05 - 07 April, 2020 | Madinat Jumeirah, Dubai, UAE

The only city infrastructure show bringing together global visionaries, city planners and key stakeholders working on major infrastructure projects 

Karim Omran

Commercial Director Red Sea Gateway Terminal

With over 15 years’ experience in the container terminal management business, Karim is responsible for the Commercial and Communication department focusing on building value-added solutions to RSGTs Customer Supply Chain, Customer Relations, Branding, and Media.

Port Development Middle East Forum Day One: Monday, 6 April 2020

Monday, April 6th, 2020

10:30 AM PANEL DISCUSSION: Seaports at the forefront of World Economic Corridors

GCC ports are moving towards a ‘one-stop-shop’ bureaucracy and integrating with free zones for immediate and easy access to seaport. With good infrastructure, efficiency and custom-free trading zones and no foreign ownership restrictions, port authorities are taking measures to stay relevant with customer demands and efficient solutions. In addition to this, UAE’s Khalifa Port, Oman’s Duqm, Saudi Arabia’s Jizan, East Africa’s Djibouti, and Egypt’s Port Said and Ain Sokhna will be the key projects that China will be developing in building the BRI in the Middle East.

  • Addressing legislation, commercialisation, expansion and financing models
  • Seaports as gateways and economic corridors shaping supply chain economy; upcoming integration
  • Ports as gateways to facilitate trade, engagement and regional growth and foster global partnerships
  • The economic impact of corridor investments to international trade
  • Generating economic benefits and efficiencies or maximising traffic volumes
  • The reality, opportunities and challenges facing seaport gateways and corridors now and in the future
Panellists:

Reserved for Shuwaikh Port
Reserved for Port of Duqm