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Journal Ports & Harbors – 2018 (Vol. 63)

PH_Cover_1801 January/February

■Facilitating free trade

Baku fired up to be Eurasian hub network

■Smoother operator

Single window for port-ship interaction

■Rubbish roundup

Baltimore’s personable trash gathers

March/April

■Credit where it’s due

The case for emissions reduction incentives
■Stakeholder buy-in

A recipe for successful single windows
■Capacity uplift
India prepares for consumer spending growth

       

 

 

Journal Ports & Harbors – 2017 (Vol. 62)

P&H_cover_1701 January/February

■Tapping Trump’s trillion
AAPA puts forward ports’ perspective
■LNG’s long-term outlook
Partnerships are key to building network
■Robot roll-out
Melbourne’s fully automated terminal opens

P&H_1703  March/April

■Make in India

Modi welcomes investment
■Middle East competition

Saudi Arabia looks west
■View from the ship
Dry bulk terminals score high in survey

 

       
170517_Cover_P&H_1705 May/June

■India’s 12 port plan
shipping minister drives green agenda
■Eyes on overseas markets
South Korea eases investment hurdles
■planning priorities
Australia’s east coast looks to inland ports

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July/August

■Team Work

Latin American VP to boost regional interest
■Yard yield
RTGs are key to port benchmarking study
■Silted Santos
Dredging weighs heavy on Brazil’s outlook

       

September/October 

■New kid on the ‘block’
Ports join ‘chain’ in software revolution
■Dark side of digitilisation
Ports fight back against cyber crime
■Three pillars for growth
SG Milà speaks on ports’ sustainable future

November/December

■Hard hitters
Ports’ plans for hurricane protection
■Grimaldi on ports
Shipowner’s take on sustainability
■Shale expectations
Corpus Christi dredges for increased exports

 

 

 

Journal Ports & Harbors – 2016 (Vol. 61)

P&H_1601_Cover January/February

A giant challenge
ports try to keep up with magaship needs

Top port projects of 2016
Notable expansions and renovations

Soundings bring success
Hydrographics’ key role in Nigeria and Suez

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March/April

Talk to your customeres
TT Club advices on VGM compliance

Asia’s winners and losers
Transhipment ports fight back

Carbon-neutral by 2020
Barcelona plans to cut CO2 to zero

       
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 May/June

■Watershed protection
Panama conserves and recycles

■Cool cruise
Terminal designs that inspire
■Demystifying risk
New insurance guidance for members

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 July/August

■The crux of the matter
Chris Trelawny speaks out about security

■Game changer
Automation plans for US and Australia

■Style and elegance
Salerno’s terminal tribute to architect

       
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September/October

■The crux of the matter
Chris Trelawny speaks out about security
■Game changer
Automation plans for US and Australia
■Style and elegance
Salerno’s terminal tribute to architect

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November/December

■Cuba’s waiting game
Mariel sits tight for power shuffle
■Each to its own
Shipping alliances seek hub security
■A tale of two coasts
Panama Canal expansion gives lines options

 

 

 

Journal Ports & Harbors – 2015 (Vol. 60)

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Major port projects
ports grow to match shipping’s evolution

■Look down for efficiency
Hydrographics help marline traffic

Engineering change
Women graduates to sea

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March/April

■Asia Pacific focus
Expasions, upgrades and new ports

■Controlling traffic
Vessel traffic management sysytems in action

Earthquake alert!
Practising for disasters

       
page-000003 May/June

TEN-T connections
New money for three ports

■African ports
How oil praices are affecting East vs West

Rivalry continues
Charleston and Savannah expansions

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July/August

■Port automation
Singapore goes 4G
US gate appointments
Marrying safety & efficiency
Five challenges for ports

       
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September/October

■Revvingup
Prince Rupert’ s expansion project
■Tradewave
Cuba on the cusp
■Upgradingports
Brazil’s modernization 2.0 programme

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November/December

■EU-IMO emissions clash
European rules may muddy the waters
■US ports clear the air
Pollution-beating is buoyed by success
■Bergen switches on
Norway’s frontrunner in shore power

 

 

 

Journal Ports & Harbors – 2014 (Vol. 59)

page-000001 January/February

Plan fit for a Prince
Rebuilding Haiti’s devastated port

Dust dampener
Controlling the effects of moving bulk goods

The rising tide
Sea level increase not just ports’problem

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March/April

Neighbours
Ports and cities must cooperate

Ports without paper
Lisbon is making it happen

Safety and security
Evolving poets need comprehensive systems

       
page-000003 May/June

Electricfying equipment
Ports cranes reduce emissoions

Access to Antwerp
Making the rlver port attractive

Bridging the box gap
Indeia increases container capacity

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July/August

Looking at alternatives
Pressure mounts for pollution cuts

Safer and cleaner
Automation is gaining ground globally

Protecting the whales
Dredging in a sensitive environment

       
page-000005 September/October

Port software
ROPES survey results are In

■Infrastructure
Improved vessel congestion and safety

Greer Inland Port
Generating jobs away from the coast

page-000006 November/December

■Informing on piracy

What’s happening – at a glance

■Ongoing policing
How Gulf of Aden is fighting back

Oil siphoning
Asian ‘splike’ ralses concerns

 

 

 

Journal Ports & Harbors – 2013 (Vol.58)

no01_h January/February

Hamburg hamstrung
Judges halt Elbe deepening

Manage the weather
Reduce your premiums

Pirates alley
West Africa’s vulnerable ports

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March/April

UAE double act
Khalifa and Kizad bond for growth

Coastal lookout
Ports’ role as environmental stewards

Short-cut to savings
Can vessel route planning cut costs?

       
no03_h May/June

UAE double act
Khalifa and Kizad bond for growth

Coastal lookout
Ports’ role as environmental stewards

Short-cut to savings
Can vessel route planning cut costs?

no04_h

July/August

■Congestion challenge
Dar es Salaam reaches out to hinterland

■Working with robots
Safety concerns in automated ports

■IAPH success
Competition winners revealed in LA

       
no05_h September/October

■Fuelling the future

Handling LNG bunkers safely

■Hot or cold?
Arctic v Suez in the race from east to west

■Repositioning for power
Wind energy lucrative for some ports

PH1311 November/December

■Agenda for gender

Women’s forum chair confronts issue in ports

■Cyber crime
Belgian agent responds to drug-driven hacking

■Re-planting paradise
Mangroves given second chance on Aruba

 

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