Post Conference : Cape Town, combining port development and waterfront

Gala Dinner Evening

Under the presidency of
 
Schedule : 20:00 - 23:00
Shuttle : 19:00 from the official hotels
Location : Sibaya Casino
Address : 1 Sibaya Drive, Umhlanga Rocks 4320

Cultural evening

Under the presidency of Mike MABUYAKHULU, Provincial
Member of the Executive Council

 
Schedule : 20:00 - 22:30
Shuttle : 19:00 from the official hotels
Location : Moyo - Ushaka Marine World
Address : 1, King Shaka Avenue, The Point District

Mayoral Reception

Under the presidency of James NXUMALO, Mayor of Durban
 
Schedule : 19:00 - 20:30
Shuttle : 18:00 from the official hotels
Location : Aquarium - Ushaka Marine World
Address : 1, King Shaka Avenue, The Point District

Foreword

Plenary Session 3 : Durban, a competitive port and a dynamic city in the Indian Ocean

Post-Conference Cape Town, 6/8 November 2014

Cape Town, combining port development and waterfront

Make the most of your trip to South Africa by discovering – jointly with AIVP – the unique and emblematic city of Cape Town. When we leave Durban on Thursday 6 November at 6:00 PM, we will travel to Cape Town on flight BA 6306. The flight is due to arrive at 08:10 PM and we will travel directly to the Cullinan Hotel Cape Town.
On Friday 7 November, there will be working meetings with the Cape Town municipal authorities, the port authorities and the managers of the Victoria and Alfred Waterfront. These privileged meetings with local actors will be completed by technical visits on Friday 7 and Saturday 8 November, which will give you a chance to discover the port installations, the fabulous Table Bay, and – naturally for AIVP – the famous waterfront with its shops, public spaces and marinas. The visits and meetings will be held in English and French.

Official Closing

Official Opening

With the participation of :

Jean Pierre LECOMTE, President of AIVP

Tau MORWE, Chief Executive Officer, Transnet National Ports Authority, South Africa

James NXUMALO, Mayor of Durban , eThekwini Municipality, South Africa

Wrap-up and Conference Conclusion

Plenary Session 5 : Smart Port, Smart City, how to match performance to challenge ?

Workshop 6 : What dialogue tools are available to the Citizen Smart Port ?

Workshop 5 : Energy transition, the industrial challenge of the Enterprise-driver Smart Port

Workshop 4 : Urban Smart Port : spatial optimisation, density and mix

Workshop 2 : Logistical organisation, the key for an Enterprisedriver Smart Port anchored in its territory

Workshop 3 : The Citizen Smart Port is built jointly with the inhabitants

Workshop 1 : Anticipating consequences of global challenges with an Urban Smart Port

Plenary Session 4 : Smart Port, Smart City : how to match performance to challenge ?

Plenary Session 2 : Tools and good practices to built the Smart Port City

Plenary Session 1 : Building a Smart Port City for today and tomorrow

Key Note Speech