2011 AAPA/NAWE/MARAD Marine Terminal Management Training Program
October 17, 2011 Long Beach, CA
This seminar is a PPM® Required Program.
If you are involved in marine terminal operations (container or non-container) at your port, then don't miss this week-long intensive training course designed to give port professionals hands-on experience and the tools necessary to excel in the industry. From overviews of marine terminal design to a day-long negotiation skills workshop, this seminar covers all the essentials.
The seminar -- hosted by AAPA, the National Association of Waterfront Employers, and the U.S. Maritime Administration -- features a diverse slate of experts. Erik Stromberg, port industry veteran, will lead the program. He will be joined by other top-level maritime industry experts in a full program of panel discussions, training sessions, and workshops. Find out how your colleagues are managing today's critical port issues!
10/17/2011 Welcome and Opening Remarks
Kurt J. Nagle, President and CEO, American Association of Port Authorities Richard Steinke, Executive Director, Port of Long Beach
10/17/2011 SESSION I: Icebreaker and Introduction to Program
Erik Stromberg, Consultant, Wilmington, NC
10/17/2011 SESSION II: Setting the Stage: Critical Issues Facing Public Ports and the Marine Terminal Industry
Kurt J. Nagle, President and CEO, American Association of Port Authorities Anthony Chiarello, President, American Shipping Group, Inc.
10/17/2011 SESSION III: Port Governance
Erik Stromberg, Consultant, Wilmington, NC Anthony Chiarello, President, American Shipping Group, Inc.
10/17/2011 SESSION IV: Trade and Economic Trends
Paul Bingham, Economic Practice Leader, Wilbur Smith Associates, a CDM company
10/17/2011 SESSION V: Continuing Evolution of Marine Terminal Design and Cargo Handling
10/18/2011 SESSION VI: Elements of Container Terminal Planning and Design
James W. Hunt, Principal, TEC Inc. Thomas A. Ward, P.E., Chief Engineer, Ports America, Inc. Ashebir Jacob, Senior Port Engineer, Moffatt & Nichol Dr. Ing. Felix Kasiske, Partner, Head of Terminal Planning & Design, HPC Hamburg Port Consulting GmbH
10/18/2011 SESSION VII: Breakbulk, Project, RO-RO Terminal Design and Operations
Ing. Dr. Kasiske David Thornburg, Director of Public Affairs, SA Recycling LLC Phil Morell, Vice President, Marine & Terminal Operations, Totem Ocean Trailer Express
10/18/2011 SESSION VIII: Green Terminal Design and Operations
10/18/2011 SESSION IX: Enterprise Risk Management -- From Loss Mitigation to Strategic Asset Management
Erik Stromberg, Consultant, Wilmington, NC Tim Van Wormer, Project Manager, Port of Portland David P. Bender, Jr., Shareholder, Anderson Kill Wood & Bender, P.C.
10/19/2011 SESSION X: The Positive and Pervasive Role of IT -- Enhancing Management and Operational Efficiencies
Douglas L. Albrecht, Director, Information Management, Port of Long Beach Lance Kaneshiro, Chief Information Officer, Port of Los Angeles Frank J. Mazzella, Director, Terminal Processes, APL, Ltd. Rich Baratta, Director of Risk Management, Port of Long Beach Tom Jacobsen, President, Jacobsen Pilot Scott Dickerson, Cyber Intelligence Manager, USCG Cyber Command
10/19/2011 SESSION XI: Terminal Safety Issues -- From OSHA to Drug Testing to Workers Compensation
10/19/2011 SESSION XIV: Managing for the Future: Optimizing Your Most Important Asset -- Your People
Margaret Huebner, SPHR, MSHRD, Director, Human Resources, Port of Long Beach Roger Moore, Principal, Smart Development, Inc. Peter Mclees, Principal, Smart Development, Inc.
10/20/2011 SESSION XV: Perspectives on the Port Industry -- From the Fourth Estate
Bill Mongelluzzo, West Coast Editor, Journal of Commerce
10/20/2011 SESSION XVI: Negotiating Strategies -- Win/Win Results in Terminal Leases and Carrier Agreements
Bruce E. Cashon, Senior Vice President & Chief Commercial Officer, Ceres Terminals Incorporated J. Chris Lytle, Deputy Executive Director & Chief Operating Officer, Port of Long Beach Nathaniel "Sam" Ruda, Director of Marine and Industrial Development, Port of Portland
10/20/2011 SESSION XVII: Surviving the Competitive Marine Terminal Industry
Bruce E. Cashon, Senior Vice President & Chief Commercial Officer, Ceres Terminals Incorporated J. Chris Lytle, Deputy Executive Director & Chief Operating Officer, Port of Long Beach Nathaniel "Sam" Ruda, Director of Marine and Industrial Development, Port of Portland Bill Mongelluzzo, West Coast Editor, Journal of Commerce