Navis World Takes Place March 25-28, 2019
September 19, 2018
12th Biennial Event To Take Place From March 25-28, 2019 in San Francisco
Today, Navis announced registration is now open for customer attendees, speakers and sponsors at the company’s 12th biennial user conference, Navis World 2019. The industry-leading conference will take place from March 25-28, 2019 at The Palace Hotel in San Francisco and will provide insights on industry trends, operational best practices and demonstrate the most advanced technologies being used today to optimize terminal and supply chain processes.
Navis World 2019 will illuminate how to strengthen a maritime network that will make global trade smarter, safer and more sustainable including a more collaborative approach to daily operations and data sharing. During the three-day event, more than 400 industry leaders and decision makers will come together for informative sessions, demos and networking events around connecting the ocean supply chain.
This invite-only event will offer the opportunity for marine terminal executives, supply chain experts, directors, managers and IT personnel from around the world to present case studies on their latest innovations and operational processes. Additionally, attendees will gain valuable insights on data digitalization, learn the importance of connectivity and collaboration and hear from leading performers in the ocean supply chain about how they are working to increase productivity and efficiency.
Navis World 2019 will once again host the Navis Inspire Awards, designed to recognize and celebrate excellence across the ocean supply chain and showcase Navis customers that are driving change in the industry.
“Navis has always strived to provide our customers, partners and industry leaders with a forum to discuss new strategies for operational efficiency and keep them up to date about cutting edge industry innovations through our flagship Navis World event, ” said Benoit de la Tour, President, Navis. “As customer expectations continue to rise and digitalization and automation become more prominent in our industry, we would like to continue to lead these conversations around the future of ocean shipping.”