The logistics sector of the Petrochemical and Chemical Industry continues to adapt itself to a global trend of greater regionalization of production, in which the integration of Latin America should play a key role in strategies to get out of the crisis in the region.
The challenges in infrastructure, the availability of maritime, road and rail transport, as well as historical maximum storage of maritime freight are fundamental for an analysis of the sector.
In a scenario in which sustainability in the supply chain continues in the eye of the storm, the emergence of COVID-19 together with the measures adopted by governments have left consequences in the main world economies.
In this context, the 23rd Logistic Meeting organized by APLA, the Latin American Petrochemical and Chemical Association, presents a 3-day agenda, in which it will address thematic axes that will try to give concrete and updated information by experts in the industry and leading companies in the sector .
The event will be held in a 100% virtual environment.
Being once again, an excellent opportunity for professionals to update themselves on process improvements, new technologies, digitization and industry trends.
During 3 days, you will be able to access presentations by renowned speakers and companies that will address different aspects of the challenges of the logistics sector in the era of digital transformation.
Joburg Indaba is a highly regarded and influential industry platform which attracts an unparalleled line-up of CEOs, Government, investors and industry experts who come together to debate the critical issues facing the mining sector in South Africa. Speakers discuss the current challenges and opportunities in the industry including macroeconomic and political factors, how different commodities and
The Ministry of Mines & Geology of Senegal and AME Trade Ltd are delighted to announce that the 6th edition of the Senegal International Mining Conference & Exhibition will take place from 02 – 04 November 2021 in the Hotel King Fahd Palace, Dakar, Senegal.
The event has established itself as one of the largest mining events in West Africa and is the only mining event supported by the Senegalese government dedicated to expanding the country’s mining sector.
While waiting for the 6th edition, we organised SIM Senegal Virtual Summit in January 2021, gathering 384 participants, 8 sponsors, 40 exhibitors, 31 speakers emanating from 29 countries online. The opening ceremony had the special participation of the honourable Minister of Mines and Geology of Senegal, Mr. Oumar SARR.
Senegal has a diverse portfolio of mineral resources, excellent port and road infrastructure, a skilled workforce, as well as being the financial hub of Francophone West Africa. Investing in Senegal is a sure choice.
SIM Senegal 2021 will concentrate on new developments and investment for further growth and expansion of the Senegalese mining sector.