You will find below the presentations given at the ESPO Conference 2016, which took place in Dublin on 2-3 June. Click on the name of the speaker to see his presentation.
Day One: Thursday, 2 June 2016
Santiago Garcia-Mila, Chairman, ESPO
Eamonn O’Reilly, Chief Executive Port of Dublin
Opening Keynote Speech
Irish Minister of Transport (invited)
Outlook for Shipping and Ports
Jakub Walenkiewicz, Principal Market Analyst-Market Intelligence, DNV GL
10h30 Coffee Break
Carmen Caro Jaume, Senior Manager, Indirect Tax Global Trade| EMEIA Tax Centre, Ernst & Young: the New Union Customs Code – What Should Ports Expect from It?
Alan Long, Chairman, IPCSA: Port Community Systems Role in Enhancing the Efficiency of European Ports
Capt. Stein Inge Dahn, President European Maritime Pilots Association: How to Improve the Efficiency of the Technical Nautical Chain
Q & A
View of the Ports
Alexandru Craciun, Commercial Director, National Company “Maritime Ports Administration”SA Constantza
Hervé Martel, CEO, Port of Le Havre
Kurt Nagle, President and CEO, AAPA, American Port Association
Julian Skelnik, Director, Port of Gdansk Authority; Chairman, Baltic Ports Organisation
Bruce Weinelt, Head of Digital Transformation, World Economic Forum: Digital Transformation of Logistics and Related Sectors
Lars Jensen, Chief Executive, Cyberkeel: Is an Increased Digitalisation Going Hand in Hand with Increased Cyber Security Threats in Ports?
Benjamin Hodgson, Senior Research Scientist, BMT Group: Big Data, Beyond the Buzzwords
Ronald Veldman, Maritime Business Analyst, Seabury Cargo Advisory: Big Data, What is in for Ports?
Q & A
Views of the Ports
Ramon Gomez-Ferrer Boldova, Deputy Manager Strategic Planning, Port Authority of Valencia
Wolfgang Hurtienne, Managing Director, Hamburg Port Authority
Kimmo Mäki, Managing Director, Port of Helsinki
Johan Röstin, CEO, Copenhagen Malmö Port
Martina Fontanet, Senior Advisor Port and Maritime Policy, Competition, Trade Facilitation and Statistics, ESPO
Kurt Nagle, President and CEO, AAPA-American Association of Port Authorities: Overview of Recent and Upcoming Developments in US’ Trade Law Affecting Ports: TTIP and the Energy Export Law
Prof. Dr. Theo Notteboom, Full Professor and High-End Foreign Expert (SAFEA, State Administration of Foreign Expert Affairs), Transportation Management College, Dalian Maritime University (DMU): One Belt, One Road and Hundreds of European Ports: How the OBOR Policy Might Affect European Port-Hinterland Dynamics
Sean Potter, Managing Director DFDS Seaways, United Kingdom: Brexit, Recent Schengen Developments and the Refugees Crisis, Impact on Maritime Transport and European Ports - Note: Mr Potter could not attend the ESPO Conference due to illness.
Q & A
View of the Ports
Dimitrios Makris, CEO, Port of Thessaloniki
John Mullins, Chairman, Port of Cork and President of the Irish Port Association
Tim Waggott, CEO, Port of Dover