High praise has come from participants in the Multi-purpose Operations Best Practices for Success Study Terminal Tour which wrapped up at the Kingston Wharves Seaport Terminal in Jamaica on April 22.
The Caribbean Shipping Association, CSA, as part of its training mandate provided its members with an opportunity to expose their employees to best practice operations through this Terminal Exchange opportunity. The CSA and the host port partnered to offset costs associated with hotel accommodation, daily lunches and transportation between the hotel and training facilities, as well as delivery of the training course in Kingston. Participants only had to arrange their airfare.
The Caribbean Shipping Association (CSA) in collaboration with the Canaveral Port Authority is pleased to open registrations for its 15th Caribbean Shipping Executives, Conference.The Conference will be hosted in the quaint and eclectic county of Cocoa Beach, Florida at the Hilton Hotel & Resorts.
A line-up of high-profile speakers has been confirmed for the CSA’s 15th annual Caribbean Shipping Executives’ Conference being held May 16th – 18th in Cocoa Beach, Florida. The event will take its usual panel discussion and plenary meeting format, where able and qualified panellists will steer business leaders in thought-provoking discourse on the latest developments and plans affecting shipping and logistics in the Caribbean.
Barak Obama’s journey to Havana in recent days signals advancing rapprochement with the United States after some 55 years of economic sanctions which have impeded the development of trade between Cuba and the rest of the world. While thawing relations between the two countries present obvious opportunities for Cuba, there may be a whirlwind of untapped business potential for discerning investors seeking to benefit from first-mover advantage in the post-embargo era. For businesses looking to explore, develop and deepen commercial ties with Cuba, the time may very well be NOW!