Latin Port Business

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+55 11 5095 0096
The pavilion Latin Port Business, hosted at TranspoQuip Latin America 2014 reflects the growing importance of ports at the event. This is due to the upcoming concessions in the sector.With an eye on the 2014 World Cup the Brazilian government is accelerating the privatization of national ports. Investments of around 40 billion BRL are foreseen. The industry is anxiously awaiting news from the government to start doing some serious business.Latin Port Business covers a broad range of port issues, aiming to represent this varied industry in its entirety. It covers the vast array of terminal operations, port logistics, safety, port construction and interior design and furnishing of passenger terminals.
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The target audience of exhibition visitors and conference delegates includes:- Construction companies- Contractors & integrators- Custom & inspection authorities- Designers, engineers, consultants & architects- Federal government- Ministry of Ports- Ministry of Transportation- Parking operators- Police, fire brigades & emergency services- Port concessionaires- Port operators- Regulation agencies- Security companies- Technical universities
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You can exhibit with a personalized stand or order a complete shell scheme. There are discounts available for those that rent an exhibition space before 31 March 2014. Contact our team for the possibilities: or +55 (11) 5095 0096.The exhibition will include products, solutions and services for the following subjects:CONSTRUCTION & MAINTENANCEAsphalt and concreteConstruction and maintenance equipmentConstruction and maintenance servicesDesignEquipment for protectionMANAGEMENT & OPERATIONSBaggage & cargo handlingControl systemsFare handlingInformation communication technologyParking & access controlPassenger handlingPublic transport systemsSimulationTelematicsTrackingSAFETY & SECURITYEmergency & warningEnforcementFencing & barriersLightingSafety & inspectionSecurity systemsSigns, signaling & markingVehicle & passenger detectionWeighing systemsUSER COMFORT & AMBIANCEBillboardsLighting, audio & videoLuggage trolleysPassenger informationPublic furniture

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