Ports and Terminals Luncheon

    One of our premier educational events for our members and the public, the Ports and Terminals Luncheon presents nationally recognized industry experts in a format that encourages questions and lively debate.

    On June 25, 2019, we will feature Gene Seroka, executive director of the largest port in the nation, the Port of Los Angeles. 

    POLA is the largest port in the United States and the Western Hemisphere. Mr. Seroka will describe his vision for making this thriving seaport a global model for responsible growth. He will also update us on how shifting trade patterns, progressive security measures, and upcoming environmental regulations will affect cargo flow. This will be a lively, informative, and interactive event and your chance to network with your industry colleagues.
     
    "Growing A Global Gateway: Trade, Technology, and Sustainability at the Port of Los Angeles"
    Featuring Gene Seroka, Executive Director, Port of Los Angeles
     
    WHEN: Tuesday, June 25, 2019 from 11:30 am to 1:30 pm
     
    WHERE: Scott's Seafood Restaurant, Jack London Square, Oakland CA
     
    TICKETS: Please use this form to pay by check or invoice. To pay by credit card, click here.
     
    SPONSORSHIPS: Gold, Silver, and Corporate Sponsorships are available. Please contact Susan Duran at [email protected] or 510-281-7310All event proceeds benefit PTA cadet scholarships at the California Maritime Academy.
     
    To promote candid discussions between Mr. Seroka and guests, there will be a strict attendance cap, so reserve early!

     

    Previous Ports and Terminals Luncheon speakers include:

    • Chris Koch, president and CEO of the World Shipping Council
    • Mario Cordero, executive director of the Port of Long Beach
    • Chris Lytle, executive director of the Port of Oakland
    • Rodolfo Sabonge, vice president of the Panama Canal Authority
    • John McLaurin, president of the Pacific Merchant Shipping Association
    • John Hummer, director of the Northern California region for MARAD
    • James McKenna, president of the Pacific Maritime Association
    • Walter Kemmsies, world-renown agro-economist at Moffatt & Nichol
    • Bill Mongelluzzo, senior editor of The Journal of Commerce