Traditional support for the comprehensive 3 day programme has now expanded to include leading national maritime institutions, including commitments from:
The Russian ports and shipping market continues attract new private investment. Cargo handling across all sectors grew by 9% in 2013, a record volume of 589 million tonnes. Private investments in the Russian port sector totalled 900 million USD in 2012, and are planned to reach a 5 year total of 7.6 billion USD in 2015.
As TRANSTEC 2014 open its doors to the International maritime community, the Russian Association of Sea Ports (ASOP) President Mr O. A. Terekov highlights the Event’s international B2B significance with the following message:
“You will make direct personal contacts to combine our joint efforts and to display the most modern systems, technologies and equipment to meet the future demands for efficient and safe transportation. There are important opportunities to be explored and I look forward to receiving your kind response to our invitation”, said Mr Terekov.
Key topics of the ROSMORPORT FSUE “Strategy for Development of Marine Ports of Russia to 2030” will also richly support the Port Programme, focusing on:
The Shipping Programme at TRANSTEC 2014 also promises to provide an excellent platform for debate supported by the following topics: