Attend in-person or virtually

UK Ports Conference

Tuesday 24 November - Wednesday 25 November 2020

Attend in-person or virtually

UK Ports Conference

Delivering port growth and development: responding to trade, air quality and infrastructure challenges
Tue 24 - Wed 25 November 2020 Marriott Hotel Regents Park, London
The UK Ports conference will provide you with complete insight on the biggest challenges facing the industry and explore how the sector can respond. Attend to hear opportunities for ports and how to deliver the port development and infrastructure to support these and secure growth. Join ports industry leaders to take away the latest insight on trade patterns and the implications for ports, understand how to improve air quality and increase port connectivity. Across the two days ports will share their plans for development and you will also receive guidance on how to plan for and deliver port infrastructure.

Why should I attend?

Attend on day 1 to receive the latest policy insight and explore the support for port sector development. Join senior port leaders to hear the latest trade and shipping patterns, explore the plans for port investment and consider how ports can prepare for the possible Brexit implications. The day will cover the most pertinent issues facing the sector including improving connectivity, skills and safety. You will also hear the shipping and cruise line perspectives on future plans, as they share their requirements for ports.

Attend on day 2 to understand how to plan and deliver infrastructure at ports. The day will provide you with complete insight on how to create port masterplans, overcome planning and environmental challenges, and how to successfully incorporate emerging technology into port development. Industry leaders will share the latest thinking on key issues including improving air quality and the opportunities for ports from the energy sector.

Some of the organisations who have attended previously:

Antwerp Port Authority
Associated British Ports
Belfast Harbour
British Ports Association
Caledonian Maritime Assets
CalMac Ferries
Chamber of Shipping
Commercial Boat Operators Association
DB Cargo
Department for Transport
DFDS
Dover Port
DP World London Gateway
DP World Southampton
Drewry
Environment Agency

Forth Ports
Freightliner Group
Hapag-Lloyd UK
Harwich Haven Authority
Highways England
Marine Management Organisation
Midlands Connect
Natural England
Network Rail
PD Ports
Peel Ports
Port of Cromarty Firth
Port of Dover
Port of Felixstowe
Port of London Authority
Port of Milford Haven

Port of Sunderland
Port of Tyne
Port Skills and Safety
Portsmouth International Port
Robert West
Royal Yachting Association
RSPB
Shoreham Port
Solent Gateway
Stema Shipping (UK)
The Bristol Port Company
The Crown Estate
Thurrock Council
Transport for the North
UK Chamber of Shipping
UK Major Ports Group

Attend in person or via live stream

If you prefer not to attend the conference at this time, why not attend virtually? You can watch the conference online from the convenience of the office or your own home.

Benefits of attending:

  • Receive the latest trade and shipping updates and explore how ports can respond
  • Explore how to reduce emissions and improve air quality at ports
  • Hear how to plan for, and deliver, port development – including considering master planning, asset management and new technologies
  • Consider how to improve port connectivity and receive the latest updates on plans for updating national infrastructure
  • Discuss the implications of Brexit and how the port sector can be prepared
  • Understand how to plan for long term port improvements including the latest updates on planned investment from ports

Interested in being involved?

To find out more about sponsoring, exhibting or speaking opportunities at the UK Ports Conference, please click on the link below.

Who will I meet?

  • Port operators and owners
  • Ship owners and operators
  • Harbour authorities
  • Government, local authorities and LEPS
  • Rail freight operators
  • Institutional investors
  • Maritime trade unions
  • Environmental groups and environmental lawyers
  • Property developers
  • Consultants – planning, environment and economic forecasting
  • Port infrastructure specialists
  • Safety, training and skills bodies
  • Road freight companies
  • Transport specialists

You might be interested in...

Watching the recording on our lastest webinar on improving air quality and reducing carbon emissions at ports 

Good outputs with varied speaker theme - very thought provoking.

A well organised, structured conference with interesting sessions delivered by subject matter experts to the target audiences expectation.

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Sponsors

Freshwater

Exhibitors

Touchstone
McLaughlin & Harvey

Media partners

Endorsements

Directions

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NW3 3ST