After two successful editions of the Latin America Port Expansion Summit in Peru & Colombia; Lnoppen will host its 3rd edition this time in Mexico.
Mexico, being almost a continent on itself, has always been on the forefront with regards to new initiatives in the port sector and its commitment to free trade and port development .
At the launch of the new USD525 million APM Terminals-operated facility at Lazaro Cardenas, President Pena Nieto said Mexico was well on its way to doubling throughput from the 260 million tons a year handled at its ports when he took office in 2012.
With 92 ports and 15 terminals, upgrades, expansions and new projects are continuously being developed.
At the 3rd Latin America Port Expansion Summit; government officials, investors, port authorities and port & terminal operators will go in discussion with consultants, architects, construction companies, equipment providers and service groups, in order to better explore the market and support the project development.