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The 2nd Subic Bay Maritime Conference and Exhibit

Subic Bay: Your Gateway to Central and Northern Luzon


April 24, 2015, Subic Bay Exhibition and Convention Center

Co-Organizer

Organizer

BRONZE SPONSORs

PARTNERS

Event Manager

PROGRAM
7:00-9:00am Registration

11:00-12:00 PANEL DISCUSSION / Q&A

9:00-9:15

12:00-2:00pm Lunch / Networking

Keynote Speech
Secretary Rene Almendras
Head, Cabinet Cluster on Port Congestion

9:15-9:35

The Subic Edge

Mr Roberto Garcia
Chairman, Subic Bay Metropolitan Authority
Subic cargo volume history, future projections
Infrastructure updates: Plans for New Container Terminals 3
and 4; expansion of Tipo
Presentation of new Subic marketing kit

9:35-9:55 THE COST OF SHIPPING THROUGH SUBIC


Mr Francisco Delgado IV
Vice Chairman, Subic Bay International Terminal Corp
Cost benefits of shipping through Subic comparison
of Subic rates throughout the logistics process from
shipping lines, to terminal fees, to trucking, etc with those
in Manila

2:00-2:20

Shipping Through the Subic TerminalS


Mr Roberto Locsin
General Manager, Subic Bay International Terminal Corp
The SBITC proposition: New Container Terminals 1
and 2
International shipping lines calling Subic Bay (ports of
call, service frequency, vessel capacity, etc)
Cargo-handling equipment update: New terminal
equipment, other terminal plans

2:20-2:35

The Subic One-Stop Shop (OSS)

TBD
Step-by-step shipping through Subic via the OSS
Faster processing procedures: The old against the new
system

9:55-10:20 Coffee Break / Networking

2:35-2:50 Seamless Customs Operations


Mr John Phillip Sevilla
Commissioner, Bureau of Customs

10.20-10.40 SUBIC-CLARK CORRIDOR: THE SECOND METROPOLIS

2:50-3:10

COFFEE BREAK / NETWORKING

3:10-3:25

Why Ship Through Subic? Shippers SPEAK OUT


Logistics managers of Subic locators and those from
nearby areas

Atty Arnel Paciano Casanova


President and CEO, Bases Conversion Development Authority
(BCDA)
The future of the Subic-Clark (SCAD) Corridor
BCDA projects in Northern Luzon, including Clark
Green City, that help promote the use of Subic port, Clark
International Airport and the Subic-Clark-Tarlac Expressway
(SCTEX)

10:40-11:00 Opportunities in Northern Luzon


Dr Enrico Basilio
Chief of Party, USAID Compete
The pull of Northern Luzon: Northern Luzon industries and
how they impact on cargo volumes
Where is the volume coming from, where is it going?
What can we expect from Northern Luzon economy in the
short, medium and long terms?

3:25-3:40 Shippers Wish List: WHAT DO SHIPPERS WANT?


A discussion of shippers unmet needs
3:40-4:00 PANEL DISCUSSION / Q&A
4:00

Closing

(Program is subject to availability of speakers.)

Registration
If you wish to participate in the 2nd Subic Bay Maritime Conference & Exhibit, please fill up this form and fax to (632) 551-3207
or email scanned copy to info@portcalls.com. You may also mail your registration form to: PortCalls, Unit 1402 Sunset View Towers
2230 Roxas Boulevard, Pasay City 1300. For inquiries call (632) 551-1775, 551-3871, 551-1972, 552-7072, 0917-5555273.
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REGISTRATION FEE
Php 1,000 (net)
Inclusive of conference materials and
meals

Email:
Please fax deposit slip to (632) 551-3207 or email
scanned slip to info@portcalls.com so we can
confirm your seat at the conference. Dont forget
to write down your name and organization on the
deposit slip.

PAYMENT
Cash and checks are payable to Subic Bay
International Terminal Corp. (SBITC) via:

UCPB Subic 102390025601


Union Bank of the Phils
10-142-000449-5