Date: 25/06/2024

South East CEO Conclave & Awards (SECC) 2024  to see top-notch sectoral participation

South India’s leading shipping and logistics hub of Chennai is abuzz with anticipation as industry leaders, supply chain experts and logistics players prepare to converge at Exim India’s South East CEO Conclave & Awards (SECC) 2024, the 15th edition, on Wednesday, July 3, 2024 at the ITC Grand Chola, Chennai.
The region’s premier confabulation on cargo and logistics also celebrates and recognises achievements and excellence in the sector in the form of an Awards gala, that is generating a huge amount of expectation and excitement. 
The theme of this year’s event is ‘Southern Region emerging as transhipment & technology hub – Scope & Viability’.
As in the previous years, this edition too boasts an impressive line-up of distinguished speakers, panelists and delegates among a wide cross-section of participants who will be expressing their views on a range of topics, interacting, and networking. Some of the key dignitaries expected to make their presence felt are shown in the box.  
* Mr Gopal Krishna, IAS, Former Shipping Secretary, Ministry of Shipping, Government of India & Chairman, CSC (Conciliation and Settlement Committee) 
* Mr Sunil Paliwal, IAS, Chairman, Chennai Port Authority & Chairman, Kamarajar Port Limited
* Mr B. Kasiviswanathan, IRSME, Chairperson, Cochin Port Authority
* Mr Susanta Kumar Purohit, IRSEE, Chairman, V. O. Chidambaranar Port Authority
* Mr Mahendira Varmaa RA, IRS, Joint Commissioner of Customs
* Mr Alex Paul Menon, IAS, Development Commissioner, MEPZ Special Economic Zone 
Senior Customs personnel, other leading government officials, as well as prominent representatives from shippers and consignees will also be gracing the occasion.
Delegate registration is on in full swing, with only a limited number of seats now available. So, hurry, if you want to be a part of South India’s foremost congregation of the shipping, cargo and logistics fraternity.
SECC 2024 thus promises to be a catalyst for change, fostering collaboration and knowledge-sharing, charting a course toward a more resilient, efficient and sustainable future.
Source: Exim News Service: CHENNAI, June 24