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  • May 17, 2018

    Land-based hubs may fundamentally change the port landscape

    Geopolitical developments such as the Chinese ‘Belt and Road’ strategy give rise to a new type of hubs. Whereas traditional maritime hubs rely on thriving shipping clusters, emerging hubs alongside major land …

  • May 17, 2018

     

    The International Association of Ports and Harbors (IAPH) convened in Baku, Azerbaijan, 8 – 11 May 2018, under the theme “Ports of the Future: Building Hubs, Accelerating Connectivity. Hosted by “Baku International Sea Trade Port” CJSC (Dr. Taleh Ziyadov, …

  • May 01, 2018

    This issue focuses on Europe region, Sustainability, Port handling equipment and more.

     

    In Open Forum ‘Shared viewpoint’, Frank Coles of Transas puts emphasis on people and processes when considering new technology.

     

    In Conversation ‘Education- a lynchpin for sustainability’, …

  • IAPH
  • May 01, 2018

    We are pleased to announce a new Regular Member from Gibraltar!

     

    Gibraltar Port Authority

    Mr. Manuel Tirado, :CEO and Captain of the Port Acting

    http://www.gibraltarport.com

     

    Our hearty welcome!

     

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  • May 01, 2018

     

     

    Ports welcome breakthrough on HNS Convention

     

    The International Association of Ports and Harbors welcomes the announcement made at the IMO Legal Committee earlier this week that Canada and Turkey ratified the 2010 IMO Convention on Hazardous and …

  • IAPH
  • April 27, 2018

    We are pleased to announce a new Regular Member from Japan!

     

    Port & Harbor Bureau, City of Osaka, Japan

    http://www.city.osaka.lg.jp/contents/wdu020/port/

     

     

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  • IAPH
  • April 17, 2018

    Global port authorities, represented through the International Association of Ports and Harbors (IAPH), welcome the initial strategy on reduction of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions from ships that was adopted at the International Maritime Organisation (IMO) earlier today. Key element of …

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