3:30 Breakout Sessions (choose one)
Port Security and Technology
4:30 International Reception
5:30 WTCI Highlights and Tribute-Toast to Helen Bentley
Deb Kielty, President, World Trade Center Institute
Harold Adams, Chairman Emeritus, RTKL; President, HLA, LLC
5:45 State of the Ports Address
Pete Rahn, Maryland Secretary of Transportation
6:00 Embassy Wine Tasting
December 6, 4:30-7:00PM
World Trade Center Baltimore
401 East Pratt Street
Baltimore, MD 21202
Being able to move the billions of dollars worth of cargo through the Port of Baltimore each year efficiently and securely is challenging. The Port’s continued growth in many ways is predicated on new technologies which enhance the efficiency of the port while meeting the needs to maintain adequate security levels. Learn what companies are doing to meet these challenges and what opportunities exist in this exciting market.
Global and local environmental issues have become major factors into the operations of ports around the world. Situated on the world’s largest estuary, the Port of Baltimore has to balance its role as an economic engine while minimizing its impact on our state’s greatest natural asset. Learn what the Port, its carriers, and supporting companies are doing to lessen their environmental impact and the opportunities that exist in the pursuit of greening port operations.
Maryland Market Executive
Chief Technology Officer
Chief Executive Officer
Manager of Safety, Environment & Risk Management
Baltimore County Chamber of Commerce, BWI Business Partnership, Maryland Economic Development Association, Mindgrub, Montgomery County Chamber of Commerce, MyCity4Her, North Anne Arundel County Chamber of Commerce, Rockville Economic Development, Tiger Management Consulting, World Trade Center Delaware, World Trade Center Harrisburg, World Trade Center Greater Philadelphia.