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Vietnam Ports Log - MEDIA

Vietnam Ports Log - MEDIA

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Organised by:Media Partners:
www.vietnamportslogistics.com
REGISTER NOW! Customer Service Hotline: (65) 6508 2401
Co Hosted by:Endorsed by:Supported by:
1.
Participate in a dialogue with the Government and make yourself heard
Join top government leaders as they measure progress of key projects and share futurepriorities in development
2.
Engage with major liners and port operators in Vietnam
Hear about the partnerships and collaboration needed to bring about effective growth incontainer ports
3.
More international speakers with new perspectives
Learn world class best practices on port management and how they can be applied to Vietnam
4.
Get an in-depth look at the cargo through North, South and Central Vietnam
Gain access to information rarely available and discover new opportunities to grow yourbusiness
5.
Hear expectations of global shippers on carriers, ports and intermediaries
Listen to their key priorities and ensure that your customers’ needs are being taken care of 
 presents
13 – 15 October 2010
|
Sheraton Saigon, Ho Chi Minh City, SR Vietnam
Top ExecutivesConfirmed!
New and Exclusive Features for 2010!
Eddy. Bruyninckx
Chief Executive Officer 
Antwerp PortAuthority
 JesperPraestensgaard
Chief Executive Officer 
Maersk Line (AsiaPacific)
Susumu Naruse
Secretary General 
InternationalAssociation of Portsand Harbors
Gain Invaluable Insights from Key IndustryLeaders including:
Ministry of Transport, Vietnam
Vuong Dinh Lam
,
Chairman
,
VINAMARINE
Barry Akbar
,
Managing Director 
,
APL-NOL Vietnam Limited
Le Huy
,
General Director 
,
NYK Line (Vietnam) Ltd
Peter Smidt-Nielsen
,
Country Manager, Vietnam & Cambodia
,
Maersk Vietnam Ltd
Malcolm Gregory
,
Head of Commercial 
,
Cai Mep International Port
Pham Ngoc An
,
Supply Chain Manager 
,
FrieslandCampina Vietnam
Tran Khanh Hoang
,
Vice General Director 
,
Saigon Newport Corporation (SNP)
Capt. James Fong
,
Chief Operating Officer 
,
Global Maritime and Port ServicesPte Ltd
Dr Robert Yap
,
Chairman and CEO
,
YCH Group
13 October, 9.00am – 5.00pm
Practical Strategies toOptimize Port Operations,Planning and Logistics
Led by InternationalPort Terminal Expert:Thomas GondermannHamburg Port TrainingInstitute GmbH
Pre ConferenceMasterclass
 Vietnam ContainerPorts and Logistics
4th
 Vietnam ContainerPorts and Logistics
 
REGISTER TODAY!
Tel:
(65) 6508 2401
Fax back to:
(65) 6508 2407
Web:
www.vietnamportslogistics.com
12.40
Networking Lunch
1.45
Insights on the Fine Balance of Safety and Security withTrade and Commerce
Measuring the costs of delayed commerceExploring how the WCO security initiatives could improve customsoperations at the portInsights into the changing needs and expectations of seaport users
Allen Bruford
,
Deputy Director (Compliance & Facilitation)
,
World Customs Organization (WCO)*AN IN DEPTH LOOK AT THE CARGO THROUGH NORTH,SOUTH AND CENTRAL VIETNAM
2.20
Analyze the Development of Deepwater Ports in the North
Boom in commercial activities in northern Vietnam and the pressureon current facilitiesUpdates on upcoming projectsConstruction timelines till completion and what will shippers expect?
Maritime Project Management Unit No.2 (MPMU No.2)
3.00
Open Forum: Q&A followed by Afternoon Refreshments
3.30
Key Port Developments in Central Vietnam and theimportance to Surrounding Businesses
Updates on the growing trade and investments in Central VietnamOpportunities in developing port projects along the coastlineA look at managing legislation and bureaucracy across the differentstates
VINAMARINE
4.10
Managing the increasing competition in South Vietnam – IsThere Enough Cargo to Go Around?
Importance of managing the balance of port projects andinfrastructure developmentEvaluating the potential of future projects
Malcom Gregory
,
Head of Commercial 
,
Cai Mep InternationalPort
4.50
Open Forum: Q&A
5.00
Networking Cocktail 
 Join speakers and delegates in an informal cocktail reception and network in a more relaxed setting.
6.00
End of Day 1
14 October 2010
DAY 1
8.00
Registration and Coffee
9.00
Welcome from Organizers
9.05
Chairman’s Opening RemarksCHAIRMAN’S WELCOME REMARKS
9.10
Opening Ministerial Address
Vice Minister 
,
Ministry of Transport, Vietnam
9.20
Key Developments in Vietnam’s Port Network Vuong Dinh Lam
,
Chairman
,
VINAMARINEGROWTH IN THE GLOBAL CONTAINER TRADE AND ITSRELATION TO PORTS DEVELOPMENT
9.30
Keynote Address: Container Shipping: Beyond the Storm
Realistic expectations of the extent of recovery in liner shippingA look at the new and emerging trade routesExploring future commercial opportunities for the container trade
Jesper Praestensgaard
,
Chief Executive Officer 
,
Maersk Line(Asia Pacific)
10.00
Industry Address: Outlook for Asia’s Ports Development
Are ports in developing economies getting a slice of the pie?Impact of increasing competition on traffic and profitability
Susumu Naruse
,
Secretary General 
,
International Associationof Ports and Harbors
10.40
Open Forum: Q&A followed by Morning Refreshments
DRIVING EFFICIENCIES IN VIETNAM’S PORTS INDUSTRY
11.10
Identifying Ports with Potential and Options Available toShippers
Understanding how connectivity, services and support infrastructureplay a role in the utilization rateQuality vs Quantity - Exploring the fine balance in Vietnamese portsA look at the rising expectations of shipping lines
Barry Akbar
,
Managing Director 
,
APL-NOL Vietnam Limited
11.40
Panel Discussion: Partnerships and Collaboration to bringabout Effective Container Ports Development
Competitiveness of Vietnam among regional portsRole of shipping lines and operators in ports developmentMitigating key operational challenges in the management of financeand training skilled manpowerExamine current legal issues and the other government constraints
Moderator:
Capt. James Fong
,
Chief Operating Officer 
,
GlobalMaritime and Port Services Pte Ltd
Panelists:
Barry Akbar
,
Managing Director 
,
APL-NOL Vietnam LimitedMalcom Gregory
,
Head of Commercial 
,
Cai Mep InternationalPortLe Huy
,
General Director 
,
NYK Line (Vietnam) LtdTran Khanh Hoang
,
Vice General Director 
,
Saigon NewportCorporation (SNP)Peter Smidt-Nielsen
,
Country Manager, Vietnam & Cambodia
,
Maersk Vietnam LtdLe Cong Minh
,
Director General 
,
Saigon Port*
4th Vietnam Container Ports and Logistics
“Experts have pointed out that poor infrastructure has made logistics fees of Vietnamese businesses much higher than that of other countries. In the US, logisticsexpenses are equal to 9.5 percent of the GDP. The figure is 11 percent in Japan, 16 percent in South Korea, 21.6 percent in China, while it is very high in Vietnam,at 25 percent, or $17-18 billion per annum.” 
VietNamNet.vn
 
REGISTER TODAY!
Tel:
(65) 6508 2401
Fax back to:
(65) 6508 2407
Web:
www.vietnamportslogistics.com
1.30
A Realistic Assessment of the Intermodal Challenges andRequirements in VietnamJuergen Braunbach
,
Director 
,
Schenker Vietnam*
2.10
Strategies for Effective Supply Chain Management
Understand the hidden costs of overall logistics management inVietnamDevelopments needed to achieve an effective supply chaininfrastructure for ease of trade
Dr Robert Yap
,
Chairman and CEO
,
YCH Group
2.40
Open Forum: Q&A followed by Afternoon Refreshments
3.00
Roundtable Discussion: Developing an Efficient Supply ChainNetwork for Vietnam’s Manufacturers and Exporters
A look at the impact of economic slowdown, poor infrastructure,unstable fuel costs and security risk Examine the changing expectations and requirements at portsPotential to ride on a collaborative strategy with transport carriersHighlight the benchmark for logistics providers in terms of deliverytimelines and service
Panelists:
Dr Robert Yap
,
Chairman and CEO
,
YCH GroupPham Ngoc An
,
Supply Chain Manager 
,
FrieslandCampinaVietnamShaun Houston
,
Manufacturing Team Lead 2,
 
Nike*Prakash Chand Jhanwer
,
Country Head 
,
Olam Vietnam LtdVic Kulkarni
,
Product Supply Director 
,
Kimberly-Clark Vietnam*
3.40
Latest Technology/Software Tools to minimize Supply ChainCosts
Technology can unlock hidden values in global trade management,including reducing supply chain costs and minimizing risks of noncompliance. Sponsorship opportunities are available for you to showcase your services which could assist global businesses in becoming moreefficient.
4.00
End of Conference
15 October 2010
DAY 2Key Benefits for Our Sponsors
!
Increase and enhance brand recognition and awareness
Maximise market exposure to reach key decision makers through pre event marketing campaign
Generate high quality leads from extensive networking opportunitiesFor more info and custom tailored programs, contact Jonathan Kiang at
+65 6508 2471
or email him at
 jonathan.kiang@ibcasia.com.sg
to find out more about the sponsorship opportunities and how we can assist you to reach yourobjectives in the event.
SPONSORSHIP AND EXHIBITION
9.10
Chairman’s RemarksGLOBAL TRENDS IN CONTAINER MANAGEMENT
9.15
Industry Address: International Port Perspective – AddingValue at the Port End
 
Eddy. Bruyninckx
,
Chief Executive Officer 
,
Antwerp PortAuthority
9.45
Port Design: Parameters that MatterCapt. James Fong
,
Chief Operating Officer 
,
Global Maritime andPort Services Pte Ltd
10.15
Shippers’ Expectations of Carriers, Ports and Intermediaries
Managing the challenges of escalating transportation costs whilemaintaining profit marginImplications in global sourcing – Expectations of carriers and ports
 
For updated speaker’s details, please visit 
,
www.vietnamportslogistics.com
10.45
Open Forum: Q&A followed by Morning Refreshments
CONNECTING VIETNAM – WHAT DOES IT MEAN?
11.15
Dialogue with Government in MeasuringProgress in Key Priorities for End to EndContainer Management in Vietnam
Focal economic zones and the impact on infrastructure growthVietnam’s Master plan for the development of Vietnam SeaportsSystem to 2020Implementation timelines of key road and rail projectsUpdates on future plans for integration
Representives from:
VINAMARINEPeople’s Committee of Ho Chi Minh CityMinistry of Planning and InvestmentTransport Development and Strategy Institute
12.30
Networking Lunch
4th Vietnam Container Ports and Logistics
16th Asia International Coffee Conference 2010
7 – 9 December 2010, Sheraton Saigon,Ho Chi Minh City, SR Vietnam
www.worldcoffeeoutlook.com
UpcomingEvents
15th Annual World RiceCommerce
11 – 12 October 2010, Singapore
www.worldricecommerce.com
* Invited Speakers

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