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GreenTech 2016 : the event not to miss!

February 15, 2016

Quebec City – Green Marine’s 9th annual conference is shaping up wonderfully: the preliminary program is now online and the conference promises to be a gathering not to be missed this year! GreenTech 2016 will gather the key stakeholders to work at: Mapping the future of sustainable shipping.

A glance at the preliminary program will convince you of the relevance of attending GreenTech 2016. You will have the opportunity to hear presentations on a range of topics of current strong interest to the marine transportation industry, including:

  • financial benefits of energy efficiency
  • social license to operate
  • marine fuels of the future
  • environmental risks of shipping: facts & communication
  • harmonious co-existence between ships and marine life

In addition to informative business sessions and enriching discussions, GreenTech 2016 will feature a cruise of the Port of Quebec’s facilities, the Certification Ceremony dinner, a trade show with the latest sustainability technology and innovation for the marine industry, abundant networking opportunities, and much more!

This year’s conference location in the Historic District of Old Québec, a jewel of a place designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, with a dynamic port in the heart of the city, makes GreenTech 2016 the ideal location to gather and share knowledge and best practices.

The Green Marine conference attracts the people directly involved in the marine transportation industry’s sustainability-related decisions, making GreenTech a premier occasion for marine-related organizations and enterprises to convey their sustainability, to showcase their products and services, and to ensure strong visibility for their environmental commitment. The conference offers these opportunities through the GreenTech 2016 sponsorship plan and by arranging for booth space at its annual commercial exhibition.

For more information and to register, visit the conference website.