11th International Conference & Exhibition 
26th & 27th March 2019
Savannah, Georgia, USA
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Call For Papers

Due to overwhelming interest the offical call for papers deadline for Port & Terminal Technology USA 2019 has been extended.

For those still wishing to take part on the conference agenda, please send a technical abstract for consideration as soon as possible!

Abstracts must be a maximum of 300 words and clearly state the title, aim and content of the proposed presentation.

Abstracts must make a technical contribution to the overall programme - we do not accept purely commercial presentations.

Companies and representatives wishing to submit a technical abstract for consideration please register your interest via claire@mcimedia.com.

 ** Please note ** 

Speakers are required to register for the event and pay the relevant delegate fees and are responsible for the booking and payment of their own travel and accommodation

Authors of selected abstracts are required to submit a full technical paper in addition to their PowerPoint presentation.


The full conference program and two-day agenda will be available shortly.

2019 speakers and presentations confirmed so far include:

ASC Automation
Diego Sanchez, Market Manager - Port Technology, Vahle, USA

Battery driven automated horizontal transport system
Ralf Konnerth, Director Business Line Automated Horizontal Transport, Konecranes, Germany

The usefulness of GIS for ports
Kathryn Fenstermaker, Business Development Consultant, C.H. Fenstermaker & Associates, USA

Adaptive innovation to design and construct Trapac Oakland's expansion within an operating terminal
Ian Sequeira, Project Manager II - Port & Marine - West Region, AECOM, USA

Automation in traditional RTG operated terminals
Walter Leiler, Area Sales Manager, Kuenz, Austria

Twenty Thirty Eight
Matthew Wittemeier, Marketing Manager, Inform, Germany

Performance evaluation of custom harmonic filter design for port cranes
Shashank Mathur, Associate Application Engineer, TMEIC, USA

Port infrastructure challenges for the new Brazilian government and how American companies can benefit
Rodrigo Paiva, Lead Infrastructure Economist, Nigel Nixon & Partners, USA

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