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NOVEMBER 19-20, 2014 LONDON, ENGLAND "EXCELLENT SEMINAR." "Very good first seminar! THIS TOPIC HAS GREAT POTENTIAL." "The seminar was VERY INFORMATIVE and I would attend again." "THIS WAS A GREAT PROGRAM. I have been dealing with this in litigation for several ports and this was invaluable." "The Seminar gave a good overview of what issues the industry is faced with and some FOOD FOR THOUGHT ON STEPS TO IMPROVE THE OVERALL PERFORMANCE AT THE TERMINALS." PRAISE PORT PRODUCTIVITY SEMINAR FOR THE 2013 E V E N T S P O N S O R S PREVIEW OF CONFERENCE TOPICS AWARDS PRESENTATION for Top 3 Ports and Terminals in North America and Europe, based on JOC Port Productivity Data rankings CONTAINER TRADE OUTLOOK: Higher Growth could Further Complicate Productivity Roundtable Discussions on REGIONAL PORT PERFORMANCE ISSUES IN NORTH AMERICA SHIPPER ROUND TABLES: What's at Stake for Beneficial Cargo Owners? LABOR & MANAGEMENT QUESTION AND ANSWER SESSION: How Labor Contracts Impact Terminal Productivity in North America MEGA SHIPS, Taking Inventory of What's Coming PANEL DISCUSSION: How Terminals are Pursuing Productivity Improvements CASE STUDY: Collaborating to Achieve a Breakthrough in Berth Productivity

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