13 September 19

BILOG 2019 – The sustainable, connected and resilient road to 2030

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BILOG 2019 – The sustainable, connected and resilient road to 2030 – European and Regional perspectives.

 


The Forum will analyze both the regional and European dimension, giving the possibility to improve the knowledge about EU Transport Policy and EU investments on transport and maritime sector, highlighting the importance of the cohesion between all the players of the logistics chain. In the wake of the first event, the second appointment with BiLOG will be held in La Spezia on  October 16th and 17th 2019 at the LaSpeziaExpò exhibition complex.

Also this year, the idea is to organize an event that starts from the most local needs to reach the comparison with the different European realities. Thus a panel was conceived that included all the different needs of the maritime and logistics world. The theme of the event is well described by the three components chosen to define its title and which represent focal points for the development of trans-European transport networks: sustainability, resilience, and connection. The forum will analyze both the regional and European dimension, giving the possibility to improve the knowledge of the EU Transport Policy and of the EU investments in the transport and maritime sector, underlining the importance of cohesion between all the players of the logistics chain.

MAIN TOPICS of this year edition:

Below you can find the event programme:

 

DRAFT AGENDA

Wednesday, 16 October 2019
09h30 – 17h45
Opening Session: Maritime and logistics facing the 2030 trends 

Welcome speech by Carla Roncallo, President of La Spezia-Marina di Carrara Port Authority, by the President of the Region, by the Mayor of the City of La Spezia and by Patrizia Barbieri, Mayor of  the City of Piacenza 
Key note speech: Iveta Radičová the EU Coordinator for the Mediterranean Corridor

Container and logistic market challenges
•    Alessandro Panaro – SRM
•    Daniele Testi – La Spezia Container Terminal
•    Tarros, mediterranean logistics solutions – Danilo Ricci – Tarros
•    Relevance and future developments of the Piacenza logistics sector in the Italian context – Andrea Bardi – ITL

Round Table: Looking to the maritime and shipping sector in 2030. How to boost competitiveness safeguarding a sustainable and resilient future 
Key note speech: Axel Wenblad – WWF
•    Matteo Gasparato – President of UIR
•    Stefano Messina – Assarmatori President
•    Zeno D’Agostino – ESPO
•    Christian Colaneri – RFI

WestMed Conference on Blue Growth

Round Table: The new TEN-T Regulation and the CEF 2 opportunities
•    PTSCLASS introduction on Horizon Europe CEF 2
•    Wojtek Sopinski – DG MOVE
•    Jacopo Riccardi – Port area, Logistic, European Project  and Strategic Rail Infrastructures Coordinator

Rail last mile and e-logistics
•    Giancarlo Laguzzi – Fercargo President
•    Digitalisation and TAF TSI – Roberto Toscani – Binary system
•    Giuseppe Acquaro – Terminali Italia
•    TAF TSI extension to e-logisitcs – Lard Deiterling – Hacon
•    I RAIL – Lorena Sáez Carramolino – Fundacion Valencia Port
•    The role of Piacenza for future development of freight transport by rail in northern Italy – Piero Solcà – Hupac

Port Community System – the way forward 
•   Portnet and the International Fast and Secure Trade Lane approach – Tarik Maoouni – Agencie National de Ports – Morocco
•   Port of La Spezia – Federica Montaresi

Thursday, 17 October 2019
09h00 – 17h00
Round Table: La Spezia port system and the role of the Santo Stefano Dry Port

Key note speech: Pablo Hoya – Zaldesa and Europlatform
Presentation on the vision of La Spezia system (which, in addition to Santo Stefano, includes a focus on specific and distinctive skills of the local community, study presentation on employment impacts, enhancement of the National Transportation School, the role of Pontremolese)

•    Local operator delegates:
o    Alessandro Laghezza – Logistics section of Confindustria La Spezia
o    Giorgio Bucchioni – Maritime Agents President
o    Andrea Fontana – Freight Forwarders of La Spezia Port President
•    Giovanni Cassone – Customs Agency Spezia
•    Carla Roncallo – President of La Spezia-Marina di Carrara Port Authority
•    Paolo Sisti – Mayor of Santo Stefano

Enabling a more sustainable Logistics with BioLNG – SoS log 
Introduction: Daniele Testi, President of SOS-LOGistica
•    Dario Cingolani –  Business Development Director – LC3
•    Ugo Peruch – Sustainable Manager – Mutti
•    Gabriele Marin – General Manager – Air Liquide
•    Fabrizio Buffa – Gas Development Dept. Director – Iveco Italia
•    Sergio Renato Caimi – Boards of Directors Councilor – Essenza Agricola

From Smart Ships to Autonomous ships – Atena 
Introduction: Carlo Podenzana Bonvino – President of section liguria-piemonte of ATENA
•    Alessandro Concialini – CEO – Seastema
•    Vincenzo Galati – Performance Engineering Director– Carnival Corporation
•    Matteo Masi – Smart Vessels Business Development Manager – Wärtsilä

Round Table: Connected port and logistics 
•    Marco Marsili – DG TAXUD
•    Andrea Condotta – Digital Transport and Logistic Forum
•    Roeland Van Bockel – FEDERATED
•    Mikael Lind – PortCDM
•    Stephanie Kleine – Ursa Major Project Coordinator

Maritime Lawyers Session

Port of the Future
•    Beatrice D’Auria –  DocksTheFuture
•    Roberto Cinquegrani – PortForward
•    Ignacio Ubeda – Pixel
•    Domenico Lattuca –  Corealis

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