APLA will reopen its doors on June 6 and 7, 2023 at the Sheraton Buenos Aires Hotel & Convention Center

May 25, 2023

Buenos Aires will host the 25th Latin American Logistics Meeting.

This event has become an unparalleled venue for updating on trends, strategies and technologies in the logistics of the petrochemical and chemical industry.

Throughout these 25 years, the logistics meeting has become the perfect occasion for the exchange of best practices and the generation of new business opportunities, as well as a valuable generator of professional relationships among peers, customers and suppliers.

The petrochemical and chemical industry is undergoing constant change, in line with the global trend towards greater regionalization of production. In this sense, the integration of Latin America is key in the region's exit strategies from the crisis.

In addition, sustainability in the supply chain is becoming increasingly important in corporate policies. Infrastructure challenges, the availability of maritime, road and rail transport, as well as the historical highs of ocean freight rates are key issues to analyze the sector.

In this context, the logistics meeting organized by APLA will present a 2-day agenda in which relevant thematic axes will be addressed, with accurate and updated information by industry experts and leading companies in the sector. Besides, there will be a technical visit to the Odfjell Terminal in Zárate/Campana.

This event provides an excellent opportunity for professionals to meet and update on process improvements, new technologies, digitalization and industry trends.

Take advantage of the opportunity to register at a preferential fee until May 12.

Learn more about the program and register here:  https://cvent.me/Ywz4B0?RefId=landing


  • Growth: Due to the participation in conferences and workshops by distinguished speakers.
  • Opportunity: By obtaining tools and knowledge to optimize supply chain strategies by increasing productivity and reducing costs and time.
  • Inspiration: By encouraging best professional practices that build a positive impact on economic, human and environmental aspects.


  • Supply Chain, Operations and Logistics, Purchasing and Commercial Executives of the Petrochemical and Chemical Industry.
  • Companies producing and distributing petrochemical and chemical products.
  • Importing and exporting companies.
  • Logistics service providers.
  • Port terminals and logistics operators.


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