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  • 1.  Pre-conference Workshops: 20 October 2015  Main Conference: 21-22 October 2015  Venue: Amara Singapore Hotel FEATURING PROJECT UPDATES, ENGINEERING BEST PRACTICES AND KEY OPERATIONAL INSIGHTS FROM: Prasetyadi President Director PT Terminal Teluk Lamong Dato’ Ir. Haji Khasbullah A. Kadir Chief Operating Officer Kuantan Port Consortium Sdn. Bhd. Tienchai Makthiengtrong Director, Planning Division Laem Chabang Port Iman Achmad Sulaiman Director of Planning and Development PT Pelabuhan Indonesia I (Persero) Joko Noerhudha Head of Strategic Planning PT Pelabuhan Indonesia III (Persero) Kanittha Boonkua Deputy Director of Policy and Planning Department Port Authority of Thailand Amit Vikal Vice President Sterling Port Limited Michael Coull Technical Director - SE Asia Ports Lead AECOM Jesper S. Damgaard General Manager Ports & Marine – Asia Pacific, SMEC Meeting Future Trade Growth Through Strategic Port Planning, Capacity Addition and Operational Efficiency Register before 7th August 2015 and save up to SG$400 www.portdevelopmentasia.com WHY JOIN INDUSTRY EXPERTS AT THE 5TH PORT DEVELOPMENT & CONNECTIVITY ASIA FORUM? Media partners: Developed by: CONNECTIVITY Discover strategies to enhance connectivity across your port’s value chain for increased productivity and operational efficiency PLANNING Learn best practices in greenfield masterplanning and cost-effective capacity expansion to deliver maximum ROI COLLABORATION Discuss how terminal operators and ocean carriers can cooperate to streamline vessel turnaround and reduce dwell times INTERACTIVE ROUNDTABLES Engage in interactive scenario-based round tables for more in- depth discussion and networking REGIONAL FOCUS Hear project updates, port development initiatives and investment opportunities across Southeast Asia
  • 2. OUR DISTINGUISHED SPEAKER LINEUP INCLUDES:  Prasetyadi President Director PT Terminal Teluk Lamong  Kanittha Boonkua Deputy Director of Policy and Planning Department Port Authority of Thailand  Panhathai Nitilatthi Chief, International Affairs Section Port Authority of Thailand  Tienchai Makthiengtrong Director, Planning Division Laem Chabang Port  Iman Achmad Sulaiman Director of Planning and Development PT Pelabuhan Indonesia I (Persero)  Joko Noerhudha Head of Strategic Planning PT Pelabuhan Indonesia III (Persero)  Pasoroan Herman Harianja President Indonesian Maritime Pilots' Association Former Director PT Pelabuhan Indonesia I and IV (Persero)  Dato’ Ir. Haji Khasbullah A. Kadir Chief Operating Officer Kuantan Port Consortium Sdn. Bhd.  Amit Vikal Vice President Sterling Port Limited  Michael Coull Technical Director – SE Asia Ports Lead AECOM  Jesper S. Damgaard General Manager Ports & Marine – Asia Pacific SMEC  Herman Pals Project Manager – Maritime & Waterways Royal Haskoning DHV  Mark Yong Dir- ector BMT Asia Pacific  Andy Lane Partner CTI Consultancy  Truong Bui Senior Project Manager Roland Berger Strategy Consultants WHAT DELEGATES ARE SAYING ABOUT OUR SOUTHEAST ASIAN PORT DEVELOPMENT SERIES: “It was good to better understand future plans for ports in Indonesia, Singapore and Thailand. The information can be applied to Bintulu Port’s masterplanning.” Bintulu Port Authority “Very knowledgeable speakers, good range of participants and good materials. I learned many new ideas and got to know people from a various spectrum of industries.” Labuan Liberty Port Management Dear Port Professional, Growing intra-Asian trade, expanding vessel sizes and increasing competition from terminals across the region has made the Southeast Asian port landscape a dynamic – albeit challenging – operating environment. Attend the 5th Port Development & Connectivity Asia forum to discover how to improve and sustain the commercial strength of your port, including:  Efficient greenfield masterplanning to ensure target capacity aligns with volume inputs  Cost-effective capacity expansion and how to incorporate marine structures to enhance your port development  Ensuring efficient utility of space and overland connectivity by balancing locational and physical conditions with innovative port and terminal design  Reducing dwell time and congestion through collaboration between terminal operators and shipping lines  Strategies to enhancing connectivity across your port’s value chain to deliver full operational control Plus, discover project updates from across the region and learn from the experiences of ports such as:  PT Terminal Teluk Lamong  Kuantan Port  Sterling Port  Laem Chabang Port  Kuala Tanjung and Belawan (Pelindo I)  Tanjung Perak and Tanjung Emas (Pelindo III) I look forward to welcoming you to our forum this October. Best, Jasmine Whiting Conference Producer 5th Port Development & Connectivity Asia Tel: (65) 6722 9388  Fax: (65) 6720 3804  Email: enquiry@iqpc.com.sg  Web: www.portdevelopmentasia.com
  • 3. WHO CAN YOU EXPECT TO MEET? GATHERING ATTENDEES FROM ACROSS THE WORLD: WITH THE FOLLOWING JOB TITLES: FROM MARITIME INDUSTRIES INCLUDING: 15%Other SE Asia: Thailand, Vietnam, Myanmar, Sri Lanka 20%Singapore 20%Malaysia 20%Indonesia 5%Europe 10%Philippines 5%India 20% Strategic Level (C-level/ MDs/ Directors/GMs) 20% Project Development Heads 20% Technical Heads 20%Commercial & Business Development Heads 15%Ports & Marine Engineers 5%Others 30% Port Operators 20% Government 20% EPCs 14% Dredging Companies 8% Equipment & Technology 5% Shipping 3% Others 5%Australia Tel: (65) 6722 9388  Fax: (65) 6720 3804  Email: enquiry@iqpc.com.sg  Web: www.portdevelopmentasia.com
  • 4. CONFERENCE DAY ONE Wednesday, 21 October 2015 08:15 Morning Refreshment & Registration 08:50 Opening Remarks from Chairman REGIONAL PORT DEVELOPMENT OUTLOOK 09:00 Regional Port Development Outlook in Southeast Asia  How will manufacturing and consumer trends affect regional logistics and future trans-shipment hubs?  Overview of key port projects and investments: Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines and beyond  Infrastructure gaps in regional port development and expansion  Challenges and opportunities ahead for Southeast Asia’s port environment Truong Bui Senior Project Manager, Roland Berger Strategy Consultants 09:45 Strategic Port Development to Unleash the Economic Value of a Region: Project Updates and Development Outlook for PT Pelabuhan Indonesia I (Persero) Indonesia Port Corporation I oversees several port developments in the country, including the US$343.9- million Kuala Tanjung multipurpose terminal, slated to begin operations in 2017. With a target capacity of 2 million TEUs by 2019, Kuala Tanjung looks to become Indonesia’s largest transit hub upon completion.  Pelindo I at a glance  High-level overview of connectivity from the hinterland  Latest snapshot of strategic port developments, including Kuala Tanjung, Belawan and other pioneer container terminals  Exploration of key issues and challenges facing port development at Pelindo I Iman Achmad Sulaiman Director of Planning and Development, PT Pelabuhan Indonesia I (Persero) 10:30 Morning Tea and Networking Break 11:00 Development Outlook for Tanjung Perak and Tanjung Emas: Project Updates from PT Pelabuhan Indonesia III (Persero)  Investment factors and progress of the US$700- million development of Tanjung Perak and Tanjung Emas ports  Updates on stage 2 of the Tanjung Perak port project  Facilities and equipment requirements in the pipeline: Marine structures, stacking yards and cranes  Operational planning for streamlined turnarounds and connectivity across Tanjung Perak’s 40-hectare, 1.5-million TEU-capacity facilities Joko Noerhudha Head of Strategic Planning, PT Pelabuhan Indonesia III (Persero) BEST PRACTICES, CASE STUDIES AND KEY TECHNICAL INSIGHTS IN PORT DEVELOPMENT 11:45 Using Advanced Port and Terminal Designs to Optimise Locational and Physical Challenges  Ensuring efficient utility of space and overland connectivity in the planning stage  Key coastal and marine factors to consider when drawing up a port engineering plan  Optimising the unique physical conditions of your port location during development and expansion  Case examples of how to apply innovative port and terminal designs to maximise commercial viability Jesper S. Damgaard General Manager Ports & Marine – Asia Pacific Division, SMEC 12:30 Lunch and Networking Break 13:30 Case Examples in Efficient Greenfield Masterplanning to Ensure Commercial Strength  Establishing a clear vision for port activity and how to support those objectives  Ensuring target capacity is in line with projected regional volume inputs  Using efficient engineering to balance locational challenges and opportunities  Maximising economy of space in terminal and facilities design and layout  How to reduce future congestion in the masterplanning stage through efficient berth utility and overland connectivity planning Mark Yong Director, BMT Asia Pacific 14:15 Cost-Effective Port Expansion to Deliver Maximum ROI  Assessing volume forecasts in capacity and infrastructure upgrades  Key engineering considerations in retrofitting and capacity expansion targets  How can new marine structures support efficient port development?  Dredging and reclamation factors in resourceful spacial planning Herman Pals Project Manager – Maritime & Waterways, Royal Haskoning DHV 15:00 Afternoon Tea and Networking Break 15:30 Expanding Port Capacity to Accommodate Mega- Vessels  Identifying the infrastructural requirements of mega- vessels: turning basins, channel and berth depths, and quay structures  Ensuring expansions coordinate with existing operations to reduce operational and cost impacts  Anticipating retrofitting needs ahead to reduce future costs and maintain sustained port productivity Michael Coull Technical Director – SE Asia Ports Lead, AECOM CLOSING MASTERPLANNING CASE STUDY 16:15 Ensuring Infrastructure Integrity and Resilience in Masterplanning: Dahej Port Case Study  Analysing regional and locational factors in the feasibility planning stage to ensure alignment with port infrastructure  Proactive steps to anticipating and addressing potential operational vulnerabilities caused by natural environmental perils  Assessing infrastructure requirements for cargo handling, storage and evacuation, considering immediate and future hinterland connectivity  Conceptualising opportunities and future challenges to ensure sustainability and long-term ROI Amit Vikal Vice President, Sterling Port Limited 17:00 Closing Remarks From Chairman 17:15 End of Day 1 Tel: (65) 6722 9388  Fax: (65) 6720 3804  Email: enquiry@iqpc.com.sg  Web: www.portdevelopmentasia.com
  • 5. Thursday, 22 October 2015 CONFERENCE DAY TWO  How can operators and carriers collaborate to ease the challenges of mega-vessels and off-schedule calls?  Efficient data exchange to identify time horizons of incoming volume for quicker vessel turnarounds and improved schedule reliability  Reducing costs for both ports and carriers through productive asset provision and utilisation of both berth and ship capacities, from crane split and sequencing to vessel load factors  From big data to smart ports: future outlook for optimising operator-carrier collaboration Tienchai Makthiengtrong Director, Planning Division, Laem Chabang Port Panhathai Nitilatthi Chief, International Affairs Section, Port Authority of Thailand Dato’ Ir. Haji Khasbullah A. Kadir Chief Operating Officer, Kuantan Port Consortium Sdn. Bhd. Pasoroan Herman Harianja President, Indonesian Maritime Pilots’ Association Former Director, PT Pelabuhan Indonesia I and IV (Persero) Moderator: Andy Lane, Partner, CTI Consultancy 14:30 Afternoon Tea and Networking Break 15:00 Interactive Scenario Roundtables Delegates will have the unique opportunity to rotate through 3 interactive roundtables to deep-dive into real- life scenarios in port management and operations. Discuss, debate and strategise with your peers to walk away with actionable techniques and best practices to improve vessel turnaround, maximise productivity and reduce congestion at your port. Each round table will be 30 minutes. ROUNDTABLE A: Coping with Vessel Cascading and Port Congestion Explore what factors are holding up your vessel turnarounds and actionable steps to reducing dwell times. Facilitated by: Andy Lane, Partner, CTI Consultancy ROUNDTABLE B: Avoiding Productivity Loss and Ensuring Efficient Manpower Utilisation Discover how to maximise human capital productivity and development across your port with strategic change management. Facilitated by: Pasoroan Herman Harianja, President, Indonesian Maritime Pilots’ Association Former Director, PT Pelabuhan Indonesia I and IV (Persero) ROUNDTABLE C: Reducing Ground Congestion with Streamlined Yard Processing and Optimised Hinterland Connectivity Discuss how to coordinate end-to-end connectivity at your port to avoid and alleviate bottlenecks for smoother operations. Facilitated by: Amit Vikal, Vice President, Sterling Port Limited 16:45 Executive Summary and Key Findings from Round Tables 17:00 Closing Remarks from Chairman 17:15 End of Forum 08:15 Morning Refreshment & Registration 08:50 Opening Remarks from Chairman REGIONAL CASE STUDIES AND DEVELOPMENT OUTLOOK 09:00 Best Practices in Green Port Development at Terminal Teluk Lamong  Recognising where to reduce environmental impact in the masterplanning stage  Expanding and upgrading berths and facilities in line with sustainable construction initiatives  How key technologies can improve energy efficiency and lower costs  Integrating solar and gas power generation to support port operations Prasetyadi President Director, PT Terminal Teluk Lamong 09:45 Port Project Updates in Thailand and Outlook For Opportunities Ahead  Latest port project updates: Laem Chabang, Pak Bara and Seaport “A”  Policies driving port development and expansion and corresponding investment structures  Aligning infrastructure and technological needs with volume forecasts  Challenges and opportunities ahead in maritime development in Thailand Kanittha Boonkua Deputy Director of Policy and Planning Department Port Authority of Thailand 10:30 Morning Tea and Networking Break 11:00 Kuantan Port as an ASEAN Trans-shipment Gateway: Project Showcase  Latest updates on the Kuantan Port expansion and US$800-million deepwater terminal project  Key investments and evaluation criteria ahead: Dredging, reclamation and construction of berths and storage yards  Essential factors in port planning and operations to handle increasing vessel sizes and volume inputs  Future opportunities in capacity expansion and port development in Malaysia Dato’ Ir. Haji Khasbullah A. Kadir Chief Operating Officer, Kuantan Port Consortium Sdn. Bhd. MAXIMISING OPERATIONAL EFFICIENCY & PRODUCTIVITY 11:45 Best Practices in Maximising Productivity and Operational Control  Demand balancing and better utilization of off-peak periods through planning processes  The use of Continuous Improvement and Business Performance Management techniques  Dynamic and proactive control tower planning  Equipment optimisation through triangulation and dual-cycling  Minimizing idle time at the start/finish of shifts and during breaks Andy Lane Partner, CTI Consultancy 12:15 Lunch and Networking Break 13:30 Collaboration and Communication between Terminal Operators and Ocean Carriers: How Can Cooperation Ensure Efficiency Throughout the Value Chain?  Perspectives on where ports and carriers can focus operational improvement PANELDISCUSSION | 16:45 Tel: (65) 6722 9388  Fax: (65) 6720 3804  Email: enquiry@iqpc.com.sg  Web: www.portdevelopmentasia.com
  • 6. Tuesday, 20 October 2015 PRE-CONFERENCE WORKSHOPS WORKSHOP A: (09:00 - 12:00) Port Development Masterplanning for Commercial Excellence Regional trade patterns are constantly affected by outsourcing movements and supply chain shifts. Project owners and developers must have clear operational targets and accurate business projections to reduce risk and ensure the sustained commercial feasibility of their port. Scrutinise key techno-commercial factors in the masterplanning process:  Recognise the key policy initiatives and trade projections that will affect development  Manage both immediate and long-term strategic investment and business objectives  Best practices in critical engineering, dredging and land reclamation operations  Understand how policy, strategy and operations interplay to ensure commerciality Walk away with a robust understanding of the essential elements to a commercially viable masterplan and a strong foundation for your project development. Mark Yong Director, BMT Asia Pacific With over a decade of experience in the maritime industry, Mark Yong has held leadership roles across the value chain, including shipping, logistics and engineering consulting. Mark has been involved in masterplanning and feasibility studies for a variety of port developments across Southeast Asia, and has led numerous workshops on best practices and risk management in strategic port planning initiatives. As Regional Business Development Director, Asia-Pacific at BMT since 2008, Mark’s key roles include overseeing the Shipping/Ports Business development activities in the region. He is also a member of the Board of Directors of PT BMT Asia Pacific Indonesia. Mark has managed the growth and development of maritime and port projects across emerging markets such as Vietnam, Cambodia, China, India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh. WORKSHOP B: (13:00 - 16:00) Tactical Port Capacity Expansion: Harnessing the Latest Innovations in Terminal Design and Modernisation To thrive in Southeast Asia’s dynamic maritime climate, one cannot afford to stagnate. Pressures from ever- larger ocean carriers and competitive operators in the region require that ports stay on the pulse of operational innovation. Discover how to approach your unique port expansion needs from a tactical perspective, with an in-depth calculation of:  Potential risks and opportunities in capacity expansion  Which terminal designs and layouts will perform best for your port  Key engineering and construction considerations when integrating breakwaters, quays, jetties and other structures  In what capacity automation and modernisation solutions will enhance port operations Jesper S. Damgaard General Manager Ports & Marine – Asia Pacific, SMEC With more than 22 years of experience in marine and coastal engineering assignments in Asia, Africa, Latin American and Europe, Jesper S. Damgaard has worked on world-class research projects for sediment transport, coastal hydrodynamics, soil liquefaction, soft clay scour and seabed pipelines. On the consultancy side he has been involved in a number of large marine infrastructure projects around the world such as the groundbreaking Schiehallion deepwater oil field, Brass River LNG, Mangalore barge-mounted power plant, Pinghu Oil & Gas field, GASCO 4th NGL Train, Jebel Ali Container Terminal, Ras Laffan Port and Tanjung Priok Port Expansion. During his ten-year stay in the Middle East he participated in a number of reclamation projects in the UAE and was the Project Director of the program management services for the ADNOC Upper Zakum Artificial Islands reclamation project. Tel: (65) 6722 9388  Fax: (65) 6720 3804  Email: enquiry@iqpc.com.sg  Web: www.portdevelopmentasia.com
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