Join the region's biggest players at TOC Middle East to assess the escalating rise in container traffic & identify your opportunities
Keynote speakers announced
DP World Mohammad Al Muallem, SVP & Managing Director – UAE Region
Saudi Ports Authority H.E. Musaed Bin Al-Drees, Administration Director General
Investment in port development in the Middle East is now close to $35 billion and this is only set to keep on rising over the next decade. The region is witnessing a rapid rise in container traffic - estimated at around 35m teu in 2020 - which has meant that local ports need to invest heavily in their infrastructure to meet these future demands.
Dubai is already a world leading centre with regards to trade and tourism and now is looking to secure its position as a key global shipping partner and maritime centre of excellence.
Book your delegate place at TOC Middle East as soon as possible to take advantage of the 'Super Early Bird' rate of just $595 (save $400)
Attend as a delegate and you can:
- Discuss the changing landscape of Middle East shipping
- Enjoy exquisite 5 star industry lunches
- Be updated on the region's mega infrastructure projects
- Network "poolside" at the evening Networking reception
- Address security & risk across the supply chain
- Join a tour of Jebel Ali
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TOC Middle East is proud to support the Lloyd's List Middle East & Indian Subcontinent Awards. The dazzling awards ceremony and dinner takes place straight after TOC Middle East on the evening of Wednesday 9 December at the Armani Hotel, Dubai.
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|"DP World is pleased to see TOC Middle East back in Dubai this year and we are confident it will play its guiding role in illuminating critical issues that influence international transport chains and shape our business in this part of the world. The region is in the midst of some serious port development with capacity likely to double over the coming years. We look forward to contributing to the success of TOC Middle East."|