To mark the 135th anniversary of the Port of Lisbon, GreenPort Congress and Cruise will showcase this vital and vibrant Atlantic gateway to Europe from 18-20 October.
Port of Lisbon is the third-largest port in Portugal, visited by more than 2000 vessels every year and has a container capacity of more than 1Million TEU. Its 14 terminals, that handled more than 11 million tons in 2022, allow the port to receive different types of cargo: containers, liquid, and solid bulk and breakbulk and offers a complete network of connections with the main ports of the world. The state-of-the-art cruise terminal in 2022 saw around 500,000 passengers and 327 calls. With a unique location in the Tagus estuary, holding vast areas of Natura 2000 network, and surrounded by 11 municipalities, the port must assemble economic, social, cultural, and environmental interests.
Andrew Webster, Chief Executive of Mercator Media commented “We are pleased to announce the 2023 host of the Congress and look forward to the important insight and knowledge that Port of Lisbon will bring to the conference”.
Carlos Correia, Chairman of Board of Port of Lisbon Authority commented “to host the GreenPort Congress & Cruise conference in Lisbon is a unique opportunity to gather the port community to discuss port sustainability issues and to showcase the Portuguese practice and expertise in the transition to a greener, digitalized, and decarbonized port ecosystem”.
The 2023 conference will cover a wide range of themes including Climate Change, Green Bunkering and Offshore Renewables, Energy Efficiency, Waste Management and Circular Economy, Carbon Neutral Ports, Blue Growth, Digitalization and Innovation, and Infrastructure Development covering both the cargo and cruise segment.
The GreenPort Congress & Cruise conference brings together the whole port community and is a platform for the exchange of information on the latest in sustainable environmental practice. Experts from Port of Lisbon will be present at the conference, speaking to delegates on their current developments.
The Congress will assist maritime ports and terminals in reducing their carbon footprints whilst becoming more sensitive to environmental considerations, which is vital to their future success.
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