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25-27 June 2013 Ahoy, Rotterdam, The Netherlands

TECH TOC Terminal Operations Conference Meet our expert speakers

Host Sponsor

Joost Achterkamp Abu Dhabi Ports Company

Gustavo Florez SPRC (Port of Cartagena)

Sebastiano ÄŒerneka Adriatic Gate Container Terminal

Simon Brett Associated British Ports

Mats Fernebrand Port of Helsingborg

David Huck Peel Ports

Nosor de Freitas Jr. Santos Brasil

Wim Dillen Port of Antwerp

Curtis Foltz Georgia Ports Authority

Boris Susmak Port of Koper

Tom Ward Ports America

Franck J. Kayser UASC

Platinum Sponsor

Global Media Sponsor

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The global forum for providers and users of container terminal technology With an annual attendance of over 2000 visitors, and with a 38-year pedigree, the Terminal Operations Conference & Exhibition has firmly established its role as the premier forum for the global port and container terminal operations, equipment and technology communities. As TOC evolves along the container supply chain, this deep heritage is not forgotten. Officially launching at TOC Europe 2013, TECH TOC is a new – yet familiar – conference concept that will connect port and terminal professionals with suppliers of equipment, technology, infrastructure and other key services. TECH TOC Conference will provide a high quality platform for all the stakeholders in port and terminal efficiency to come together, share experiences and expertise, and map out solutions to common current and future challenges.

Speakers include • Joost Achterkamp, Terminal Area Project Manager, Abu Dhabi Ports Company • Sebastiano Černeka, IT manager, Adriatic Gate Container Terminal • Mats Fernebrand, Service and Maintenance Manager, Port of Helsingborg • Gustavo Florez, Director of Operations, Port of Cartagena • Curtis J. Foltz, Executive Director, Georgia Ports Authority • Nosor de Freitas Jr., Maintenance Manager, Santos Brasil • Vaibhav Govil, Senior Project Manager, AECOM • David Huck, Head of Port Operations, Peel Ports • Amine Nebri, General Manager, Automation, Long Beach Container Terminal

Top 10 reasons to attend

• Ognjen Ruzic, Operations Manager, Adriatic Gate Container Terminal • Boris Susmak, Head of IT, Port of Koper • Tom Ward, Chief Engineer, Ports America

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Attend the world’s leading Terminal Operations Conference at no cost!

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Hear from 10 different leading terminal operators and listen to their plans, priorities and challenges

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Learn how Terminal Intelligence and Big Data are revolutionising cargo handling operations

• Dr.-Ing. Mathias Dobner, Executive Vice President, Terex Port Solutions • Lars Fredin, Vice President and Head of Business Unit Lift Trucks, Konecranes • Robert Inchausti, Chief Technical Officer, Navis • Allan Jones, International Terminal Solutions • Alex Le Clef, Managing Director, Leghorn-Perfra • Dr. Leif Meier, Senior Consultant, RBS EMEA

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Update your knowledge on latest advances in terminal equipment and technology

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Network with 100s of fellow port and terminal professionals

• Larry Nye, Senior Vice President, Moffatt & Nichol

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NEW! Attend in-depth break out workshops run by leading terminal experts

• Michael Panosh, General Manager, International, Mainpac

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Quiz your suppliers on the tough questions that matter to you

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• Lars Meurling, Vice President & Marketing Director, Bromma Conquip • Daniel Pagac, Director, Product Management, Kalmar • Christian Raux, Sales Manager, Luceor • Michael Richter, Senior Automation Specialist, Moffatt & Nichol • Ronald Robinson, Regional Vice President, Tideworks Technology • Yvo Saanen, Managing Director, TBA BV

Discover how to meet today’s demands for higher levels of productivity, efficiency, safety and sustainability

• Diego Sanchez, Product Manager & ASC & ERTG Group Coordinator, Cavotec

Find out which new technologies will reduce your costs and create new efficiencies in your business

• Holger Schuett, CEO, ISL Applications

10 Join in the debate on container weighing – how

will future regulations affect your terminal?

• Christian Schneider, Technical Coordinator - Simulation, Liebherr-Werk Nenzing GmbH • Elvio Simonetti, Sales & Marketing Director, Gaussin Port Equipment • Sung-ook Sul, Senior Manager of Simulator Team, Total Soft Bank


Tuesday 25 June | Day 1 08:00

14:40-15:00 PAPER 3: UTLISING RFID SEALS FOR EHANCED TERMINAL OPERATIONS & SECURITY

Registration Desk Opens

10:30-13:00 STATE-OF-THE INDUSTRY DEBATE: A VISION OF THE FUTURE ISSUES, CHALLENGES AND OPPORTUNITIES IN MANNED AND UNMANNED TERMINALS

Organised by the Port Equipment Manufacturers Association

This fast-paced interview-style forum offers attendees the chance to hear from, and quiz, leading suppliers of terminal handling equipment and systems. In a new format, this year’s debate will focus on two key areas:

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End of PEMA Forum

13:00-14:00

Networking Lunch Break Visitors to the TECH TOC conference can purchase lunch from the catering area.

Key learning points: f Advantages of simulator-based training for port and terminals f The capabilities of advanced simulator training f A unique approach to optimise safety, costs and productivity

Presented by:

15:20-15:50

Networking Coffee Break Visitors to the TECH TOC conference can purchase lunch from the catering area.

Key learning points: f Get an understanding of the added value of Automated Straddle Carriers f Hear a real-life case study from commercial use in Brisbane f Understand when you should consider them for your terminal

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Key learning points: f Discover the technical solution available for a RTG electrification Busbar including drive in system and cable reel with plug connection f Evaluate the technical challenges for the RTG solution

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16:10-16:30 PAPER 6: RTG AUTOMATION

14:20-14:40 PAPER 2: ACHIEVEING ENVIRONMENTAL BENEFITS WITH HYBRID REACH STACKERS Key learning points: f Learn how hybrid reach stackers can reduce fuel consumption f Hear how energy generated from braking and load lowering is stored for later use f Understand why quicker response times and higher acceleration can be achieved

Presented by:

15:50-16:10 PAPER 5: A STEP FORWARD IN ERTG ELECTRIFICATION

14:00-14:20 PAPER 1: ENHANCING PRODUCTIVITY THROUGH AUTOSTRADS: EXISTING AND NEW APPLICATIONS

15:50-17:10 SESSION 1 CONTINUES

14:00-15:30 SESSION 1: TERMINAL HANDLING – EQUIPMENT DESIGN & OPERATIONS

Key learning points: f Practical ways your terminal could benefit from RFID Seals f How to implement the necessary equipment f Learn ways of improving security and operations

15:00-15:20 PAPER 4: ADVANTAGES OF SIMULATOR-BASED CRANE OPERATOR TRAINING

f The unmanned facility: equipment and technology innovation for the new breed of automated terminals – greenfield sites and brownfield conversions f The manned facility: how to enhance safety, sustainability and efficiency in traditional manned terminals – existing and new facilities

Key learning points: f Pros and cons of the concept f Technology related challenges f Process related challenges

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16:30-16:50 PAPER 7: STRADDLE CARRIER TIP OVERS – PROACTIVE PREVENTATIVE MEASURES

Key learning points: f Discover innovative new ways to manage safety KPIs and identify areas of risk f Hear how real-time monitoring and visualisation tools can identify and lead to solutions to many operational issues f Learn why this approach can show you issues you didn’t even know you had!

Presented by:

NEW! CLASSROOM STYLE TECHNOLOGY MASTER CLASS

Organised by the Port Equipment Manufacturers Association

Time: 14:30-16:30, Location TBC

16:50-17:10 PAPER 8: BOOSTING PRODUCTIVITY AT SEMI-AUTOMATED CONTAINER TERMINALS

Key Features: f Attend 2 in-depth break out workshops run by terminal experts f Master Class 1: Process Automation – Identification, Locating & Sensing f Master Class 2: Safety – Machine-Machine & Man-Machine f Includes breakouts and Q&A

Key learning points: f How to carry out optimal terminal planning and methodology f How to measure and improve existing operational productivity f Trends of intelligent solutions for semi-automated terminals

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TECH TOC Participation Options

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TECH TOC Conference

• 3 day TECH TOC conference • Networking opportunities

Rate: FREE www.tocevents-europe.com/register

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TECH TOC Attendee Upgrade Package

Book this package to attend social / networking functions in addition to the TECH TOC Conference. • Luncheon & coffee breaks • Networking reception • Happy Hour drinks party • Port tour*

Rate: €195 + VAT www.tocevents-europe.com/upgrade

*Port Tour of RWG, ECT and Maasvlakte I and II. Limited places are available on a first come, first served basis. Application can commence after booking one of the packages above.


Wednesday 26 June | Day 2 10:00-11:30 SESSION 2: ACHIEVING OPERATIONAL EXCELLENCE – TERMINAL OPERATOR PLANS, PRIORITIES & CHALLENGES

14:30-16:00 SESSION 4: TERMINAL INTELLIGENCE – BIG DATA, IT & PROCESS OPTIMISATION

Key issues: f Current and future key operational goals for global terminal operators f Big ship challenge: how will operators deal with escalating ship size? f The terminal productivity battleground – defining expectations today and tomorrow

14:30-14:50 PAPER 1: HOW TO LEVERAGE BIG DATA AND TERMINAL INTELLIGENCE INTO COMPETITIVE DIFFERENTIATION

Speaker Panel:

11:30-12:00

Networking Coffee Break Visitors to the TECH TOC conference can purchase lunch from the catering area.

12:00-13:15 SESSION 3: PORT PLANNING, DESIGN & AUTOMATION – NEXT GENERATION CONTAINER TERMINALS 12:00-12:15 PAPER 1: THE GREEN PORT CHALLENGE – HOW CAN MANUFACTURERS GO TO ZERO EMMISIONS

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12:15-12:30 PAPER 2: FULL ELECTRIC TERMINALS - OUR CHALLENGE FOR TOMORROW

Key learning points: f Future trends in equipment design and terminal handling f Cost saving from electric drive technology f Terminal concepts for environmental friendly terminal designs

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12:30-12:45 PAPER 3: BUILDING STATE OF THE ART CONTAINER TERMINALS THROUGH AUTOMATION & OPTIMISATION

Key learning points: f Hear key innovations in automation f Position for success with automation and optimisation f Gain insights into the criticality of the TOS in automaton project success

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12:45-13:00 PAPER 4: LESSONS LEARNED FROM BRINGING KHALIFA PORT ONLINE

Key learning points: f Find out how the project developed from concept to completion f Learn how and why automation was implemented f Gain knowledge of delivering a huge port project

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13:00-13:15 PAPER 5: COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF HORIZONTAL TRANSPORTATION SYSTEMS

Key learning points: f Productivity and life-cycle cost savings f Better investment decisions f Environmental benefits

Presented by:

13:30-14:30

Networking Lunch Break Visitors to the TECH TOC conference can purchase lunch from the catering area.

BONUS SESSION! CLASSROOM STYLE TECHNOLOGY MASTER CLASS

Organised by Moffatt & Nichol

Time: 14:30-16:30, Location TBC

Key Features: f Introduction to FlexTerm software package, one of the world’s largest installed user bases f Hands-on training in small groups on creating and experimenting models to answer questions f Hands on demonstrations of simulation technology

Key learning points: f What are the myths and realities of Big Data? f What can be learnt from other industries? f How can we this information be applied to our industry to?

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14:50-15:20 PAPER 2: PORT OF KOPER CASE STUDY: HOW TO SUCCESSFULLY CONVERT YOUR TERMINAL OPERATING SYSTEM

Key learning points: f Hear the real-life lessons learned through a TOS conversion project f How to successfully replace an ageing TOS f Discover how to operate in a proactive rather than reactive way

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15:20-15:40 PAPER 3: TRUCK TURN PRODUCTIVITY IMPROVEMENTS THROUGH KPIs

Key learning points: f How to reduce quay and yard waiting times for truck turns f Methods for improving productivity and optimisation of yard equipment f Utilising Auto Stow strategies for different cargo distribution services and vessels characteristics Presented by:

15:40-16:00 PAPER 4: AUTOMATION AT LONG BEACH CONTAINER TERMINAL

Presented by:

16:00-16:30

Networking Coffee Break Visitors to the TECH TOC conference can purchase lunch from the catering area.

16:30-17:30 SESSION 5: TERMINAL INTELLIGENCE (PART 2) 16:30-16:50 PAPER 1: IMPLEMENTING 3G MOBILE COMMUNICATION FOR TERMINAL NETWORK CONNECTIVITY

Key learning points: f Lessons learned from implementing 3G mobile communication f Learn what motivated the switch from Wi-Fi to 3G f See how the new mobile communication standards rank in terms of cost and performance

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16:50-17:10 PAPER 2: LIVE TERMINAL PROJECT: CREATING INNOVATIVE OUTDOOR WIRELESS BROADBAND NETWORKS

Key learning points: f Lessons learned from implementing WiMESH technology f How to drive complex operations through a unique wireless broadband backbone f Understand how to improve safety and security

Presented by:

17:10-17:30 PAPER 3: CASE STUDY: BUILDING THE INTEGRATED TERMINAL FROM AN ASSET MANAGEMENT EXPERIENCE

Key learning points: f Understand which applications should be integrated as a priority f Discover what other terminals are doing and how much they are spending f Learn why clearly defining master data sources is critical

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Thursday 27 June | Day 3 10:30-12:30 CONCURRENT SESSION: CONTAINER WEIGHING – PREPARING FOR THE FUTURE

Key issues: f Shippers, carriers, ports, terminals – who bears the ultimate responsibility for container weighing accuracy?

Speaker Panel:

10:30-12:00 CONCURRENT SESSION: OPTIMISED EQUIPMENT CONTROL

Session topics: f Intelligent RTG Dispatching f Optimised processes by ‘Grandmasters’ of terminal operation f ALP (Automated Lashing Platform) dispatching f Process Automation: Information drives efficiency

Speaker Panel:


What the industry says about TOC Europe

This was the first time I attended a TOC event and I was impressed with the organisation. The opportunity to meet with so many colleagues and peers in the industry in the span of a few days is priceless

The conference was a good opportunity to meet most of our port and terminal vendors at one place over a couple of days

TOC CSC: Europe puts together trendy topics with the right speakers and has the right attendance

TOC is a great platform for the exchange of ideas that will help our industry continue to grow and evolve in the years ahead

The event is a great place to meet all the leading participants of our industry. The conference covered a vast geographical spread and the speakers selected were the best representation of each region

It was a privilege to be there with so many high level industry professionals and interact with them. It was a very successful conference

What else you will see at TOC Europe PORT TECHNOLOGY EXHIBITION

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BULK PORTS & TECHNOLOGY EUROPE BULK 25-26 June PORTS & TECHNOLOGY

Handling bulk cargoes quickly, efficiently and cleanly

TOC Container Supply Chain: Europe is the global showcase for the international container port and shipping communities to gather on an annual basis to learn, debate and network while also discovering the latest cutting edge technology available to modern day ports in the exhibition.

Co-located with the TOC Europe Exhibition, Bulk Ports & Technology Seminar is free-to-attend for everyone wanting to keep up to date with the latest innovations in dry bulk shipping, handling and port technology. Bulk ports and terminals are vital components of global supply chains. As bulk commodities are shipped over greater distances from source to destination, large commodity carriers need to be loaded and discharged more efficiently while also minimising a port’s environmental impact.

Equipment and technology on display: 3 terminal operating systems spreaders 3 grabs 3 trailers 3 drives 3 3 automation 3 repair & maintenance 3 tyres cables 3

Speakers include: • • • • •

Tim Borteel, Euroports Simon Brett, Associated British Ports Sergi Gomez Casas, InterBulk Group Wim Dillen, Port of Antwerp Dr. George K. Vangelas, Thessaloniki Port Authority S.A. • Arjen van Bruchem, Royal HaskoningDHV • Andreas Müller, Liebherr

and many more…

• David Trueman, DBIS • Emma Yeon, Total Soft Bank • Prof.dr.ir. Gabriel Lodewijks, Delft University of Technology • Yazi Fletcher, Chief Technical Officer, Phoenix Products Company • Kaushik Jadhao, TBA • Laurence Jones, TT Club

Available Sponsorship Opportunities TECH TOC Conference Head Sponsor

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Price: £7,995

Contact our sales team to discuss sponsorship opportunities

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Price: £5,995 Sean Deane Event Manager T: +44 (0)20 7017 4391 M: +44 (0)7825 626488 E: sean.deane@toc-events.com

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Price: £5,995 Ben Walshe Senior Sales Executive T: +44 (0)20 7017 7157 M: +44 (0)7527 850388 E: ben.walshe@toc-events.com


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