Port & Terminal Management (Online Seminar)

Dates:

26/02, 28/02, 05/03, 07/03, 12/03, 14/03, 22/03, 26/03, 28/03 & 02/04

Duration:

10 Online Sessions

Hours:

19:30 – 21:30 (GMT +2)

Fees:

600
(Including tuition fees & reading material)
ICS Members are eligible to a discount 20% on all HMC Professional Maritime Seminars

Overview

In the fast-paced world of 21st-century trade, port and terminal managers face the challenge of meeting rising demand driven by global expansion. The pressures of globalization have intensified competition in cargo markets, making enhanced productivity a critical factor for economic survival. This course comprehensively explores all operational facets of port functions, covering financing, legal considerations, planning, operations, marketing, competition, equipment, and infrastructure. Designed by leading industry experts, the course delves into management techniques that enhance services and maximize profit potential.

ONLINE LEARNING

The seminar will be delivered exclusively online through fully tutored learning sessions. Upon registration, you will receive an email with webinar information and joining instructions. No special equipment is required except a camera and a microphone for participation.

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Ports & Their Functions

Ship Types & Cargoes

Port Management

Competition & Marketing

Pricing

Port Planning

Port Finance

Port Equipment, Buildings, Cargo Handling Equipment

Port Ownership

Legal Aspects of Port Management

Ports and Terminal Management Personnel, Port Authority Personnel, Port Operations Professionals, Logistics and Freight Forwarding Executives, Sector Consultants, Port Agents, Port Captains, and Officers.

Tutors

  • Neil Davidson
    Port Sector Expert

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    Overview

    In the fast-paced world of 21st-century trade, port and terminal managers face the challenge of meeting rising demand driven by global expansion. The pressures of globalization have intensified competition in cargo markets, making enhanced productivity a critical factor for economic survival. This course comprehensively explores all operational facets of port functions, covering financing, legal considerations, planning, operations, marketing, competition, equipment, and infrastructure. Designed by leading industry experts, the course delves into management techniques that enhance services and maximize profit potential.

  • Andrew Francis
    Ports & Shipping Consultant

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    Overview

    In the fast-paced world of 21st-century trade, port and terminal managers face the challenge of meeting rising demand driven by global expansion. The pressures of globalization have intensified competition in cargo markets, making enhanced productivity a critical factor for economic survival. This course comprehensively explores all operational facets of port functions, covering financing, legal considerations, planning, operations, marketing, competition, equipment, and infrastructure. Designed by leading industry experts, the course delves into management techniques that enhance services and maximize profit potential.

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