June 17th 2021, 6:00AM – 7:00AM
GREEN TRANSITION III
As the world continues to grapple with its carbon footprint and with 2021 likely to be the world’s second hottest year according to the UN, there are now calls for a quantum leap in decarbonisation across all industries and sectors. With regulations increasing and environmental consciousness growing, it is important for the port and terminal industry to evolve and adapt to the newest technology and reach the industry’s goal of zero emissions operations.
While aware of the pressing need to decarbonise their activities, the road towards that end is still unclear. Operationally this provides several logistical and financial obstacles for an industry in need of harmonizing its decarbonisation efforts.
Key talking Points:
- Balancing compliance with environmental regulatory requirements and profitability
- How will port infrastructure evolve to run on alternative energy sources?
- Switching from linear to circular economy: What are potential strategies for ports & terminals?
- Becoming a sustainable port: Delivering environmental, economic and social benefits to local communities
DRIVING TOWARDS ZERO – A ROAD TOWARDS FULL ELECTRIFICATION
David Arsenault, CEO, Effenco
IMPLEMENTING FUEL CELL TECHNOLOGY IN MOBILE CONTAINER HANDLING EQUIPMENT
Jan-Willem van den Brand, Director Global Market Development Big Trucks, Hyster
Willem Nieuwland, Big Truck Program Manager, Hyster
STEPS TOWARDS CARBON NEUTRAL OPERATION IN CONTAINER TERMINALS
Timo Alho, Director, Product Management, Kalmar
FACING FUTURE CHALLENGES WITH ECOLIFTING SOLUTIONS
Håkan Andersson, Commercial Product Manager for Reach stackers & Heavy Forklifts, Konecranes Lift Trucks
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