Delays in deliveries, container ships on standby, stock-outs: the pandemic has left its mark on international trade. Europeans realise how much of their economy depends on the sea and on logistics.
A global maritime logistics revolution is underway and, because of the competitive context, companies and infrastructures in the maritime world must evolve.
Land and sea transporters, as well as port and river stakeholders will have to reposition their role within a new global scheme able to ensure a worldwide fluidity of supply, whilst respecting the criteria of sustainable development.
To highlight the recent creation of the Seine Axis major River and Sea port HAROPA Port (Le Havre/Rouen/Paris), ESCP has invited specialists in the field of maritime logistics to discuss the current context and answer your questions.
- Christine Cabau Woehrel, Executive Vice President Operations and Industrial Assets CMA CGM
- Emile Hoogsteden, Vice President Commercial Port of Rotterdam Authority
- Stéphane Raison, Director General of HAROPA Port
- Francis Vallat, founding President of the French Maritime Cluster and founding President of European Network of Maritime Clusters.
Foreword : Professor Philippe Zarlowski, Scientific director of the Master of Science in International Project Management
1 February 2022, 6.30pm
ESCP République Campus
If you want to participate (Paris République Campus ) please register. here
Live on Youtube here
This event is organized with French Académie de Marine and ESCP Alumni Association
A health pass is mandatory for people who'll be present in Paris.