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APPENDIX C AGENDA National Meeting on Productivity of Marine Terminals Long Beach, California January 8-10, 1986 The Queensway Bay Hilton 700 Queensway Drive P.O. Box 20001 Long Beach, California 90801 (213) 435-7676 Wednesday, January 8, 1986 1.0 Welcome Ballroom C 2.0 Welcome from The Port of Long Beach 3.0 Meeting Objectives and Organization 4.0 Keynote Address: Trends in World Trade: Implications for U.S. Marine Terminals BREAK 5.0 The Marine Terminal An Element of Transportation Systems (Panel) 199 Clifford Sayre, Chairman, Director of Materials and Logistics, D u Pont Corp. Mr. James H. McJunkin, Director, Port of Long Beach Clifford Sayre Richard King, Richard King International Hugh Lacey, Moderator, Vice-President Land Operations, Sea-Land Corp.

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200 5.1 Rail Transportation Perspective 5.2 Truck Transportation Perspective 5.3 Ship Operator Perspective 5.4 Intermodal Perspective Lunch Buffet in Montego Bay Room 6.0 U.S. Marine Terminal Technology and Operation (Panel) 6.1 State of Technology 6.2 State of Operations 6.3 Emerging Technologies Information Systems 6.4 Emerging Technologies- Human Factors BREAK 7.0 Productivity at Selected Foreign Marine Terminals (Panel) 7.1 Europe Container Terminus, Rotterdam 7.2 Montreal, Canada 7.3 Scandinavia BREAK David Burns, Director, Intermodal Dept., Burlington Northern Railroad Robert A. Curry, President, California Cart age Co. L. P. Robinson, Senior Vice- President, Operations, American President Lines John J. Gray, Intermodal Management Services, Inc. Sven Thoolen, Moderator, Director, Industrial Eng., Matson Navigation Co. Frank Nolan, Interna- tional Terminal Operators, Retired Dan Rayacich, President, Rayacich Maritime Consultants, Inc. Nancy Friedman, Advanced Technology, Inc. Michael Gaffney, Cornell Univ. School of Industrial and Labor Relations, and Joel Fadem, University of California at Los Angeles Institute for Industrial Relations Peter Sandlund, Moderator, Council of European and Japanese National Shipowner's Associations J. C. RiJsenbrij, D irector, Equipment Engineering, R&D, Europe Container Terminus Richard Kusel, President, Canada Maritime Agencies, Ltd. Calle Westman, Vice-President, TransConsultants AB

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201 8.0 Tour of Marine Terminals in Long Beach/Los Angeles o Matson Marine Terminal, Los Angeles Sea-Land Marine Terminal, Long Beach RETURN 9.0 Working Supper: Organizing Meeting for Work Groups o Measures of Productivity, Their Use, and Their Role in Improving Productivity (Ballroom A) o Issues in Improving Productivity (Ballroom B) Implications of Technological and Operational Factors for Competi- tion and Trade (Ballroom C) Thursday' January 9, 1986 10.0 Concurrent Workshops 10.1 Measures of Productivity, Their Use, and Their Role in Improving Productivity (Ballroom A) 10.2 Issues in Improving Productivity (labor, materials handling, documentation, facilities, safety, quality, standardization, institutional constraints) (Ballroom B) Lunch Mexican Buffet in Lounge Area 10.3 Implications of Technological and Operational Factors for Competi- tion and Trade emphasis on competition between modes of transport; competition between domestic ports; and international competition (Ballroom C) BREAK Meet buses directly outside the Queensway Bay Hilton Leader: William Webster, Dept. of Naval Architec- ture, University of California at Berkeley Rapporteur: Edgar Rust, Williams, Kubelbeck & Assoc. Leader: Henry Marcus, Center for Transporta- tion Studies, Mass. Institute of Technology Rapporteur: Gregory Doyle, Ports and Water- ways Institute, Louisiana State University Leader: Clifford Sayre Rapporteur: Donald Walsh, President, International Maritime, Inc.

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202 Cocktails and Dinner at the Queen Maw, Mauretania Room Dinner Address: The Importance of Productive, Efficient Intermodal Transportation for International Competitiveness Friday, January 10, 1986 11.0 Reports of Working Groups (Plenary Session) Ballroom C 11.1 Measures of Productivity, Their Use, and Their Role in Improving Productivity 11.2 Issues in Improving Productivity 11.3 Implications of Technological and Operational Factors for Competition and Trade 12.0 Chairman's Summary and Closing Remarks ADJOURN NATIONAL MEETING Robert Kleist, Vice- President, Evergreen Marine Corp. William C. Webster Henry Marcus Clifford Sayre Clifford Sayre