Cruise Shipping Asia-Pacific Offers Complimentary Infrastructure Workshop to Help Drive Cruise Market Forward

Published on : Sunday, October 12, 2014

cruise-shippingIn an effort to help drive forward the port infrastructure and development within the Pan-Asia cruise region, UBM, the organizer of Cruise Shipping Asia-Pacific, is now offering all visitors and exhibitors complimentary access to a new session – The Cruise Line/Port Interface Workshop.


Bruce Krumrine, Vice President, Shore Operations, Princess Cruises, and John Tercek, VP, Commercial & New Business Development, Royal Caribbean Cruises Limited, and Member of the CLIA Global Ports Committee, will lead this one hour workshop on how ports and destinations should structure their terminal and infrastructure development.


“This is an excellent opportunity to engage key stakeholders within the Asia cruise industry” said UBM Asia’s Executive Vice President, Michael Duck.


“By bringing the suppliers, ports and cruise lines altogether for this frank and open discussion, we are opening the door to infrastructure development and opportunity for economic growth within the region.”

There is no charge to attend this workshop and it is open to any and all exhibitors and visitors who participate in Cruise Shipping Asia-Pacific.

To register to attend or exhibit, visit

Cruise Shipping Asia-Pacific is organized by UBM and is exclusively supported by Cruise Lines International Association and the Florida-Caribbean Cruise Association. Official Event Partner: Hong Kong Tourism Board.




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