GreenTech 2022 is the not-to-be-missed event of the year! The conference will feature knowledgeable speakers, enriching content, networking activities, and an exhibition hall showcasing the latest technologies in sustainable maritime transportation.
Various topics and renowned speakers to relate actual experience, case studies, innovative research, new technologies, judicious partnerships… See the program for more details.
The exhibition is the place to learn about products and services designed specifically to improve the maritime industry’s environmental performance, directly from the knowledgeable representatives.
And that’s not counting the Barista Bar!
A special moment to recognize Green Marine’s certified participants and network in a relaxed setting.
|Early bird*||Regular rate|
|Green Marine member||$650||$750|
|Other than member||$750||$850|
|Students / Environmental group / NGO representatives||$275||$325|
*These early-bird rates are valid until April 15, 2022.
GreenTech will take place with the health standards in force at the time of the event. Please note that the appropriate hygiene measures will be implemented in accordance with the regulatory requirements that apply in June 2022. Thank you for your comprehension.
The Montreal Port Authority celebrated 50 years of container shipping in 2017. The port’s five container terminals accommodated 1.6 million TEUs in 2020 (the latest annual data available). See how these containers are moved with the latest equipment and find out about the port’s plans for the future.
(A maximum of 50 people)
As a hub for dry bulk cargo handling, the Port of Montreal is a vital gateway for many types of commodities, including raw materials such as iron ore and various minerals, road salt, gypsum, gravel, and raw sugar. The 12 dedicated berths in Montreal and Contrecoeur give the port a competitive advantage in shipping dry bulk cargo. Find out how 8.4 million tonnes of it were handled in 2020.
(A maximum of 50 people)
Visit the St. Lawrence Seaway Management Corporation’s offices to learn more about St-Lambert Lock’s control centre, discuss its operations with knowledgeable people, and see its state-of-the-art hands-free mooring equipment up close. Hands-free mooring has dramatically reduced human on-the-job risks. It also has significantly increased efficiency, which is resulting in vessels taking less time and fuel to navigate the Seaway system.
(A maximum of 20 people)