- First and ONLY event on maritime connectivity and infrastructure
- 15+ Project Case Studies
- Local, Regional and International Focus
Indonesia’s port and shipping industry is on the cusp of major development after the government announced its Marine Highways program, and projects are underway for realising this goal. As industry grapples with cost of logistics, efficiencies and lack of connectivity, all eyes are on how swiftly the new Government will implement its plans.
“The government’s program will require nearly Rp 700 trillion (US$55.4 billion) for the development of 24 commercial ports, over 1,000 non-commercial ports and the procurement of vessels between 2015 and 2019,” (Jakarta Post, Mar 2015)
- Where are the project opportunities?
- How will shippers benefit from domestic connectivity?
- How is the port sector responding to calls for improved efficiency?
- Which inter island routes will get priority? The Marine Highway & Logistics Summit is the first of its kind to focus on inter-island shipping, its demand, infrastructure requirements and implementation strategies. Get insights and project highlights from port operators, shipping companies and end-users in a two-day comprehensive programme with multiple networking opportunities.
Program At A Glance:
- Demand Forecast and Outlook for Dry Bulk, Container and Project Cargo
- Immediate Priorities for Maritime Connectivity
- Major trade corridors and emerging opportunities for inter- island shipping
- Ports & Infrastructure projects to support the marine highway initiative
- Case studies on reducing cost of logistics
- Developments in regional markets – Indonesia, Philippines, Malaysia
- Marine Highways Efficiency and Safety
Chairman, Indonesian Logistic Association