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The UK Ports conference, taking place across four morning sessions, 5-8 July, is your complete update on the UK ports sector. Attend to receive updates on the most pertinent issues facing the industry from hearing the most recent trade and shipping patterns and the introduction of freeports, through to achieving decarbonisation at ports and the role of ports in supporting offshore wind.

You will hear from port industry leaders on the challenges and opportunities facing the sector and explore how ports can respond to these. The event will also explore how to plan for, and deliver, port infrastructure providing practical insight on topics including technology, asset management and identifying the current and future best use of port land.

Highlights of attending

  • Hear the latest updates on plans for freeports

  • Explore how to achieve decarbonisation at ports – considering innovative ideas, shoreside changes, ship to shore power and reviewing possible fuels of the future 

  • Receive insight on trade and shipping patterns – considering how ports can respond

  • Understand how to plan and manage port infrastructure – from innovation and technology, through to planning and asset management

  • Review the opportunities for ports in supporting offshore wind

  • Virtual event offer flexibility – join live on the day to put your questions to the experts or watch back On Demand after the event. 

  • Networking opportunities are available – after registration access discussion boards and with networking open before, during and after the event connect with attendees via messages and video meetings 

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VIRTUAL EXHIBITION AND SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES

To find out more about sponsoring, exhibiting or speaking opportunities at the UK Ports Conference 2021 please click on the link below.