The session will take place on 22 September at the Port of Barcelona and aims to promote the adoption of sustainable practices and the integration of digital technologies to drive a more efficient and environmentally friendly future.

Logistop and the Port of Barcelona are organising “LogisPort | Towards port efficiency and sustainability”, a face-to-face conference that will bring together leading professionals and experts from the logistics-port sector with the aim of promoting the adoption of sustainable practices and the integration of digital technologies to promote a more efficient and environmentally friendly future in the port sector.

This initiative is part of the joint strategy of the two organisations to strengthen the competitiveness and sustainability of the logistics-port sector, promoting innovative and collaborative measures.

  • Date and time: 22 September 2023, from 9:00h to 16:00h.
  • Place: World Trade Center, Rooms S11 and S12 – Port of Barcelona. Muelle de Barcelona s/n, Barcelona.
  • On-site event.

With the participation of prominent industry leaders and experts in technologies applied to logistics, “LogisPort | Towards port efficiency and sustainability” is a unique opportunity to learn about the latest trends and innovative solutions that are shaping the future of port logistics.

The conference will be opened by the President of the Port of Barcelona, Lluís Salvadó, and the Managing Director of Logistop, Tomás de la Vega.

During the day, two round tables will be held to address key issues such as the digital transformation of ports, the implementation of sustainable technologies and strategies to achieve more efficient and responsible port logistics.

The first, entitled “The future docks at the port: driving digital transformation” will be moderated by the head of Innovation of the Port of Barcelona, Carles Rua, and will be made up of the Port’s digital manager, Ruth Pablo, the CEO of Híades Business Patterns, Airam Rodríguez, and the CEO of Prodevelop, Miguel Montesino.

The second round table “Transforming ports: decarbonisation and sustainable logistics” will be moderated by the director of CENIT, Sergi Saurí, and with the managing partner, Althium, Guillermo Massot, the head of Energy Transition of the Port of Barcelona, Héctor Calls, and the director of Sustainability of BERGÉ, Javier Moreno González, as speakers.

The event will also include “Utopias and Dystopias”, a space for interviews in which the president of Logistop, Pablo Gómez, will interview the chief strategy officer & executive board member of Zeleros Hyperloop, Luis Navarro (this interview can be followed in streaming at this link).

The meeting will also provide a networking space for participants to establish contacts, foster collaborations and generate synergies that contribute to the joint development of sustainable and innovative projects.

For more information about the event, please contact Iris Amado, communications and marketing at Logistop, at the email address

About Logistop: At Logistop, a reference association in logistics innovation, we turn our ideas into value and transform the supply chain through innovation, helping industry, companies and society in general to be more efficient and sustainable. Our mission is to transform, through innovation, the supply chain, helping industry and companies to become more efficient and sustainable. Logistop has among its main objectives to promote the need for innovation by companies linked to the logistics sector; to promote innovation projects; and to transmit at an institutional level what the real needs of the sector are. Through Logistop, research, development and innovation priorities are effectively defined. To this end, a series of events are promoted (Observatory Logistic, LogisTalks, Innovation Lab, focus sessions, Innovation Day, value contribution conferences, etc.) to dynamise, align priorities and needs, as well as to generate knowledge and put it to good use to ensure the competitiveness and sustainability of the logistics and mobility chain in Spain.