• April 23-25, 2025 | Hilton New Orleans Riverside, Louisiana

Itoro Ibanga

Air Liquide

Project Logistics Specialist- Americas

Itoro has lived in both the United States, and Nigeria. He has an undergraduate degree in Political Science from Babcock University, and developed an immediate interest in the maritime industry. Itoro furthered his education by graduating with a Master's degree in Transportation Planning and Management at Texas Southern University. He has port experience from Port Houston, carrier experience with MSC (Mediterranean Shipping Company), and project freight forwarding experience from Fracht Group. Voluntarily, Itoro is a board member for YoungShip Texas as the Vice President, and an Event Chairman at ALAAN (Air Liquide African American Network). 

Sessions With Itoro Ibanga

Friday, 26 April

  • 10:50am - 11:30am (CST) / 26/apr/2024 03:50 pm - 26/apr/2024 04:30 pm

    Breakbulk Academy: Finding your Path in the Breakbulk and Project Cargo Industry

    What does it take to be successful in the breakbulk and project cargo logistics supply chain? Working in this demanding, niche sector of logistics is different — but how and why? What are the top five characteristics a newcomer needs to succeed? Conversely, what can companies do to better attract new talent, whether fresh out of college or early in their careers? In this Breakbulk Academy session, three thriving industry newcomers — logisticians working in the field for five years or less — will discuss what has worked well in their career journeys, what could have been strengthened, what they see ahead, and how they would describe the “who, what, how and why” of a breakbulk personality.