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Advisory Board created for 2nd GreenPort South Asia Conference

Following a very successful first event held in Mumbai in March 2013, the 2nd GreenPort South Asia Conference will again be held in Mumbai, India on 26-27 February 2014.
The first conference saw more than 110 delegates from global ports, terminal operators, shipping lines, consultants, industry organisations, consultants, manufacturers and suppliers in attendance.  As Jamie Simpson, Vice President of ICF GHK International Consultants commented “The Conference provided a good platform to increase awareness of Green Port issues and options for managing the challenges of greening the supply chain.”  In order to ensure the Conference continues to deliver content pertinent to the region it serves, an Advisory Board has now been formed and members confirmed so far include:

         Rajeeva Sinha, Director, Adani Ports and SEZ Ltd

         Vijay Kalantri, President, All India Association of Industries/Chairman, Dighi Port Ltd

    Daraius Dadachanji, COO, DP World
    Ajay Singh , CEO, DP World

         Rajiv Agarwal, CEO & Managing Director, Essar Ports Limited

         Shashank Kulkarni, Secretary General, IPPTA

         Capt. BVJK Sharma, Jt.MD & CEO, JSW Infrastructure Ltd

         Dinesh Lal, Group Director-India, A.P.Moller-Maersk
Details of additional Advisory Board members will be released shortly, as will the Call for Papers for the 2014 conference.

As well as the GreenPort South Asia Conference, Mercator Media produces the established GreenPort Congress, magazine, website and e-newsletter. GreenPort focuses on the environmental aspects of ports and terminals and how this can balance with the reality of economic demands. The objective is to provide information for senior decision makers in ports and terminals as well as the complete logistics chain, shipping lines, shippers and other stakeholders. Over the past eight years, it has a proven record of providing a valued platform for discussion and networking for all parties involved.  The company also produces a range of related market leading media brands including Port Strategy.

For further information about the 2nd GreenPort South Asia Conference, please visit, contact Isobel Roberts, GreenPort Events Manager on:  tel: +44 1329 825335, email: or contact Mohan Bhambhani, GreenPort India Representative on: tel: +91 91670 14224, email:

About Mercator Media Limited

Mercator Media Ltd is based in Fareham in Hampshire, UK. Established in 1989, the company maintains valued B2B marketplaces centred on the world’s marine infrastructure. It is experienced at creating integrated marketing strategies for clients using a range of channels including print, online, events and research. Some of Mercator’s events include: The Motorship Propulsion and Emissions Conference, Seawork International Exhibition, Icelandic Fisheries Exhibition and the Gas Fuelled Ships Conference.


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