The provisional programme for this year’s GreenPort Cruise & Congress is now available and it seeks to help operators clean up their operations and save time and money in the process.

This year’s event, called ‘Profiting from green initiatives’, is hosted by the Port of Valencia

This year’s event, called ‘Profiting from green initiatives’, is hosted by the Port of Valencia and will include one day of cruise presentations on 16 October, followed by two days of Congress, from the 17 to 18 October.

Delegates will be able to join fellow port authorities, terminal operators and policymakers at GreenPort Cruise, which will focus on port-city relationships and the importance of partnerships. Talks include: Planning for the future and meeting the specialist requirements of the cruise sector and port reception facilities.



GreenPort Congress will kick off with a session covering the upcoming policy measures affecting ports, terminals and shippers with speakers including Isabelle Ryckbost from ESPO and Antonis Michail from the International Association of Ports and Harbours,

This will be concluded with a roundtable discussion covering among other topics, translating green Initiatives into a profit.

The first day of the Congress will conclude with an interactive session entitled ‘You can’t manage what you can’t measure’, in order to exchange views and experience on the measurement and reduction of air pollution and GHG emissions.

Day two of the Congress will cover topics including responsible supply chains and advances in green technology.

There is just one month left to book your place using the 20% early bird discount. Visit and enter code ‘early’ at the checkout or call the Mercator Media events team on +44 1329 825335.


Source: Greenport