Categories: a-port-information, British Ports Association, BusinessPublished On: 08.06.2021223 words1.1 min read

Get Connected: British Ports Association Connectivity Seminar

Over the past year, the British Ports Association has conducted a review into Port Connectivity, examining three core elements of connectivity including surface access, digital connectivity and energy capacity.

With Union Connectivity now being a core objective for the UK Government and their report due this Summer, the BPA has organised a short seminar to bring together key thinkers on transport connectivity on Wednesday 30 June, 10.30-12.00. This will the first in a series of sessions held throughout the year.

From last-mile connections to major infrastructure capacity, the BPA has been encouraging policymakers to realise the opportunities for better connecting our strategic hubs and regional maritime clusters.

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We are delighted to welcome Simon Chapman, Team leader – Road Investment Strategy Performance and Funding, Department for Transport; Maggie Simpson, Director General, Rail Freight Group; and Geoff Lippitt, Chief Commercial Officer, PD Ports to give their perspectives on strengthening port connectivity.

The BPA will also be presenting on the progress and findings from our ongoing Port Connectivity Review.

There will be a 30-minute Q&A session to close the webinar, where attendees will be able to submit questions to the panel.

This workshop is free to BPA members and for non-members it is £30 (+VAT). To register please click the registration button above or below.

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