine, Netherlands, Malaysia, Germany, Italy, Azerbaijan and Belgium.
They are joined by Romanian companies in the field of transport and logistics, as well as European partners of Constanta Port.
The event also includes an exhibition of participants, exhibitors representing different fields of activity related to shipping.
Source: Constanta Port
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