MTL (Myanmar Transport & Logistics Summit)
12-15 May, 2013 - Yangon
PARKROYAL Yangon
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Event at a Glance
Sun, 12 May
(2.30pm -
5.00pm)

Mon, 13 May

(8.00am - 5.00pm)

Tue, 14 May

(9.00am - 1.00pm)

Wed, 15 May
(9.00am -
5.00pm)

Pre-Conference Workshop 1:

 

Land in Myanmar - Legal, Commercial & Practical aspects

 

MTL Summit Day 1

 

MTL Summit Day 2

Post-Conference Workshop 2:

 

3P3 in Infrastructure Development in Myanmar

  (2.00pm -4.30pm)

 Site Visit to MITT (Myanmar International Terminal Thilawa)

 

 

"Investment Opportunities & Cost Effective Supply
Chain Management in New Myanmar!"

 

 

Meet & Network with Key Officials!

 

TOP delegation from the Department of Transport, Civil Aviation, Marine Administration, Meteorology and Hydrology, Directorate of Water Resources and Improvement of River Systems, Myanma Airways, Myanma Port Authority, Myanma Shipyard, Inland Water Transport and Myanmar Maritime University will join the Union Minister at this inaugural MTL Summit.

 

Meet them in person to discuss Myanmar's transport and logistics concerns PLUS, hear:

 

Opening Keynote Address by

H.E. U Nyan Htun Aung

H.E U Nyan Htun Aung, Union Minister

Ministry of Transport

Republic of the Union of Myanmar

 

“MOL opens Myanmar Branch”. 15/2/13, www.portcalls.com

 

“Mitsubishi Logistics to enter Myanmar Market….. According to Mitsubishi Logistics, its joint venture with Jupiter Global, called Jupiter MLC Logistics (Myanmar) Ltd., will be established in Yangon, in March and start operations on April 1.
26/2/13, www.joc.com

 

Maersk Logistics unit seeks Myanmar presence….Damco, the logistics business unit of shipping company A P Moller-Maersk Group, plans to establish a company in Myanmar by the end of this year in anticipation that the Southeast Asian nation will emerge as an important sourcing location and to help reduce its dependence on China, a senior executive said. 3/10/12, www.cargonews.com

 

Myanmar’s political and economic liberalization has proven to be on the right track as  the country has never looked so bright since and expectations are at an all-time high with both local and foreign investors. With the finalization of the foreign investment law, more companies are setting up operations in Myanmar with the view of taking an “early mover  advantage”!

 

Coca Cola ships its first shipment to Myanmar last Sept while Suzuki Motor Corporation has been approved by the Myanmar government for the establishment of the new automobile production and sales subsidiary, Suzuki (Myanmar) Motor Co., Ltd. with 100% Suzuki investment this Feb.

 

With the influx of investment and trade, can the country infrastructure cope with the increased volume? What are the government's plans to improve their ports, road, rail and air networks to cater to the explosive growth of volume coming  through? Are there enough qualified & professional logistics support to help move your goods from ports to factory and market? How can you distribute your goods from lower Myanmar to upper Myanmar?

 

CMT’s inaugural Myanmar Transport & Logistics Summit supported and endorsed by the Myanmar Ministry of Transport aims to provide insights from key officials and industry majors  into the transport and logistics industry in Myanmar!

 

Key sessions :

  • Update on new foreign investment law by DICA
  • Transport sector master plan including development of inland waterways / river transportation by Ministry of Transport
  • Logistics Infrastructure update from Ports, Road, Railway and Airports & Air cargo by Myanmar Port Authority, Ministry of Construction, Ministry of Rail Transportation & Ministry of Transport
  • Ministry of Commerce provides trade policies update in the wake of AEC 2015
  • Customs Dept shares insights on Customs regulations & reforms
  • Myanmar International Freight Forwarders Associationgives a first-hand views on the logistics challenges in Myanmar
  • Securing funding for transport infrastructure projects is given by Rothschild
  • Global Logistics Institutes speaks about how Myanmar can engage with the global maritime community to explore opportunities & collaboration
  • Thilawa Economic zone & deep sea ports update by JETRO Myanmar
  • YCH Group shares their experience of growing their business in emerging markets including investment plans in Myanmar
  • Integrated company Myanmar CP livestock provides a case study of how their logistics and SCM works!
  • EBI Consultancy provides input on total logistics solutions and how outsourcing, partnership & strategic alliance can help reduce your supply chain operations.  
  • Oil & Gas majors aims to share their experiences of logistics & SCM strategy in Myanmar’s oil & gas industry

Register with your team today to enjoy group discount! For more information, contact huiyan@cmtsp.com.sg

 

Why Attend CMT Invest Myanmar Series?

 

CMT is an active global conference organizer and since 1982 supports business development across Asia, MidEast/Africa and the Americas. Recent political and economic reforms in Myanmar are very encouraging with the country favored as the rising star in Asia... CMT is contributing by bringing business and investments to the country with events that offer vital business intelligence.

 

1. Proven Track Record

 

CMT has organized 14 summits in Yangon since March 2012 in key sectors attracting over 3000 delegates from over 50 countries. These include:

 

- 1st & 2nd Myanmar Oil, Gas & Power
- 1st, 2nd & 3rd New Myanmar Investment
- 1st & 2nd
Myanmar Mining
- 14th Asia
CemenTrade
- 2nd Commercial
Farm Asia

- 1st Myanmar Telecoms Reform Update

- 1st Myanmar Real Estate

- 1st Myanmar POWER Summit

- 3rd RubberPlant Summit

- 9th SugarWorld ASIA

 

2. Meet Key Officials & Decision-makers

 

CMT works closely with various ministries. The Ministry of Energy, Ministry of Mines, Ministry of Electric Power & Ministry of Transport act as official host and supporter of many of our summits

 

3. Connect with genuine local or foreign partners


Network with the right persons or companies. We attract the best possible candidates you can pick as business associate or partner.

 

4. Covers All Strategic Sectors


CMT covers all the key sectors - Energy, Mining, Agriculture, Real Estate, Infrastructure, Finance, Power, Telecoms and many more.

 

5. 1 to 1 Meetings with Government Officials


CMT facilitates dedicated private consultation sessions with government officials at our events.

 

CMT Invest Myanmar series provide not mere "information" but "insights on growth strategies

 

 

Site Visit to MITT
(Myanmar International Terminal
Thilawa)

Tues, 14 May - 14:00 - 16.30 hrs.

 

Myanmar International Terminals Thilawa (MITT) is a multi-purpose container terminal located at Thilawa near the mouth of the Yangon River. The terminal offers a comprehensive range of safe, efficient and productive services to the shipping industry 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

 

MITT is located just 16 kilometres from Yangon, the largest city in Myanmar and the country's international trade portal, through which 90 percent of the nation's maritime trade passes. The facility is also adjacent to the soon-to-be-developed Thanlyin-Kyauktan Special Economic Zone

 

 

VISA INFO FOR FOREIGNERS:

 

Get Myanmar Visa in Singapore

Get Myanmar Visa In Bangkok

 

Though Visa-on-arrival (VOA) now availablefor 48 countries listed here, CMT recommends pre-arrival application at country of departure.

 

For VOA application, visit site below:

Myanmar Visa

NOTE: CMT bears no liability for services rendered and/or its outcome

 

 

 

INDUSTRY NEWS ...

 

Myanmar's first dry port likely to be built in Mandalay

 

Myanmar: $9.5b for transport projects

 

WHO SHOULD ATTEND


VP, GM, Business Development Director/Manager, Operations Manager, Logistics Director/SCM Director/Manager, Procurement Manager, Planning Manager from global supply chain industry, including freight forwarders, total logistics solutions providers, investors from oil & gas, mining, agriculture, FMCG, retail & wholesale chain, manufacturing, F&B, transportation, railway, ports services, equipment sector, Engineering consultants, Shipping companies, major exporters & cargo owners, distributors & agents, financial institutions, Government agencies

 

BE A SPONSOR OR EXHIBITOR


This event is an excellent platform to promote your organization to influential players and investors in the industry.

 

Sponsorship opportunities available include Corporate, Exclusive luncheon & Cocktail sponsor. Exhibition / catalogue display can be arranged upon request.

 

Contact nisha@cmtsp.com.sg or
(65) 6346 9130

 

Japan’s ODA and Myanmar Port Authority to collaborate in constructing Thilawa SEZ harbor
Posted on : 18 Apr, 2013

 

Japan’s Official Development Assistance (ODA) agency will work hand in hand with the Myanmar Port Authority (MPA) in the construction of a new harbor facility in the Thilawa SEZ to support upcoming commercial activities in the zone.

 

In what is expected to be the first of several designated industrial development zones, Thilawa SEZ, which spans across 5,000 acres, will be divided into classes A and B –  with A consisting of high-tech industries and B consisting of labor-intensive industries.

 

The zone’s infrastructure will also be divided into off-site and on-site infrastructure, with the harbor, roads and bridges falling under the former and water sanitation system and electric wiring under the latter.

 

Governments and businessmen from both Myanmar and Japan will come together to form a joint venture developer company for this project, with investments from the locals and Japanese standing at 51-49 percent. The project is expected to be completed in 2015.

 

Mr. Masaki Takahara, Executive Managing Director of Japan External Trade Organization (JETRO), Myanmar, will provide an update on the Thilawa economic zone project at CMT’s Myanmar Transport & Logistics Summit in Yangon on May 12-15, 2013.

 

More information on the summit’s program agenda is available here.

 

For enquiries, please contact Ms. Huiyan at huiyan@cmtsp.com.sg or Tel. 6346 9113.

 

 

Read more:

Myanmar Port Authority to construct harbor in Thilawa

Japan raises aid for Thilawa Economic Zone, but delays persist



Myanmar’s logistics playground draws Japanese industry giant Nippon Express
Posted on : 27 Mar, 2013

 

Foreign companies and investors are flocking into the new emerging Myanmar market, and Japanese firms are some of the first to enter Myanmar. According to official figures, Japanese entrants hit 75 in January this year, and more are expected to join as the local market blooms further.

 

With booming sectorial growth and influx of investments, the need to establish proper logistics, supply chain and transport infrastructure is ever more critical. Many large logistics solutions companies, including Japan’s largest logistics services company Nippon Express recognize this golden opportunity and has since set up a liaison office in Yangon.

 

Nippon Express will be focusing on local cargo transportation sector, namely air freight services, marine transport and roadways logistics services. President of the international logistics firm, Mr. Kenji Watanabe, noted that the company strives to improve Myanmar’s trade with its strong global network that spans over 80 countries.

 

Besides Nippon Express, notable German logistics giant DHL Express is also a prominent player in the Myanmar scene with a local presence of more than 30 years.

 

Myanmar’s ministers and many international C-level delegates will convene in Yangon at the inaugural Myanmar Transport & Logistics Summit on May 12-15, 2013. The summit, hosted by the Ministry of Transport and CMT, offers vital industry updates concerning transport and logistics masterplans as well as supply chain management opportunities and challenges.

 

More information on the summit’s program agenda is available here.

 

For enquiries, please contact Ms. Huiyan at huiyan@cmtsp.com.sg or Tel. 6346 9113.

 

Read more: Myanmar’s market attracts more Japanese companies – official figures



Japan announces ODA to fund infrastructure projects including Thilawa SEZ
Posted on : 25 Feb, 2013

 

Japanese officials have extended official development assistance (ODA) to Myanmar on top of a plan to cancel national debt to help complete the Thilawa special economic zone (SEZ).

 

The Japanese government has planned for a $56.1million ODA loan this year, with about 40% of it allocated to infrastructure projects spanning across the seven states and regions. This 40%, amounting to $22.4million, will be set aside to complete the Thilawa SEZ outside of Yangon.

 

Mr. Masaki Takahara, Executive Managing Director of Japan External Trade Organization (JETRO) in Yangon expressed that both writing off the debt and ODA are crucial for Japan and Myanmar. He noted,

 

“As JETRO is an organization that promotes Japanese trade and investment, we have been trying to invite Japanese investment towards Myanmar. But the lack of proper infrastructure is an obstacle for new investment.”

 

Japan’s aid is set to drive the completion of the Thilawa SEZ and extract this obstacle.

 

More on the Thilawa and Dawei SEZ projects and laws available at the Myanmar Transport & Logistics Summit in Yangon, 12-15 May.

 

For enquiries, please contact Ms. Huiyan at huiyan@cmtsp.com.sg or Tel. 6346 9113.

 

Read more: Japanese ODA to fund Myanmar’s infrastructure



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Speaker Profile

Thura.U Aung Myo Myint

Mr. Aung Myo Myint is the Deputy General Manager of Commercial and Marketing dept from Myanmar Railways. He graduated from Yangon University in 1988 with a Bachelor of Science (Physics). He has 15 years of freight transport operation experience.

 

He attended training courses on Urban Transport Planning and Design in Singapore and Korea in 2005 and ASEAN Training Course on Road Network Development Planning and Urban Traffic in China in 2009.

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Thura.U Aung Myo Myint, Deputy General Manager (Goods), Commercial Dept
Myanmar Railways, Ministry of Rail Transportation
b) RAIL NETWORK
Day 2 [Mon 13, May], at 02:20 PM
U.Thet Zaw Win
U Thet Zaw Win graduated with a Bachelor of Engineering (Civil Engineering) from Yangon Technological University in 2002.  Since then, he joined the government services at Public Works under the Ministry of Construction.  During his career, he was assigned in many projects across Myanmar.  He also received Master of Engineering in Transportation Engineering in 2011.  Now he is Executive Engineer in the road division of Public Works.  His work involves the cooperation with international ....
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U.Thet Zaw Win, Executive Engineer (Civil)
Ministry of Construction, Myanmar
c) ROAD
Day 2 [Mon 13, May], at 02:50 PM
U.Ne Win
.U Ne Win graduated from Defence Services Academy in 1997. He was commissioned as a second lieutenant in Myanmar Air Force and served as a pilot from 1997 to 2003. Today he is working for the Department of Civil Aviation (DCA) under the Ministry of Transport. As a Deputy Director of the Air Transport Division in DCA, he is taking part in the economic regulation of ai....
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U.Ne Win, Deputy Director (Air Transport Div) - Dept of Civil Aviation
Ministry of Transport, Myanmar
d) AIRPORTS & AIR CARGO INFRASTRUCTURE
Day 2 [Mon 13, May], at 03:50 PM
Mr.Oliver Goetz

Oliver Goetz is Head of Transport & Infrastructure at Rothschild in Asia. His main sectors include airlines, airports, ports, shipping, railways, buses, taxis and toll roads. Oliver advises clients in these sectors in Mergers & Acquisitions in Asia and cross-border between Asia and the rest of the world as well as in equity and fund raisings for brownfield projects, greenfield projects and acquisitions.

 

Before he moved to Singapore in 2010, he executed many deals in the....
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Mr.Oliver Goetz, Head of Transport & Infrastructure - Asia
Rothschild (Singapore) Limited
SECURING FUNDING FOR TRANSPORT INFRASTRUCTURE PROJECTS
Day 2 [Mon 13, May], at 04:20 PM

Day 4 [Wed 15, May], at 04:30 PM
Chairman's Introduction
Day 2 [Mon 13, May], at 09:20 AM

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