16 - 17 August, 2011, Renaissance Shanghai Pudong Hotel, Shanghai, China
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For China's port sector, the largest port projects were planned in the four years from 2006 to 2010, but will the pace of port developments slow down under the 12th 5 year plan?
Why don’t you judge for yourself:
While the Chinese government has several plans to build new ports, the boom in domestic trade after China’s massive US$600 billion stimulus plan, has led to a fundamental shift in the focus of port developments under the 12th 5 year plan.
The focus is now on using ports as a tool for further economic development in China’s cities. At the beginning of 2011, every coastal city and even some inland cities released ambitious plans to further explore their waterfront resource and build new terminals and berths as a part of their own 12th 5-year plan.
China’s Ports are now being developed more intelligently, to support industry clusters, city development, or to co-locate with rail routes and major highways to improve the overall transportation infrastructure inland. And this year, the Chinese government is actively courting port planning experts from all over the world to fulfill their ambitious port plans.
You read that right! China’s most influential port officials have confirmed their participation at IQPC’s Port Planning & Design China conference, meeting in Shanghai from 16-17 August. Take these 2 days off to get the latest new project requirements, and more critically, establish links with key project decision makers, ahead of your competitors.
But that’s not all! The Port Planning & Design China conference will also showcase in-depth cases from Japan, Hong Kong, Korea, Macau and Taiwan on the planning and design principles required in constructing and developing a fully functioning port from a Greenfield, existing site or an expansion on a current operational port, offering you more insights on how to tackle your next port project in China.
The window of opportunity to attend this conference grows narrower every day, with more and more of your industry peers sending entire teams to participate.
In fact, you can block your seats right now by >>registering online<< or dropping us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org right away.
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