Panama: Becoming the Americas’ Leading Maritime Hub
Thu, Aug 27, 2020 · 9:00 AM
ABOUT THIS WEBINAR
To celebrate WISTA Panama's 10th Anniversary, WISTA Panama decided to collaborate on this webinar with MARE FORUM.
Manzanillo International Terminal, Maersk, Transshipping Agents, WISTA Panama, and Mare Forum invite you to participate in a lively online panel discussion about Panama expanding its role as the leading maritime hub in the Americas.
Our panelists will debate for 1.5 hours on this topic and will answer questions from the audience participating from all corners of the world. This truly international event is a staple in the maritime calendar and will be broadly discussed.
Register now for a complimentary seat provided by our supporters for this event.
How will Panama look like in the next 20 years?
Which will be the future plans to develop, maintain and grow not only the maritime industry but the logistic sector as well?
The Big Picture Geopolitics – risks and rewards – Panama the Canal, the maritime hub, the world destinations and global trade.
Patterns trends: ships, ports and trade
What is Panama's new government vision to attract foreign investors and to retain the current investors who have trusted the free trade zone systems, vessel registration system, and the use of the Panama Canal to transit?
Fuels and Decarbonisation: Scrubbers or fuels or slow steaming – still a dilemma?
Is Panama ready to be a hub fuel supplier?
What are the Competencies, Capabilities and Infrastructures to prepare for the new challenges and future growth.
The Technology Revolution and Shipping - Can the Maritime Industry adapt?
How ports can help transform the Supply Chain into a hub of digital collaboration and innovation?
Skill sets required for the maritime workforce
Thu, Aug 27, 2020 · 9:00 AM
Duration:1 hour 30 minutes
Who can attend?Everyone
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Vice Minister of Multilateral Affairs and Cooperation, Panama
Born in Panama on November 24, 1977.
Graduated from Saint Augustine School and pursued parallel studies in two
universities, obtaining a Bachelor's degree in Law and Political Science in 2000
from Santa María La Antigua Catholic University,...
Obtained her Marine Engineer degree from Texas A&M, in Galveston, Texas, U.S.A., in May 1985; and in
1996, her Master in Economic Engineer from the Universidad Santa María La Antigua (The Old Saint Mary University in Panama City, Republic of...
Deputy Administrator of the Panama Maritime Authority
Mrs. Ana Margarita Reyes is currently, the Deputy Administrator of the Panama Maritime Authority and the Executive Director of the Logistic Cabinet for the Ministry of the Presidency in the Republic of Panama.
She is the representative of the 6th generation of the family company Giuseppe Bottiglieri Shipping Company Spa, active in the maritime industry since 1850. She gets her degree with maximum marks in Economics and Maritime Business and joins the...
Vice President Marketing & Corporate Affairs, Manzanillo International Terminal – Panama, S.A.
Juan Carlos Croston is Vice President Marketing & Corporate Affairs with Manzanillo
International Terminal – Panama (MIT-Panama). In this role, Mr. Croston is responsible for commercial and business development strategy and the company’s social...
Martijn has >20 years of experience managing and developing logistics assets and commodity supply chains. Having held senior executive roles for BHP, Trafigura/Impala and Nyrstar, he lived in The Netherlands, Brazil, Indonesia, Singapore and...