CMP to host Port Finance International

CMP is set to host the Port Finance International Baltics conference on 6th and 7th April. The two-day conference attracts participants from around the world, with port financing and economics at the top of the agenda.

"We have agreed an exciting programme with PFI, and we want to take this opportunity to invite participants to visit our latest project Norra Hamnen (Northern Harbour) in Malmö, and to explain a bit about future developments on the Copenhagen side, including a new bulk terminal, a new cruise terminal, and, potentially, a container terminal," says Eske Madsen-Østerbye, CFO at CMP and host for the event.

"We believe all these projects will play an important part in CMP's future development and in the future expansion of trade and transport in the Baltic region."

Topics on the agenda include EU support to port projects in the Baltic region, development of intermodal transport in Russia, and reducing the negative environmental impact from the shipping industry. In addition to port authority representatives, the conference also aims to attract key figures from the finance sector and shipping and transport companies, as well as those involved in infrastructure development.

Find out more at www.portfinanceinternational.com.


 

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