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Webinar: POWER UP THAI PORTS IN A SUSTAINABLE WAY – LEARN ABOUT LATEST TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT
The continuing surge in commercial vessel sizes is putting pressure on port authorities to ensure that their ports have the capacity to meet the growing demands.

Ports must also ensure that they can offer safe access to their facilities, including safe and efficient operation at berth under all weather conditions.

In addition, environmental impacts of port expansions such as deepening of existing access channels can be substantial and must be assessed carefully.

This webinar will provide you with new insights into how other ports manage these challenges making the ports more efficient, safer and reducing their environmental footprint towards a more profitable and sustainable future.

During this 1.5 hour free webinar (including a Question and Answer session), you will hear about:

• Strategic developments plans including digitization, growth opportunities and key challenges
Speaker: Mr. Tienchai Makthiengtrong, Administrator 13, Laem Chabang Port, Port Authority of Thailand (PAT)

• Environmental challenges of ports in Thailand: Case study of Map Ta Phut Industrial Port
Speaker: Dr. Pornwipa Klangsin, Vice President, Environment, Health and Social Study, United Analyst and Engineering Consultant Co., Ltd.

• Introduction to new port efficiency solutions to global challenges, including:
Accommodating larger vessels at reduced cost
Secure safe vessel berthing 24/7
Reduce dredging cost and become more eco-friendly
Speaker: Henrik Kofoed-Hansen, Senior Technical Expert & Marine Business Lead, DHI Denmark

• Summary by Dr. Somchai Chonwattana, Hydraulic Engineer and modeling expert, DHI Thailand

• Questions and answers

The webinar will take place on Tuesday 9 March 2021 at 15:00-16:30 (UTC+7)

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Speakers

Mr. Tienchai Makthiengtrong
Administrator 13 @Laem Chabang Port, Port Authority of Thailand (PAT)
Prior to his appointment as an Administrator Level-13 at Laem Chabang Port, Mr. Tienchai Makthiengtrong worked in Laem Chabang Port as Chief of the Research and Development Section and as Director of the Planning Division, respectively. With expertise in port management and planning, he received a scholarship offered by the International Maritime Organization (IMO) for a Master’s degree in Port Management at the World Maritime University, Sweden, in 2002. He has more than 20 years of experience in maritime industry and port management. He is presently overseeing and involved in many projects of Laem Chabang Port, which aim to enhance port efficiency and contribute significantly to the organization.
Dr. Pornwipa Klangsin
Vice President, Environment, Health and Social Study @United Analyst and Engineering Consultant Co., Ltd.
Pornwipa has worked for UAE since 2010. She previously worked at the Pollution Control Department (PCD), Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment for 10 years. Her experience covers environmental health, water quality, occupational health and safety, and pollution control. She manages projects related to FS/IEE/EIA/EHIA and various project studies for both government and private agencies in Thailand, Lao, PDR, and Myanmar.
Henrik Kofoed-Hansen
Senior Technical Expert & Marine Business Lead @DHI Denmark
Henrik has 30 years of professional experience in the field of ports, coastal and offshore engineering on metocean data, water-structure-ship interactions, port optimization and advanced numerical and physical modelling. He has been involved in product development and management of marine modelling (MIKE Powered by DHI) and has participated in R&D, projects worldwide in relation to port and marine infrastructure optimization.