Bulk Ports, Terminals & Logistics 2011

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The Crowne Plaza, Antwerp, 15th-17th May 2011


What will the dry bulk outlook be for 2011/2012? Will the market recover as signs of demands for raw commodities from key regions continue to escalate?

What are the implications for the world's dry bulk ports and terminals and how can bulk facilities position themselves to cope with evolving trade flows?

Find out the answers to some of these questions at the Bulk Ports, Terminals and Logistics 2011 event in Antwerp.

Discuss, debate and join other executives in the industry tackle timely issues affecting the bulk ports sector.

Topics Include

- Major and minor commodity trade flows analysis

- Dry bulk shipping trends and impacts

- Key Bulk port and terminal management issues

- Ship Terminal interface developments and safety

- Bulk terminal design

With a high profile conference covering a diverse range of critical issues facing ports and terminal operators, the programme is well researched to ensure it remains topical and informative.


On or before Monday 31st January 2011 - GBP £625.00 per delegate

Thereafter GBP £650.00 per delegate

Network & Connect with your colleagues and peers - Meet Key Decision Makers Gain Valuable Insight

Click here to register

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Andrew Hucker-Brown

Dry Cargo International,

Clover House , 24 Drury Road, Colchester, Essex CO2 7UX, United Kingdom

Telephone: +44 (1206) 562 560

Fax: +44 (1206) 562 566

email: info@dc-int.com



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