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Thursday, August 18, 2016

Aug 18: Ports Panel Discussion

05:30 PM - 08:30 PM Central Standard Time

Join WTS-LA for a ports panel discussion featuring POLA, POLB and Port of Hueneme

Join WTS-LA for a ports panel discussion featuring POLA, POLB and 
Port of Hueneme
Ports evolve. They must to stay competitive. And in the next five years, the Port of Los Angeles, the Port of Long Beach, and the Port of Hueneme will spend nearly $4 billion to improve their ports and beat the competition. But how do they do that? What projects make the greatest investments? How can ports get the best bang for the competitive buck? WTS-LA wants you to know.
On August 18, WTS-LA puts you in front of major players from Southern California ports, so they explain exactly how they plan to improve their ports through current and future projects. Our evening program will include a panel discussion moderated by Eric Shen, Director, Southern California Gateway Office, Maritime Administration of the USDOT, featuring Port of Long Beach Environmental Affairs and Planning Managing Director Rick Cameron, Port of Hueneme Chief Executive Director Kristin Decas, and Port of Los Angeles Deputy Executive Director Antonio Gioiello, the WTS-LA ports program will cover a wide range of critical port improvement projects. 

Want to know what's next for Southern California ports? Join us on August 18 to hear it from the people who are driving these projects. 
Thursday, August 18
Registration: 5:30pm
Program: 6:30pm - 8:30pm
The Westin Long Beach
333 East Ocean Boulevard
Long Beach, CA 90802

Cash bar will be available.
Valet parking is $10, self-parking is $8.
WTS-LA Members: $80
Non-Member: $115 (Not a Member? JOIN NOW)
Student and Public Sector: $55
Table of Eight: $720
Public Sector Table of Eight: $440
Late Registration & Walk-ins: Additional $20
We are no longer accepting cash or mail-in checks. The preferred payment method is through PayPal upon registration. Alternatively, on the day of the event, we accept most major credit cards and checks at the door. Payment must be received before entry to the event. 
You may register and make payment online at www.wtsevents.org/chapter/la-area.

The Westin is located approximately 25 miles south of Union Station on the Blue Line in Downtown Long Beach.
The Downtown Long Beach Station is located two blocks west of the Westin Hotel.
The 1st Street Station on the Blue Line is located one block north of the Westin.

Reservations must be received by 5pm, Monday, August 15. Cancellations must be made by 5pm on August 15 in order to receive a refund. For more information about this event or WTS-LA, visit www.wtsinternational.org/losangeles.

Event Contact
Jenelle Saunders


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