PM Hariri Sponsors East Med Maritime Conference To Be Held June 19.

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Under the patronage of the President of the Council of Ministers, His Excellency Mr. Saad Hariri, and the strategic partnership of the Lebanese Directorate General of Land and Maritime Transport, Ministry of Public Works and Transport, the East Med Maritime Conference 2019 gears up to gather local and international maritime experts, with 26 international Arab and European speakers joining the conference.

Aimed at discussing Maritime Challenges, East Med Ports’ Sustainability, Logistics Sector, and the latest and upcoming Projects and Future Prospects, EMMC will take place on next June 19 and 20, at the Hilton Beirut Habtoor Grand Hotel, located in Beirut, Lebanon, and professionally organized by Oceanic Spark, the maritime media and networking company in the Middle East and around the globe, and the publisher of Robban Assafina Magazine.

30 sponsors
Major maritime leaders of public and private sectors, and over 30 sponsors have confirmed their attendance, in addition to government agencies and maritime administrations, ship-owners, shipping lines, shipyards, maritime, shipping, logistics, offshore, and educational & training institutions.

A Gathering
The EMMC 2019 will be the perfect platform to discuss the latest developments in shipping, maritime and offshore industries, supporting the shipping industry and regional economies, and presenting solutions for current challenges, locally, regionally and internationally.

Sessions
Considered a unique event held for the very first time in Lebanon, EMMC 2019 seeks to assemble local and international experts, exploring key maritime, shipping and offshore issues.

The conference is mainly concerned to introduce the maritime sector in its various aspects, its present and future status, and connection to national economies. The conference will also shed the light on current and future IMO requirements and the needs of ship-owners and operators.

Ports
All of this comes in line with exploring ways of strengthening and sustaining the role of Arab and regional ports as hubs attracting international shipping lines and supply chain operations, in addition to looking deeper into strengthening and training human resources and specialized personnel that highly contribute to this vital sector.

Offshore
And in light of the oil and gas sector developments, EMMC 2019 also aims at expanding all issues related to the oil and gas sector, focusing on the role of offshore companies and the opportunities offered in this sector, observing its readiness, along with the expansion projects, developments and techniques in operations and logistics.

The last session will include several maritime academics and professors discussing the reality of the maritime education and training, where key maritime institutions will present some of their successful practices. This session will also feature a notable participation from the International Maritime University.

Maritime Visit
EMMC’s second day will feature a maritime site visit to the Port of Beirut facilities, where the port management will inform visitors of current and future projects aimed at developing the port and container terminal infrastructure.

The organizer of EMMC 2019 has also prepared for a visit to the Maritime Science and Technology Institute MARSATI, located in Batroun, North of Lebanon, to explore Institute’s facilities and its distinguished academic services.

This is followed by a site visit to the port of Tripoli, where the port manager will enlighten participants about the development projects at the port’s infrastructure and facilities and container terminal, observing the investment opportunities in the promising ports sector.

Editorial Team

Editorial Team