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HIGH-LEVEL SEMINAR ON LOGISTIC TRAINING NEEDS IN THE MEDITERRANEAN PARTNER COUNTRIES IN THE CONTEXT OF THE LOGISMED NETWORK

23rd and 24th November 2010 Casa Llotja de Mar, Barcelona

LOGISMED HIGH-LEVEL SEMINAR


PROGRAM 23rd November 2010

15:00 – 15:20 Opening Session Moderator: Claudio Cortese,Director; European Neighbour and Partner Countires Department , European Investment Bank (EIB) Miquel Valls, President, Barcelona Chamber of Commerce, Industry and Navigation, and Vicepresident, Association of the Mediterranean Chambers of Commerce and Industry (ASCAME) Manel Nadal, Secretary for Mobility, Department of Town and Country Planning and Public Works (PTOP), Government of Catalonia Senén Florensa, General Director, European Institute of the Mediterranean (IEMed) 15:20 – 16:00 Seminar presentation EIB’s “LOGISMED Network” initiative: Manuel Fernández Riveiro, Senior Transport Economist, European Investment Bank (EIB) Roel Höenders, Responsible of Transport, DG AIDCO A3 - Centralised operations for Europe, the Mediterranean and Middle-East, European Commission Zeynep Kaleli, Chief of Staff, Transport and Urban Development Division, Union for the Mediterranean The situation of the logistics and transport sector in the Mediterranean Bassin: Saki Aciman, General Director, Centre for Transportation Studies for the Western Mediterranean (CETMO)

16:00 – 18:30 Education requirements for the different categories of logistic specialists: the view of logistics operators and the industrial sector Moderator: Jean-André Lasserre, Research Manager, Association for the Development of Education in Transport and Logistics (AFT.IFTIM), France The education component of LOGISMED: Delphine Dubreuil, Consultant, CATRAM Consultants, France The training needs of logistic operators: Maud Katzmann, North Africa Manager, Transglory, Spain LOGISMED HIGH-LEVEL SEMINAR

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J. Rod Franklin, Vice President, Product Development and Green Innovation, Kühne+Nagel Management AG, Switzerland Luis Bernadino, Commercial Director, LOGZ - Atlantic Hub SA, Portugal 17:00 – 17:30 Coffee Break The needs of industry and agrobusiness: Omar Aloui, Director, Agro-concept, Morocco Abdellah Benmaarouf, General Director, National Society of Road Transports (Group SNTR), Algeria Houssam Kobayter, Vice President, Tripoli Chamber of Commerce, Lebanon

18:30 –19:00 The needs for logistic education structures in the Mediterranean countries seen from a global perspective Monica Alina Mustra, Trade Facilitation and Logistics Specialist, Global Facilitation Partnership Coordinator, International Trade Department, World Bank 20:00 – 22:00 Dinner 24th November 2010

9:30 – 10:45 Education requirements for the different categories of logistic specialists: the public administrations view Moderator: Mustapha El Khayat, President, Moroccan Logistics Association (AMLOG), Morocco Mohamed Ali Ibrahim, Dean, College of international transport and logistics, Arab Academy for Science and Technology and Maritime Transport (AASTMT), Egypt Abdeladim Bénallègue, Consultant, Former General Director of Transports, Algeria Eduard Rodés, Director, Short-Sea Shipping School, Spain 10:45 – 11:10 The European experience in logistic education and possible actions to satisfy the needs of the Mediterranean partner countries (MPC) Marcello Scalisi, Executive Director, Mediterranean Universities Union (UNIMED)

11:10 – 11:20 The activities of the Marseilles Centre for Mediterranean Integration (CMI) and the Logismed initiative Ioannis Kaltsas, Head of Institutional & Policy Unit, European Investment Bank (EIB)

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11:30 – 12:00 Coffee Break

12:00 – 14:00 Roundtable on LOGISMED education network Open debate: Advantages for education of working in network. For which levels? Education and logistic platforms. The location of education centres and the integration of logistic training in the public education system. Contents of the study to be launched by Marseille Centre for Mediterranean Integration under the sponsorship of the European Investment Bank. Moderator: Mateu Turró, Professor of Infrastructures for Transport, Polytechnic University of Catalonia (UPC), Spain 14:00 – 14:30 Conclusions and closing session Conclusions: Mateu Turró, Professor of Infrastructures for Transport, Polytechnic University of Catalonia (UPC), Spain

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PARTICIPANTS

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Omar Akili, Sales & Logistics Management, la Tunisienne Road transport, Group Ben Aïssa, Tunisia

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Mats Karlsson, Director, Centre de Marseille pour l'Intégration de la Méditerrannée, France

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Alicia Casart Hualde, Technician, Department of Infrastructures Study Service, Barcelona Chamber of Commerce, Industry and Navigation, Spain

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Khaled Guedouari, General Director, AGEFAL (Group SNTR), Algeria

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Geeda Haddad, Program Assistant, Logismed, European Investment Bank (EIB)

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Sadam Ahmad Suleiman Hajahjeh, Transport & logistics manager, Jordan

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Enrica Marinari, External Relations, Short-Sea Shipping School, Spain

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Mouldi Meddeb, General Director, Transit Import Export (TRIMEX), Algeria

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Tammam Nakkash, Managing Partner, Team International, Lebanon

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Concha Palacios Robles, Administration Responsible, Short-Sea Shipping School, Spain

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Michail Papathanasiou, Key Port Environmental Expert of MEDAPartners ltd, Greece

MoS-II, Ove ARUP &

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Ignasi Ragàs, General Director, Logistics Centres of Catalonia (CIMALSA), Spain

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Joan Rodríguez Serrat, Director, Department of Economic Development and Trade, El Prat de Llobregat City Council, Spain

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Samir Sahnoun, Director, General Transport International (G.T.I), Tunisia

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Marta Sánchez Borràs, Project manager, Centre for Innovation in Transport (CENIT), Spain

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Alexandre Simonin, ACO Consulting, France

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Hervé de Tarade, Project Manager, I.S.S, France

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Ramón Vilardell, Director, SENER Engineering and Systems, Spain

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/TL_Agenda_Barcelona2010  

http://www.cmimarseille.org/_src/TL_wk1/TL_Agenda_Barcelona2010.pdf

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