FREIGHT.DIGITAL 2019 CONFERENCE
Welcome to participate in the First International “FREIGHT.DIGITAL 2019: DIGITALIZATION in INTERNSTIONAL CONTAINER TRANSPORTATION” Conference
September 19-20, 2019, St. Petersburg
Container terminal Saint-Petersburg
The Arbitration Centre at the Russian Union of Industrialists and Entrepreneurs
SeaNews Information&Consulting invites you to take part in the international “FREIGHT.DIGITAL 2019: Digitalization in Inetrnational Container Transportation” conference on September 19-20, 2019 in St. Petersburg.
The conterence is supported by the Eurasian Economic Commission.
The key topic of the conference is legal, organization and technical apspects of digitalization of the container industry, and the impact of new digitalization technologies on the container shipping market.
FREIGHT.DIGITAL 2019 PRELIMINARY PROGRAM
Day 1, September 19, 2019
CONFERENCE in “Crowne Plaza Ligovsky” hotel (61 Ligovsky Prospect, Lomosov-Petrerhof Hall, floor 2)
|09.00-10.00||Venue: “Crowne Plaza Ligovsky” (61 Ligovsky Prospecy), “Lomonosov-Peterhof” Hall (floor 2) see the map|
|10.00-12.00 – session 1|
|Welcome speech, SeaNews|
|10.00-10.20||Eurasian Economic Commission Developing electronic document exchange in maritime checkpoints of the member countries of the Eurasian Economic Union Maxim Asaul, Transport and Infrastructure Department, Deputy Director|
|10.20-10.40||National Association of Shipping Agencies Single Window mechanism in maritime checkpoints: status quo, problems, prospects Vladimir Korostelev, Representative, National Association of shipping agencies|
|10.40-11.00||International Port Community Systems Association (IPCSA) Values and benefits of a Port Community System, links to Single Window and WTO Trade Facilitation Agreement Hans Rook, Chairman|
|11.00-11.20||Federation of National Associations of Shipbrokers and Agents (FONASBA) The Ship Agent as Port Single Window (PSW) Jonathan C. Williams, General Manager|
|11.20-11.25||The United Nations Centre for Trade Facilitation and Electronic Business (UN/CEFACT) Data harmonization and simplification of administrative procedures based on UN/CEFACT recommendations and electronic data interchange standards Lance THOMPSON, Secretary, UN/CEFACT – UNECE (VIDEO)|
|11.25-11.40||Russian Logistics Information Systems (ROLIS) Modern approaches of operations optimization in sea ports Evgeny Maison, General Director|
|11.40-12.00||Embassy of Belgium in Russia Customs innovations for developing online commerce Robin Machils, Customs attache|
|12.20-14.30 – session 2|
|12.20-12.40||Port of Antwerp Digital strategy of the Port of Antwerp Philippe Droesbeke, Manager of Port Projects|
|12.40-13.00||Port of Rotterdam Port Forward – Step by step towards a digital port Alexander Philipsen, Business manager Containers – Shortsea|
|13.00-13.20||Portbase Innovating towards integral planning in the Dutch Ports using the Port Community System of Portbase Mees van der Wiel, business consultant, Portbase|
|13.20-13.40||Finnish Transport and Communications Agency Finnish Maritime Single Window Katariina Kalatie, Special Advisor, Finnish Transport and Communications Agency Traficom|
|13.40-14.10||Maersk & Morsviazsputnik TradeLens: Launching with pilot zone in Russia; digitising trade Nicolas Buhmann, Commercial Manager, Tradelens, A.P.Moller Maersk AS Andrey Kuropyatnikov, General Director, Morsviazsputnik|
|14.10-14.30||Arbitration Center under Russian Union of Industrialists and Entrepreneurs Smart contracts in shipping: implementation and legal assistance Dr. Elina Sidorenko, Ph.D., Chair of the Board for disputes in digital economy of the Arbitration Center, Director of the Digital economy and financial innovation center of the MGIMO University|
|15.30-18.00||Lunch in “Olivetto” restaurant|
|15.30-18.00 – session 3|
|15.30-15.50||Marine Legal Bureau (Riga, Latvia) Ciber fraud in shipping Eduard Kuznetsov, Partner|
|15.50-16.10||Narva Gate Insurance Brokerage Agency Cyber risks insurance Olga Yoksha, Legal advisor|
|16.10-16.30||Federal Customs Service Developing electronic documents exchange in the Customs’ Unified automated Information system. Implementing obligatory preliminary information Sergey Senko, Head of the Baltic Customs|
|16.30-16.50||Container Terminal Saint-Petersburg Electronic documents exchange in the Big port of St. Petersburg terminals. Status and problems Sergey Fedorov, Head, Customer service department|
|16.50-17.05||Unifeeder SPb Submitting obligatory preliminary information using the customs Sea Port Portal software Andreay Andreev, Unifeeder SPb, Managing Director|
|17.05-17.20||Ecomomou International Shipping Agency Limited Using electronic documents for submitting preliminary information to customs in Russian Southern and Baltic sea ports Igor Murzaev, Director, Development|
|17.20-17.35||Association of importers of fruits and vegetables Impact of the customs’ requirement of preliminary information on shipping vegetables and fruits by sea Irina Kapitanova, President|
|17.35-18.00||Panel discussion Moderator Alexander Vinogradov, National Association of shipping agencies, President|
|18.00-20.00 – Networking reception in “Olivetto” restaurant lobby|
Day 2, September 20, 2019
VISITING CONTAINER TERMINAL SAINT-PETERSBURG, CITY BOAT TOUR
|Visiting Container Terminal Saint-Petersburg|
|09.00-09.30||Meeting at Crowne Plaza Ligovsky hotel at 61 Ligovsky Prospect (see the map) for bus transfer to the terminal|
|09.30-10.00||Bus transfer to the Big port of St. Petersburg|
|10.00-11.00||Visiting Container Terminal Saint-Petersburg|
|11.00-11.30||Transfer to Neva river embankment|
|Boat tour of St. Petersburg|
|11.30-12.00||Boarding the Ludmila boat (Senatskaya Pristan)|
|12.00-14.00||Networking on board the Ludmila boat, river excursion “Sea Capital”|
|14.00-15.00||Lunch in Petrusha Restaurant, 4 Konnogvardeisky Boulevard|
|15.00-15.30||Back to Crowne Plaza Hotel|
If you wish to participate:
- Delegates’ fee is 700 euro per person.
- By paying the delegate’s fee, you agree with the terms and conditions of the public offer.
- Every delegate should fill in the form below.
- Delegates book and pay for their hotel and make their travel arrangements themselves at their own expense.
- The delegate’s fee is subject to refund in case the event is cancelled by the Organizers. Should the delegate cancel his or her participation in the event, the fee paid is not refunded.
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