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                                             2007/TPTWG29/PLEN/011
                                                       Agenda Item: 8




        Summary Report of Symposium on

            APEC Port Services Network



              Purpose: Information and discussion

                    Submitted by:   P. R. China
                    29th APEC Transportation Working Group Meeting
                                                     Chinese Taipei
                                                     9-13 July 2007




                      Summary Report of
      Symposium on APEC Port Services Network
                       Ningbo, China, 7-9 June 2007



       Symposium on APEC Port Services Network, proposed by China
with the co-sponsorship of Australia, Canada, and Hong Kong, China was
held in Ningbo, China on 7-9 June 2007 under the auspices of the
Ministry of Communications of the People’s Republic of China. The
Programme is attached as Annex 1.
      The Symposium was attended by participants from 17 APEC
member economies: Australia; Canada; Chile; China; Hong Kong, China;
Indonesia; Japan; the Republic of Korea; Malaysia; Mexico; Papua New
Guinea; the Philippines; Singapore; Thailand; Chinese Taipei; the United
States and Viet Nam. Participants also included representatives from
shipping, logistics and manufacturing industries, port authorities,
enterprises and other port related industries, and experts and scholars
from research and academic institutions. The List of Participants is
attached as Annex 2.
      Mr. Weng Mengyong, Vice Minister of the Ministry of
Communications, attended the Symposium and delivered a keynote
speech. The APEC Secretariat was represented by Mr. Alexander Sukhov,
Program Director for the APEC Transport Working Group (TPT- WG).
      The Symposium recalled that at the 14th APEC Economic Leaders’
Meeting held in Hanoi, Viet Nam in November 2006, Chinese President
Hu Jintao proposed an initiative on the establishment of APEC Port
Services Network (hereinafter referred to as the Network). The initiative
was unanimously endorsed by leaders at the meeting and was reflected in
the Hanoi Declaration—―We also endorsed the APEC Port Service
Network Initiative to facilitate cooperation and communication among

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ports and related sectors in APEC member economies.”
       It further recalled the Joint Ministerial Statement adopted by the
5th APEC Transportation Ministerial Meeting held in Adelaide, Australia
on 28-30 March 2007. The Statement stipulates “We recognise that
Leaders endorsed the initiative to establish an APEC Port Services
Network. This will stimulate trade and investment in the region by
integrating various sectors in shipping business, facilitate convenient and
secure freight transportation, enhance exchanges and cooperation among
ports and related sectors and promote their development, improve
efficiency and security of logistics systems. We request the Transportation
Working Group (TPT-WG) to assist in establishing the APEC Port
Service Network in a timely manner.” The Statement also supports the
Symposium as the first step in establishing an APEC Port Services
Network. The symposium is aimed at exchanging information, soliciting
opinions and suggestions on the operation of the network and ways to
enhance cross sector cooperation and capacity building of ports in the
APEC region.
       Under the theme of “Strengthen Cross-Sector Cooperation,
Promote Common Development”, the Symposium conducted in-depth
discussion on the subjects of (a) Development of Port Services, (b)
Cross-Sector Cooperation of Ports, Logistics, Shipping, Trade and Other
Related Sectors, (c) Challenges for Future Development, and (d)
Establishment and Operation of APEC Port Services Network.
Participants discussed the vital role of ports in economic development,
exchanged domestic and international experience and best practices in the
development of port and shipping industries, identified challenges and
opportunities, elaborated on ways to enhance cross-sector cooperation
and capacity-building of ports in the APEC region, and provided
enlightening views and suggestions on the establishment and operation of
the Network.
Subject 1: Development of Port Services
       Symposium participants heard that the port industry had not only
contributed to the development of economy and trade itself, but also
brought together and connected a number of port related industries which
shared their existence and development with ports such as shipping,
commerce and trade, logistics, manufacturing and financial sectors. The
sheer volume of international trade flowing through the international
freight system has created capacity and environmental issues. The
participants heard a brief introduction on the “Clean Ports USA program”.
Members are called upon to pay more attention to the port-related
environmental quality and to take more positive actions to meet the

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challenge of landside congestion as an outgrowth of port development.
       It was observed that ports in the Pearl River Delta were developing
rapidly and there was some transition from container load activities to
logistics management centres. When achieving such transitions, efforts
need to be made to improve cross-border transport efficiency, and both
major logistics providers and small and medium-sized enterprises would
be assisted by providing such logistics infrastructure as the Digital Trade
and Transportation Network (DTTN).
       A renowned shipping consultant spoke on the role that policy
makers are expected to play in the development of port and related
industries. Analysis of industry characteristics, liner network evolution
and APEC volume growth, the needs of liner shipping, and implications
for ports were outlined in the presentation. Since liner shipping provides
an economical and efficient means of moving a wide range of goods, and
ports provide the interface between individual economies and global
infrastructure, policy makers should encourage investment and
competition in order to promote the advancement of the port industry,
especially the port concession agreements which will benefit wider
economies.
Subject 2: Cross-Sector Cooperation of Ports, Logistics, Shipping,
Trade and Other Related Sectors
       The participants were provided with an analysis of the trends of the
development of the port industry. Faced with challenges such as increases
in port throughput, ship size and the increasingly sophisticated logistics
demands of port users, ports have gradually been transformed into
logistics hubs. Strategies in developing ports including port expansion,
advanced terminals, integration of logistics services, and enhanced inland
access can only take effect through establishing new partnerships
between port authorities and maritime and logistics industries. Therefore,
the public and private sectors need to work together to enhance port
services and the port authority should play a key role as the coordinator
of port community.
       The participants listened to the advantages of free trade zones,
including improving economic activity, increasing port traffic, generating
employment and encouraging greater trade. Free trade zones can provide
economic contributions such as reductions in the cost of some imported
goods, improvements in the logistic/supply chain performance etc. Free
ports can also facilitate the building of port networks.
      The participants were provided with an extensive analysis on the
prospects for the world’s economic development and container

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throughput growth which also explained certain aspects of today’s port
development such as the emerging competition among ports to capture
trans-shipment container demand, integration of trans-shipments and
greater port competitiveness.
Subject 3: Challenges for Future Development,
       Participants were briefed of the history of Hong Kong as the only
gateway to the world for manufactured goods moving to and from China
in the 1980s, and its current position as Asia’s largest air and sea transport
hub supported by such related industries as logistics, warehousing and
trucking services, information technology, and on-shore and off-shore
trading. Participants heard about the challenges that Hong Kong faces
including the part that Hong Kong will continue to play, and the
economic and financial model to be adopted for its ongoing development.
A potential “user pays” principle and “demand-led” development model
for Hong Kong was outlined. An analysis on the role Government should
play in the development of port and related industries was also suggested.
      The presentation then covered an analysis of the trends in China’s
container terminal market. Mainland China will be the second largest
trading economy in the world by 2011 and China’s container port industry
is growing at a faster rate than the global industry. Even though extensive
achievements have been made in terminal developments, there are still
challenges with which both companies and ports authorities will face,
such as the balance between the vessel size increase and dock structure
design.
       A noted insurance specialist spoke of increased risk management
for ports. Due to the emergence of a new breed of global ‘mega-risks’
or challenges, such as the terrorism,political risk,port authorities are
required to conduct more frequent risk assessments. Greater information
exchange and cooperation among ports which the Network is aimed at
promoting will be beneficial to the improvement of risk management
practices.


Subject 4: Establishment and Operation of APEC Port Services
Network
       The participants were briefed of the significance of efficient ports
to the Australian economy and the challenges facing Australia’s (and
APEC’s) such as dealing with growth, changing patterns of trade,
consolidation in the container industry, new technologies, integration of
logistics chains, environment and climate change challenges, regulatory

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approval processes, maritime security and training skills.
       Some possible principles and objectives for the APSN and possible
structure for the APSN were discussed. These elements were consistent
with the ideas put forward by Vice Minster Mr. Weng Mengyong in his
opening address.
      Participants were briefed about the development and associated
problems of the port industry both in China and around the world. It was
pointed out that in the face of new challenges there is a need to establish a
mechanism to consolidate resources, improve efficiency and address
development issues in the growth of the port industry and related sectors
in the APEC region. Participants discussed in detail the significance,
operational mechanism, functions and sustainable development of the
APEC Port Services Network.


Conclusions and Recommendations



1. Conclusion



   It was noted that the APEC region has experienced robust economic

growth in recent years. Port and related industries in the region have also

kept a momentum of rapid development. As a result, APEC region has

become a significant market of maritime shipping, and witnessed the

sharpest increase in port throughput. Nevertheless, ports and related

industries in the APEC region are still faced with such challenges as

uneven development among ports, competition               issues, capacity

imbalances, increasing environmental concerns and differentiated

regulation. Against this background, the establishment of the Network is

intended to assist regional port and shipping industries, help expand their


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capacities, enhance information and personnel exchange, facilitate

investment and smooth flow of trade, further enhance security of the

supply chain, and promote regional economic development and common

prosperity for all APEC member economies.



2. Recommendations



   Guiding Principles of the Network



  a) To be mutually beneficial and promote common development. The

     Network shall provide a platform for all APEC member economies

     to strengthen cooperation in port and related industries. It is aimed

     at promoting development of the APEC region through enhancing

     economic and technical cooperation and capacity-building,

     accelerating the integration and growth of port, shipping, logistics,

     manufacturing and financial industries.



  b) To be fair, open and service-orientated. The Network shall be open

     to all APEC member economies, and each member of the Network

     shall be treated equally. Port and related industries of each APEC

     member economy are encouraged to join the Network.




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c) To   focus   on   substantial       cooperation   through   progressive

  development. The Network will facilitate in a step-by-step manner,

  information sharing, technical assistance, personnel exchange and

  training, commercial and trade cooperation, etc. The Network shall

  avoid duplicating the work that has been carried out by other

  relevant international organizations in the field.



Major Functions of the Network



a) To facilitate information exchange and services through the

  establishment of an APEC Port Services Network website and

  other publications;



b) To increase efficiency of maritime transportation, by promoting

  port networking, capacity-building, technology transfer and

  management know how by organizing workshops, symposiums,

  technical visit and training programs;



c) To conduct study on areas of common concern in cooperation with

  ports and related industries in the APEC region, and provide

  findings to the APEC MEG, and subsequently to the TPT-WG, the

  SOM and the Transportation Ministerial Meeting;


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d) To encourage trade and investment in the APEC region through

  activities such as exhibitions, trade fairs and promotion activities

  for port and shipping industries.



Operation of the Network



a) The transport authority of each APEC member economy may

  designate one permanent institution or agency as the focal point for

  routine work. Based on the principle of openness, convenience and

  cooperation, any operational institution involved in port, shipping,

  logistics, trade, manufacturing and financial industries may also

  participate in the Network, and have access to the resources of the

  Network and its exchange and training programs. All member

  organizations will operate in accordance with the operating

  framework of the Network.



b) An Assembly comprising representatives of all APEC member

  economies, who are members of the Network, shall be created to

  oversee the operations of the Network. The Assembly shall

  determine the operating framework of the Network. The Assembly

  shall report its work to the TPT-WG through its MEG.


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   c) An APEC Port Services Network Secretariat shall be established in

      Beijing, China. The Secretariat shall be responsible for facilitating

      exchange activities among all Network members. China expressed

      its willingness to provide necessary office facilities and certain

      financial support for the operation of the Secretariat.



   d) The Network should be established at a time to be determined by

      China in consultation with the APEC TPT-WG.

3. Follow-up Actions
      The Symposium invites China to report the recommendations of
the Symposium to TPT-WG 29 for consideration, and transmission to the
APEC economic leaders’ meeting to be held in Sydney, Australia in
September 2007.
Acknowledgements
      Participants expressed their appreciation to China as the host
economy, in particular, the Ministry of Communications and Ministry of
Foreign Affairs of the People’s Republic of China, and the Ningbo
municipal government for their warm hospitality and excellent
arrangements for the Symposium.




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                                                                Annex 1

              PROGRAMME FOR THE SYMPOSIUM ON

                APEC PORT SERVICES NETWORK

                      7-9 JUNE, NINGBO, CHINA



                       Wednesday, 6 June 2007

13:00-18:00      Registration of participants
19:00-21:00      Reception
                 Hosted by Research Institute of Waterborne Transport of
                 Ministry of Communications of China; Ningbo Foreign
                 Affais Office; and Ningbo Communications Bureau (Port
                 Administration Bureau)


                        Thursday, 7 June 2007

                          Opening Ceremony

Moderator:       Mr. Li Guangling, Deputy Director-General, Department of
                 International Cooperation, Ministry of Communications of
                 China
08:30-09:00      Registration of participants
09:00-09:20      Mr. WENG Mengyong, Vice minister of Communication,
                 meets with representatives of delegates and speakers
09:20-09:30      All participants to be seated
09:30-10:00      Opening Remarks
                 Mr. Diao Mingsheng, Counselor, Ministry of Foreign
                 Affairs
                 Mr. Alexander L Sukhov, Asia-Pacific Economic
                 Cooperation
                 Mr. Bayin Chaolu, Member of Standing Committee of
                 Zhejiang Committee of CPC, and Secretary of CPC
                 Ningbo Municipal Committee
                 Wang Yong, Vice Mayor, Ningbo Municipal Government
10:00-10:15      Keynote Address
                 Mr. WENG Mengyong, Vice Minister of Communications,
                 China
10:15-10:40      Tea Break

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                  Session 1: Development of Port Services

Moderator:        Mr. Alexander Sukhov, Project Director, APEC Secretariat
10:40-11:10       United States Perspective on Port Development
                  Ms. Julie Nelson , Deputy Maritime Administrator ,

                  Maritime Administration, Department of Transportation,
                 United States of America
11:10-11:40      Hong Kong in Transition: from a Container Load Center to
                 an Asian Management Center for Global Supply Chains
                  Dr. Jixian Wang , Associate Professor , Hong Kong
University
11:40-12:10       The Liner Industry- notes for policy makers
                  Mr. Tim Power,Head of Consulting, Drewry Shipping
                  Consultants
12:10-12:30       Q and A and Summary Remarks

12:30-14:00       Luncheon


      Session 2: Cross-Sector Cooperation of Ports, Logistics, Shipping,
                    Trade and Other Related Sectors

Moderator:        Mr. Hu Pingxian, Director General, Waterborne Transport
                  Institute, Ministry of Communications of China
14:30-15:00       Strategic Partnership for Logistics Hub Ports
                  Dr. Satoshi Inoue, Secretary General,IAPH Head Office
15:00-15:30       Free Trade Zones
                  Prof. Ernst G. Frankel, Professor Emeritus,
                  Massachusetts Institute of Technology
15:30-16:00       Challenges for Future Port Competitiveness –
                  Transshipment and Logistics
                  Dr. Masahiko Furuichi,Official of Ports and Harbors
                  Bureau, Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport of
                  Japan, and Chairman of Maritime Expert Group of APEC
                  Transportation Working Group(TPT-WG)
16:00-16:30       Tea Break
16:30-16:50       Q and A and Summary Remarks


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18:30-20:30       Welcome Banquet
                  Hosted by the Ministry of Communications


                           Friday, 8 June 2007
              Session 3: Challenges for Future Development

Moderator:        Ms. Ai Yuxin, Fisrt Secretary, Department of International
                  Organizations and Conferences, Ministry of Foreign Affairs
                  of China
09:00-09:30       Challenges for future development
                  Mr. C. C. Tung, Chairman, Orient Overseas Container
                  Line Limited
09:30-10:00       Trends in China's Container Terminal Market
                  Mr. Richard Nicholson, Vice President and Regional
                  Manager for APM Terminals Greater China
10:00-10:30       Port Risk Management – The Big Picture
                  Mr. Ian Faragher, Chairman, Lloyds Reinsurance Co.
                  China Ltd
10:30-11:00       Tea Break
11:00-11:20       Q and A and Summary Remarks

11:20-13:30       Luncheon


 Session 4: Establishment and Operation of APEC Port Services Network

Moderator:        Mr. Zhang Xiaojie, Director, Department of International
                  Cooperation, Ministry of Communications of China
13:30-14:00       The Establishment of the APSN
                  Mr. Michael Sutton , General Manager of Maritime,
                  Department of Transport and Regional Services, Australia
14:00-14:30       Port Services Network – A Common Requirement of Free
                  Trade and Enterprise Development
                  Ms. Li Linghong, President,Ningbo Port Group
14:30-15:00       Building and Sustaining a Cooperative Port Services
                  Network
                  Mr. K. Raguraman, Associate Professor & Deputy
                  Director,Centre for Maritime Studies,National University
                  of Singapore
15:00-15:30       Cooperation-an Essential Aspect for Port Development:

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                 China’s Experience
                 Ms. Peng Cuihong,Counsel, Ministry of Communications
                 of China
15:30-15:50      Q and A and Summary Remarks
15:50-16:20      Tea Break


     Session 5: Discussion on the Summary Report of the Symposium

Moderator:       Mr. Li Guangling, Deputy Director-General, Department of
                 International Cooperation, Ministry of Communications of
                 China
16:20-16:40      Discussion and adoption of the final report and
                 recommendations of the Symposium on APEC Port
                 Services Network


                          Closing Ceremony

Moderator:       Mr. Li Guangling, Deputy Director-General, Department of
                 International Cooperation, Ministry of Communications of
                 China
16:40-17:00      Closing Addresses
                 Mr. Alexander Sukhov, Project Director, APEC Secretariat
                 Representative of Ministry of Communications

19:00-21:00      Farewell Dinner
                 Hosted by Ningbo Municipal Government


                        Saturday, 9 June 2007
                            Optional Tour

09:00-10:00      Leave for Beilun Port of Ningbo
10:00-11:00      Visit Beilun Port and the Bonded Zone
11:00-12:10      Leave for Ningbo Port Group Building
11:15-12:10      Welcome Address by representative of Ningbo Port Group
                 Brief introduction to the Port and the Bonded Zone
12:10-13:30      Luncheon
13:30-16:30      Visit the Zhejiang Investment & Trade Symposium
16:30-17:10      Return to Sheraton Ningbo Hotel
18:30-20:30      Buffet
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                                                   Annex 2
                        LIST OF PARTICIPANTS

Member Economies

Australia
1 Mr. Michael Sutton
   General Manager of Maritime
   Department of Transport and Regional Service
   Tel:   61-2-6274-7652
   Fax: 61-2-6274-8090
   Email: michael.sutton@dotars.gov.au

2   Mr. Jeremy Parkinson
    Director of Maritime Security Policy
    Department of Transport and Regional Service
    Tel:    61-2-6274-6240
    Email: jeremy.parkinson@dotars.gov.au

3 Ms. Susan Blackwell
  Executive Officer
  Association of Ports and Marine Authorities
  Tel:    61-2-92477581
  Fax: 61-2-92477585
  Email: sblackwell@aapma.org.au

4 Mr. Brenton Clark
  First Secretary (Transport)
  Australian Embassy, Manila
  Tel:     61-2-757-8337
  Fax:     61-2-757-8339
  Email: brenton.Clark@dotars.gov.au

5 Mr. Karly Pidgeon
  Assistant Director of International Relations
  Office of Transport Security
  Department of Transport and Regional Service
  Tel:     61-2-6274-7539
  Fax:     61-2-6257-6341
  Email: karly.pidgeon@dotars.gov.au

Canada
1 Ms. Janet Kavanagh

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    Acting Director of Ports policy
    Transport Canada
    Tel:   613-991-6428
    Email: kavanaj@tc.gc.ca

2   Mr. Stephen Larkin
    Policy Advisor of International Marine Policy
    Transport Canada
    Tel:    613-991-6015
    Email: larkins@tc.gc.ca

3   Ms. Susan Gregson
    Consul General
    Consulate General of Canada in Shanghai

4   Mr. Alain Gendron
    Deputy Consul General and Senior Trade Commissioner
    Consulate General of Canada in Shanghai

5   Mr. John McDonald
    Trade & Investment Representative
    Consulate General of Canada in Shanghai

6   Janet Yan
    Representative
    Vancouver Port Authority's Beijing Office

7   Isabel Liu
    Administrative Assistant
    Vancouver Port Authority's Beijing Office

Chile
1 Mr. Roberto Patricio Romero Alegria
   Custom Officer
   Public Service Coordinator
   National Custom Service
   Tel:    56-041-2857-764
   Email: rromero@aduana.cl

2   Mr. Claudio Cid Berman
    International Coordinator
    Aduana Ports
    Tel:    56-041-2857700 /2857703
    Email: ccid@aduana.cl

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People’s Republic of China
1 Mr. Li Guangling
   Deputy Director General
   Department of International Cooperation
   Ministry of Communications
   Tel:    8610-65292201
    Fax: 8610-65292201
    Email: ligl@moc.gov.cn

2   Mr. Zou Bin
    Deputy Director General
    Department of Water Transport
    Ministry of Communications

3   Mr. Diao Mingsheng
    Counselor
    Department of International Organizations and Conferences
    Ministry of Foreign Affairs

4   Mr. Hu Pingxian
    Director General
    Research Institute of Waterborne Transport
    Ministry of Communications

5   Mr. Wang Xianfu
    Deputy Director-General
    Information Center
    General Administration of Quality Supervision, Inspection and Quarantine

6   Mr. Zhang Xiaojie
    Director
    Department of International Cooperation
    Ministry of Communications
    Tel:    8610-65292247
    Fax: 8610-65292261
    Email: zhangxj@moc.gov.cn

7   Ms Ai Yuxin
    First Secretary
    Department of International Organizations and Conferences
    Ministry of Foreign Affairs


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8   Mr. Gao Deqing
    Consultant
    Ministry of Railway

9   Mr. Lin Junbao
    Deputy Director
    Department of Water Transport
    Ministry of Communications

10 Zhang Linjiang
   Director
   Research Institute of Waterborne Transport
   Ministry of Communications

11 Ms Feng Su
   Director
   Information Center
   General Administration of Quality Supervision, Inspection and Quarantine

12 Ding Ning
   Official
   Department of International Cooperation
   Ministry of Communications
   Tel:     8610-65292210
   Fax: 8610-65292261
   Email: dingning@moc.gov.cn

Hong Kong, China
1 Mr. Roger Tupper
   Director
   Marine Department
   Tel:    852-28524401
   Email: R_tupper@mardep.gov.hk

2   Mr. Fung Kwok Ming
    Chief assistant secretary
    Economic Development and Labour Bureau
    Tel:    852-25372841
    Email: Kmfung@edlb.gov.hk

Indonesia
1 Mr. Rio Irawan
   Section Head of Tariff and Operation Services
   Directorate of Ports and Dredging

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    Directorate General of Sea Transportation (DGST)
    Tel:    62-21-3811308/ 3505550, Eet 4163

2   Mrs. Een Nuraiani Saidah
    Official
    Sub Directorate of International Sea Transport
    Directorate of Sea Traffic and Transport
    Directorate General of Sea Transportation (DGST)
    Tel:     62-21-3507045
    Fax: 62-21-3441428
    Email: Een_ns@yahoo.co.uk

Japan
1 Mr. Masahiko Furuichi
   Chairman, APEC TPT-WG MEG &
   Director
   International Affairs Office
   Ports and Harbors Bureau
   Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport
   Tel:    81-3-5253-8111 (46551)
           81-3-5253-8679
   Fax: 81-3-5253-1652
   Email: furuichi-m2dd@mlit.go.jp

Korea
1 Mr. Soon-Tae, Kwon
   Assistant Director
   Ministry of Maritime Affairs & Fisheries
   Tel:    82-2-3674-6683
   Fax: 82-2-3694-6687
   Email: ksoomtae@maver.com

2   Mr. Roung-Rai, Cho
    Assistant Manager
    Korea Container Terminal Authority
    Tel:    82-2-701-9725/7330
    Fax: 82-2-707-0551
    Email: urgbf@yahoo.com

Malaysia
1 Captain Zakhir Khan Yusop
   Operation Manager of Marine Traffic
   Kuantan Port Authority
   Tel:   60-86-253-888

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    Fax: 60-86-252-929
    Email: zakhir.k.y@bpa.gov.my

2 Mr. Nik Rahiman Nik Wan
  Assistant Manager of Marine Traffic
  Kuantan Port Authority
  Tel:    60-09-5858000
  Fax: 60-09-5833866
  Email: nikrahiman@lpktn.gov.my

Mexico
1 Mr. Jesus Maria
  Deputy Director of Special Projects/Advisor
  Ministry of Communications and Transport
  Tel:    52-55-57239300
  Fax: 52-55-55301190
  Email: jvasqueg@sct.gob.mx

Papua New Guinea
1 Mr. Lahui Ako
   First Secretary (Charge d'Affaires)
   Embassy of Papua New Guinea in Beijing
   Tel:    86-10-65324312
   Fax: 86-10-65325483
   Email: lahui_ako@pngembassy.org.cn

The Philippines
1 Mr. Miguel FF. Oraa
   Assistant Administrator
   Office for Transportation Security
   Department of Transportation & Communications
   Tel:    632-854-5083
   Fax: 632-855-2418
   Email: oraa@ots.gov.ph, migueloraa@yahoo.com

2   Mr. Perfecto Gabud Corpuz
    Division Head
    Office for Transportation Security
    Department of Transportation & Communications
    Tel:    632-833-3350
    Email: pqeor@yahoo.com

3   Mr. Celso P. TEMPLO
    Deputy Commissioner

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    Intelligence & Enforcement Group
    Bureau of Customs
    Tel:     632-527-3864
    Email: cpt_boc@yahoo.com

Singapore
1 Ms. Frances Goh
   Senior manager(Port regulation department)
   Policy Division
   Maritime and Port Authority
   Tel:    65-63751649
   Email: Frances_p_h_goh@mpa.gov.sg

Chinese Taipei
1 Mr. LAI Yin-Chien
   Engineer
   Dept of Aviation and Navigation
   Ministry of Transportation and Communications
   Tel:    886-2-23492737
   Email: yc_lai@motc.gov.tw

2   Mr. CHANG, Shyh-Long
    Associate Researcher
    Institute of Transportation
    Ministry of Transportation and Communications
    Tel:     886-2-23496846
    Email: slchang@iot.gov.tw

3   Mr. WEI Tai-Chang
    Official
    Institute for Information Industry
    Tel:     886-2-2713-9000 Ext.206
    Fax: 866-2-2717-5910
    Email: tcwei@iii.org.tw


Thailand
1 Sub. Lt. Viroj Chongchansittho, R.T.N.
   Deputy Director General
   Assistant director general(Special Affairs
   Port Authority
   Tel:    662-269-5102
   Fax: 662-269-5454
   Email: viroj_c@port.co.th

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2   Mr.Adisorn Anothaisintavee
    Administrative officer, Business development & marketing division ,
    Planning and marketing department
    Tel:   662-2695390
    Fax: 662-22695318
    Email: adisoin_ano@yahoo.com

United States of America
1 Julie Nelson
   Deputy Administrator
   Maritime Administration
   Department of Transport
   Tel:    1-202-366-1719
   Fax: 1-202-366-3890
   Email: julie.nelson@dot.gov

Viet Nam
1 Mr. NGUYEN THACH CUONG
    Expert
    International Cooperation Department
    Ministry of Transport
    Tel:    84-4-9424260
    Fax: 84-4-9421436
    Email: ntcuong@mt.gov.vn

2   Mr. LE MINH DAO
    Vice-director
    Seaport Department
    Maritime Administration
    Tel:    84-4-7683196
    Fax: 84-4-7683058
    Email: doolm@vinamarine.gov.vn

Guest Speakers

1 Julie Nelson
   Deputy Administrator
   Maritime Administration
   Department of Transport of the United States
   Tel:    1-202-366-1719
   Fax: 1-202-366-3890
   Email: julie.nelson@dot.gov

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2 Dr. Jixian Wang
  Associate Professor
  Hong Kong University
  Tel:     852-2859-7026
  Email: jwang@hkucc.hku.hk

3 Mr. Tim Power
  Head of Consulting
  Drewry Shipping Consultants
  Tel:
  Email: power@drewry.co.uk

4 Dr. Satoshi Inoue
  Secretary General
  IAPH Head Office
  Tel:+81-3-5403-2770
  Fax:+81-3-5403-7651
  Email: s_inoue@iaphworldports.org

5 Prof. Ernst G. Frankel
  Professor Emeritus
  Massachusetts Institute of Technology
  Email: efrankel@mit.edu

6   Mr. Masahiko Furuichi
    Chairman, APEC TPT-WG MEG &
    Director
    International Affairs Office
    Ports and Harbors Bureau
    Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport
    Tel:    03-5253-8111 (46551)
            03-5253-8679
    Fax: 03-5253-1652
    Email: furuichi-m2dd@mlit.go.jp

7   Mr. C. C. Tung
    Chairman
    Orient Overseas Container Line Limited
    Email: fanny.ho@oocl.com (Personal Assistant)

8   Mr. Shi Yingtong
    On behalf of Mr. Richard Nicholson
    Vice President and Regional Manager

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   APM Terminals Greater China
   Email: gcaapmtmkt@maersk.com

9 Mr. Ian Faragher
  Chairman
  Lloyds Reinsurance Co. China Ltd
  Email: Ian.Faragher@lloyds.com

10 Mr. Michael Sutton
   General Manager of Maritime
   Department of Transport and Regional Service
   Tel:   61-2-6274-7652
   Fax: 61-2-6274-8090
   Email: michael.sutton@dotars.gov.au

11 Mr. Li Linghong
   President
   Ningbo Port Group
   Tel:    86-574-2769-5900
   Fax: 86-574-2769-5629
   Email: wsk@nbport.com.cn

12 Mr. K. Raguraman
   Associate Professor & Deputy Director
   Centre for Maritime Studies
   National University of Singapore
   Tel:    65-65165218
   Email: cmskrk@nus.edu.sg

13 Ms. PENG Cuihong
   Advisor
   Department of Water Transport
   Ministry of Communications of China




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