Building Resilient Port Infrastructure to Minimize Disruptions in 2022

Webinar on demand

In 2021 the maritime industry faced the biggest disruption since the start of container shipping caused by COVID-19, inefficiencies, and increased trade demand. As a result, delays have become routine, empty containers were scattered across the world, and vessel schedule predictability dropped to a historic low.

Unfortunately, port disruptions aren’t going away this year. We all have to adjust to the new normal. We are bringing together ports and their customers to discuss the lessons learned from 2021 and how real-time data exchange between ship and shore could contribute to more resilient port infrastructures.

Watch this webinar to learn from the industry leaders:

Lance Nunez, Global Marine and Terminal Logistics Director, Dow Chemical
– Port infrastructure: traditional and emerging trends
– How do ESG goals interact with longer term infrastructure projects and the path forward

Christine Schlenker, Vice President, The Greater Houston Port Bureau
– Growth spurt in container traffic and the consequent supply chain challenges
– A community-led path to digitalization in the port

Watch this webinar