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07 December 2022
AAPA Latino Congress in Santos breaks record for number of attendees and raises key challenges for the region's ports
Port event gathered more than 800 attendees during three days and allowed for an in-depth review of the industry's work. Regional collaboration to address the crisis emerges as ...
26 November 2022
30 Years of AAPA LAtino: memories and challenges of one of the main Congresses for ports in the region
From November 28th to 30th, the Port of Santos will welcome more than 600 representatives of port authorities, directors, managers, executives, suppliers and leaders of the ma...
19 October 2022
Fan Fest, Tech Show and eight simultaneous visits to the Port: these are the main innovations of the AAPA Latino 2022
The 30th edition of the Ports Congress to be held from November 28 to 30 in Santos, Brazil's main port, already has more than 500 attendees registered. 110 exhibiting companies,...
31 August 2022
Integration and innovation: the driving forces to face the future of waterways and river ports in the region
A roundtable at AAPA LATINO will bring together key experts to discuss how creative solutions and a multimodal approach will facilitate dealing with crises such as disruptions a...
17 August 2022
Juan Duarte: "AAPA LATINO continues to be a leader in knowledge generation in the sector"
As an avant-garde space in the critical analysis of matters of interest for the maritime-port and logistics industry, as well as in the creation of new knowledge within the sect...
10 August 2022
AAPA LATINO 2022 will once again recognize Excellence in the Port Industry
The main continental event in the port sector will be the occasion in which the prestigious award of AAPA and the CIP-OAS will be granted, to which port complexes across the con...
03 August 2022
Digital transformation, green energies, waterways and investment projects: the main themes of the AAPA LATINO 2022
The conference agenda of the most important port meeting in the region will address the major issues that move the industry today
20 July 2022
Global disruptions and their effects: caution and future optimism in Latin America for 2022
A few months after COVID-19 pandemic began in 2020; the world soon realized the enormous impact that the health crisis would have in global economy, especially on sectors such a...
05 July 2022
Port of Santos: The Latin American giant to host the AAPA Latino 2022
With record figures in the last years, both in cargo transfer and profits, today the largest logistic pole of the continent is going through an important inflection process in v...
31 May 2022
The AAPA Latino Experience: get an inside look at the main port event of the year
On November 28 -30, the Port of Santos will welcome more than 600 port authorities, directors, managers, executives, suppliers and consultants from ports, terminals, logistics &...
04 May 2022
Port investment in Latin America: a leap towards the future competitiveness of the industry
Ambitious investment projects in infrastructure, technology and equipment are contemplated by the most important port hubs of the continent, both in the medium and long term.
07 April 2022
Digital transformation: the present and future of Latin American and Caribbean ports
Digital transformation was the focus of a new edition of #CHARLASDEPUERTO, the series of webinars organized by AAPA Latino which prepares the agenda of the XXX Latin American Co...
08 March 2022
In search of gender equity in the port sector: slowly but surely
Zulma Dinelli, President & CEO of PR PORTS LLC and General Director of AAPA LATINO, analyzes the participation of women in AAPA Latino in the period 2007-2021, evidencing the tr...
07 December 2021
The AAPA Latino sets the 2022 maritime & port agenda in an event that broke attendance records
The paradigms of the port industry in the post-pandemic era Ports used to be the place where cargoes changed modes of transport: from ship or barge to truck or train, and vice v...