Port of Baku is participating in the Black and Caspian Seaports and Shipping 2022 Exhibition and Conference hosted by APM Terminals Poti in Shekvetili, Georgia on April 5-7, 2022
Black and Caspian Seaports and Shipping 2022 Exhibition and Conference is attended by more than 150 high-ranking government officials, industry leaders, scientists, leading cargo shippers in the region, cargo owners, logistics companies, ports, terminal operators, railways from the countries along the Black and Caspian corridors paths.
Baku International Sea Trade Port CJSC (Baku Port) is also participating in this major annual international transport exhibition and conference, which aims to strengthen regional and global links in the transport, logistics and supply chain. The event provides a unique opportunity for 30 exhibitors and sponsors to network and promote their services.
A memorandum of partnership was signed today between Port of Baku and Uzbekistan Railways. It was signed by Mr. Eugene Seah, Chief Operating Officer of Port of Baku, and Mr. Umidulla Ibrahimov, Chief of the General Directorate for Logistics Development and Digitization. Both officials stressed that the agreement will further strengthen the role of both companies in the region.
Black Sea Ports and Shipping is the largest annual Container Ports and Terminal Operations Exhibition and Conference in the Black Sea region. In the two-day Conference Program, 25 world-class transport and logistics speakers will address the major challenges facing global and regional trade and investment.