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High five for TOC Americas

01 August 2014

Informa has announced five new speakers who will be presenting at the TOC Americas conference in Cartagena on 14-16 October.

The Association of Caribbean States recently commissioned a report on Port & Maritime Strategies in the Greater Caribbean - and ACS Secretary General Ambassador Alfonso Múnera will be at TOC to share the findings and show how key developments could affect your business.
 
Giovanni Benedetti, Commercial Director, SPRC, will reveal how Port of Cartagena was transformed into Latin America’s 4th largest container port, connecting 599 ports in 136 countries.
 
Brazilian food processing giant JBS exports beef, chicken, pork, lamb and leather and are estimated to be one of the biggest reefer shippers globally. The company's International Logistics Supervisor Allison Nowlin will discuss the key logistics challenges facing shippers of temperature controlled cargo.
 
John Bressi, Project Manager, Crane Automation, SSA Marine International, will analyse how existing brownfield terminals can be upgraded to handle future ship demands. He will present a case study covering ASC retrofit, berth expansion, and the implementation of automation into a mature terminal
 
Camila Camacho Rocha, Area Manager Latin America at FloraHolland, will join the speaker panel in the session entitled, "Creating efficient cold chain infrastructure: Keeping cool from plant to port to plate".
 
For more information, check out the TOC Americas listing on ShowMeTransport.com, and contact  Suzanne Tiago, Group Marketing Manager for TOC Events Worldwide (Email: marketing@toc-events.com; Tel: + 44 207 017 7023).

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