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Invite: Black and Caspian Sea Ports & Shipping 2022 Exhibition and Conference

black-caspian-sea-2022To connect international trade and investment between the Black Sea and the Caspian Sea, APM Terminals Poti will be hosting the Black and Caspian Sea Ports & Shipping 2022 Exhibition and Conference from Tuesday 5 to Thursday 7 April 2022.

The two-day Conference Programme will feature 25 world-class transport and logistics conference speakers addressing topical issues and challenges covering global and regional trade and investment.

The conference will be attended by more than 150 senior government officials, industry principals, academics, senior executive harbour masters, harbour engineers, port engineers, maintenance supervisors and procurement decision makers together with the region’s leading shippers, cargo owners, importers / exporters, shipping lines, freight forwarders, logistics companies, ports, terminal operating companies, railway operators, port equipment and services suppliers from countries throughout the Black and Caspian Sea corridor.

We look forward to welcoming you In Person to the Black and Caspian Sea Ports and Shipping 2022 Exhibition and Conference taking place in person at the luxurious 5 star Paragraph Resort and Spa, Shekvetili. Please Visit www.transportevents.com for free of charge registration and admission.