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  • IAPH
  • July 21, 2017

    At its world ports conference in Bali this May, IAPH decided and announced that the World Ports Climate Initiative (WPCI) will be expanded to extend its scope from climate action to a full range of sustainability port development challenges …

  • July 13, 2017

    This issue’s cover stories feature “IAPH Bali Conference” focusing on the theme of each presentation made during the working sessions.


    In Open Forum ‘Teamwork will make it happen’, new IAPH Vice President (Central & South America region) Guimara Tu

  • IAPH
  • July 05, 2017

    We are pleased to announce a new Regular member from Liberia!


    National Port Authority of Liberia *

    Mr. David F. Williams, Managing Director/CEO


    *a state-owned corporation to manage, plan, and build all public ports in Liberia, currently managing four …

  • July 04, 2017

    From July 1, 2017, the Environmental Ship Index (ESI) started evaluating performance in the field of CO2. Until then, only the environmental performance of ships on emissions of air pollution (NOx and SOx) were assessed. This makes the index the …

  • July 03, 2017

    According to Fer van de Laar, Bureau Director of IAPH’s World Ports Climate Initiative (WPCI) 

    5,804 ships are registered and 50 incentive providers, as of July 1, 2017. The number of registered ships (+307) increased compared to April 1, 2017.…

  • June 29, 2017

    The Port Planning and Development Committee have recently come up with a final report on the following interesting two subjects. 


    ‘Optimized Modern Multi-Purpose Terminals’ (May 2017)
    ‘Guidance to trailers’ behavior at landside terminal gates’ (May 2017)


    IAPH members …