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Valenciaport Participates In The Webinar “Challenges And Opportunities For Ports In The Mediterranean”

Valenciaport participates in the webinar “Challenges and opportunities for ports in the Mediterranean”

Source: Valenciaport
This virtual event, which can be followed online, is organized by Transport Events and Valenciaport – October 14, 2020 European experts will discuss the strategies implemented by maritime transport in a challenging environment for the world economy, and specifically for the Mediterranean area Valenciaport continues with its promotional work to value the strategic capacity of the ports of València, Sagunto and Gandía as a reference hub
in the Mediterranean. On October 22, Valenciaport participates in the digital meeting “Challenges and opportunities for ports and shipping in the Mediterranean” organized by Transport Events in collaboration with Valenciaport. The meeting will address the strategies implemented by commercial ports in a challenging environment for the economy and maritime transport in the Mediterranean, characterized by the uncertainty generated by Covid-19 and the new logistical challenges that the port community faces. To do this, attending will be shipowners, shippers and representatives of the main Mediterranean ports who will offer a view on port activity and the strategic position of Valenciaport. The webinar can be followed for free by registering on the organization’s website. The digital meeting will be attended by Mar Chao, Valenciaport Commercial and Business Development Director; Otto Zsivkovits, Regional Director South East Europe and Director Sales CEE; Nuria Lacaci, Secretary General of the Spanish Association of Freight Carriers and Users; Francesco de Candia, Iberian Commercial Manager Grimaldi Group in Spain; Philippe Guillaumet, Secretary General of MEDPorts; and Cedomir Bojanic, president Slovenian Association of Ports Logistics Providers. The event brings together experts in logistics, trade and technology to analyze the main trends and challenges facing the maritime transport sector. In addition, it allows interaction with operators, ports, terminals, technology providers and other representatives of the port community in an interactive environment to improve the competitiveness and productivity of the sector and address the new needs arising from an exceptional situation such as the current one, where has focused on the importance of logistics and commercial activity worldwide. In this sense, Valenciaport has played a strategic role in the supply of products during the coronavirus pandemic. Covid-19 does not stop promotional activity Valenciaport has increased in recent years the use and implementation of technology for holding forums and congresses, and maintaining direct contact with other institutions, ports and interest groups. Despite the situation generated by the pandemic, the Port Authority of Valencia (APV) continues with its promotional activity in the main world events of the logistics, port and tourism sector to present the news and services of the ports of València, Sagunto and Gandía. APV has adapted its promotional and marketing tools to the virtual contests that have emerged to adapt to Covid-19, establishing the platforms to continue direct service through online media with customers and prescribers. Source: Autoridad Portuaria de València (APV – Valenciaport, Port Authority of Valencia)

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