Join us in the UK for a simulation demo event

Port terminals all over the world are turning to simulation-based operator training as an effective approach to higher productivity and safety standards. In doing so, they are also experiencing significant cost savings, increased efficiencies, and decreased equipment downtime.

Learn about best practices & the benefits of simulation-based training

The Port of Tilbury, operated by Forth Ports Ltd., serves as the principal port for London, UK, with over 300,000 TEUs of containerized cargo passing through the port each year. 

Attend this one-day seminar on Wednesday, January 30, to learn about their best-in-class approach to simulation-based training.

You'll hear from Stuart Wallace, COO of Forth Ports Ltd., and Simon Harper, Learning & Development Manager at the Port of Tilbury, about their simulation-based port operator training program, while also networking with other key UK-based port industry contacts.

When and where

  • Leslie Ford House, Port of Tilbury, Tilbury, Essex, RM18 7EH
  • Wednesday, January 30, 2019

Agenda

  • 9:30AM: Arrival & Introductions
  • 10AM: Presentations and Q&A — CM Labs and Forth Ports/Port of Tilbury
  • 12PM: Lunch
  • 1-4PM: Interactive simulator demonstrations & discussions

Experience simulation from the operator's seat

You'll also experience multiple training simulators first-hand, and learn how ports around the world are increasing safety, productivity, and profitability through the use of these solutions.

See and operate a number of CM Labs' mobile and immersive port equipment simulators, including ship-to-shore crane, mobile harbour crane, ship pedestal crane, and straddle carrier simulators. Load types include containers, bulk, break-bulk, and more.

Simply fill out the form on this page to join the other industry leaders who have reserved their spot. We'll be in touch to provide you with the information you'll need to attend.