TOC Europe returned to Rotterdam and the first two days of the event attracted nearly 3,500 visitors, delegates and exhibitors. The main theme of the exhibition and technical seminars has been “utilizing technology to save time and money” and large numbers of port authorities and terminal operators have been among the visitors to the event.
MundoMaritimo provided exclusive coverage of the event, so our readers can learn all about the presentations and the exhibition -with over 180 companies participating in the exhibition-, where equipment displays both inside and outside the exhibition included Reachstackers, AGVs, Terminal Trailers and Forklifts. Product launches took place throughout the event, with offerings from Konecranes, Kalmar, SANY and Liebherr.
A high profile trade mission from Latin America was hosted by the Netherlands – the Dutch Embassy in Panama - and included attendance from countries such as Chile, Mexico, Costa Rica, Peru and Argentina. The delegates participated in many sessions including the seminar “Opportunities for port development in Latin America.”
TOC Americas returns to Panama after a three year absence, November 13-15 in Panama City. The 2018 version will focus on the theme “THE TRANSFORMING SHIPPING LANDSCAPE” of an industry which is now embracing the expanding Panama Canal locks. This year is likely to be the one where many container line networks calling the U.S. East Coast and changing the dynamics of American supply chain.
CAM Panamá 2018
Organiza Cámara Marítima Panamá