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Second Edition Of The Master In Logistics And Port Management Begins In Buenos Aires

Second edition of the Master in Logistics and Port Management begins in Buenos Aires

Second Edition Of The Master In Logistics And Port Management Begins In Buenos AiresSource: Valenciaport

News – The second edition of the Master in Logistics and Port Management begins in Buenos Aires – June 25, 2019

Yesterday the second edition of the “Master in Logistics and Port Management”, managed by the Valenciaport Foundation and endorsed by the Polytechnic University of Valencia (UPV), started in Buenos Aires (Argentina); an innovative program that, under the auspices and leadership of the Port of Buenos Aires, and the collaboration of the Inter-American Ports Commission (CIP-OAS), is presented as a first level academic proposal.

A total of 14 students from different ports and operating companies from the ports of Argentina, Uruguay and Ecuador, make up the group of participants that, during 9 months, will be trained in the different subjects included in the program, culminating with the presentation of the projects End of Master. Classes will be developed in a mixed format, being 66% online and 34% in person, totalling six weeks of face-to-face training, dictated in Buenos Aires, and one in Valencia, which will take place in the last quarter of the year.

The opening ceremony was chaired by Dr. Matías Peri Brusa, Coordinating Manager of Administrative and Legal Management of the Port of Buenos Aires; the general director of the Port Authority of Valencia (APV), Francesc Sánchez, and the director of Training of the Valenciaport Foundation, Ana Rumbeu. 

The extraordinary conference given by Francesc Sánchez under the title: “Current challenges in port planning: the Valencia case, the first port in the Mediterranean”, served as the starting signal for the 24 teaching hours that will be given this week on: port planning, by Francesc Sánchez, management of Human Resources, by Ana Rumbeu and logistics and intermodality, by Miguel Garín, Director of International Development of the Valenciaport Foundation.

Source: Fundación Valenciaport

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