The BVI Ports Authority (BVIPA) is poised to host the Caribbean Shipping Executive Conference (CSEC) from May 11 to 13.
This was shared in a recent GIS Radio Report with the Executive Assistant to the BVIPA’s Managing Director Ms. Nadia Demming, who is also one of the event’s key local organisers.During the radio report interview, Ms. Demming explained the core objective of the conference, stating, “At the conference, port executives and their counterparts discuss and share information in support of the development of shipping in the region. They allow the CSA to disseminate said information and to organise technical fora for the discussion of specific ideas and methods.”
The annual conference is jointly hosted by the Caribbean Shipping Association (CSA) along with an official member. The 3-day conference will be held at the UP’s Cineplex Ballroom and BVIPA is anticipating participation by over 150 delegates.
Delegates who previously required a visa to enter the British Virgin Islands (BVI) to attend the CSA’s 14th Annual Caribbean Shipping Executives Conference (CSEC) will have the requirement waived, officials in the BVI have advised.
To benefit from the waiver delegates will need to provide the following:
- A copy of their passport information page
- Travel itinerary (airline version)
- Completed Visa Waiver Application Form.
Click HERE to access the Visa Waiver Application Form.