ARGENTINA - Puerto Iguazú
Host City of the XXIII Latin American Congress of Ports
"THE PIVOTAL ROLE OF LATIN AMERICAN PORTS IN THE INTEGRATION OF THE HEMISPHERE AND REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT"
The Port Community of Latin America is preparing for a new annual summit, convened by the American Association of Port Authorities (AAPA), in strategic partnership with the Sub Secretariat for Transportation , Ports, Airports and Communication Networks of the Province of Misiones, the ports of Bahia Blanca, Buenos Aires, La Plata, Madryn, Quequen and Rosario, and the Argentine Ports Council.
This event is the most important business meeting of the sector, where major port projects of the continent are presented and discussed; providing an excellent opportunity for dialogue, the exchange of ideas and experiences, and a venue to develop new business relationships among executives of port authorities, operators, service providers and maritime industry leaders.
In addition to a great business program, the location is not to be missed--the region features one of the "Seven Natural Wonders of the World" Iguazú Falls, an impressive rarity of nature designated as "World Heritage" by UNESCO, made of 275 falls of up to 70 meters height, spread in crescent shape, offering a fascinating spectacle. The venue city, Puerto Iguazu is situated at the strategic point where the Parana and Iguazu rivers converge and the borders of three countries meet: Argentina, Brazil and Paraguay.
Undoubtedly this will be one of the most memorable Latin American Congress of Ports: besides the excellent agenda with an impressive roster of speakers, the congress will provide a wide range of social activities not to be missed.
Please visit the different pages of the congress’ website where you will find all the necessary information to participate in the event that has become the quintessential annual meeting of industry leaders from the entire continent.