Our Tokyo Venue
From a parkside boulevard, the understated entrance to The Imperial belies the world of finesse and refinement commensurate with the Japanese capital’s most beloved address.
Schedule & Agenda
5:00 PM – 5:30 PM
Peer Networking & Registration
5:30 PM – 6:00 PM
Hear from Veson’s President and Chief Operating Officer Sean Riley, who will open our event, and Chief Executive Officer John Veson, who will share an exciting vision for the future of maritime commerce and summarize some of our strategic goals.
6:00 PM – 6:30 PM
Hear from Eric Christofferson, Chief Product Officer, about recently released and upcoming features that can enhance your workflows and business processes.
6:30 PM – 8:30 PM
Cocktails & Networking
Connect with peers during our cocktail reception.
Among the largest seaports in the Pacific Ocean, the Port of Tokyo handles roughly 100 million tonnes of cargo and 32,000 vessels each year. Stationed in Japan’s economic and cultural center, the Port of Tokyo houses 204 wharves and 15 berths that hand food products, steel, paper, vehicles, and a variety of other goods.
Port of Tokyo General Information
Latitude / Longitude: 35.61168° / 139.8268°
Annual Cargo: 100 million tonnes