For more than ten years, China’s cruise industry has grown out of zero, and the achievement is remarkable. There are 19 cities on the mainland coastline that have built or have planned to build cruise ports, Shanghai and Hong Kong each has two cruise ports and Taiwan has 4 ports on operation. Port economy is one of the important methods to promote the economic development of a port city. For this reason, CCYIA upgrades the Cruise Port Round Table Talk to the Cruise Port Forum again at the 14th China Cruise Shipping Conference & International Cruise Expo (CCS14).
The themes of CCS14 Cruise Port Forum are:
1. Asian Cruise Port Development Model;
2. Silk Road Cruise Port Cooperation;
3. Port and City Integration Development;
4. Intelligent Cruise Port.
The Organization Committee gives full play to the advantages of Guangzhou’s sister cities and sister ports, and invites representatives from the Port of Hamburg, Germany, the Port of Rotterdam, the Netherlands, the Port of Acu, Brazil, the Port of Tanjung Priok, Indonesia, the Port of Suva, Fiji, the Solomon Islands Ports, the Port of Piraeus, Greece, and major domestic cruise ports to attend the meeting.