NEWS & EVENTS

Welcome! Vietnam Seaports Association (VPA) from Vietnam

January 18, 2022

News

We are pleased to announce that the Vietnam Seaports Association (VPA) has joined the IAPH as an associate member. The VPA is a career-associated organization established on a volunteer basis in 1994. It cooperates and supports developing port personnel’s careers, improving business efficiency, and protecting members’ economic interests in port management, business, and operations. It also collaborates with similar activities of other port associations on such a basis. Website: http://www.vp

IAPH Insider- January 13, 2022

January 13, 2022

IAPH Insider

This edition of IAPH Insider covers: This week's Insider highlights with MD Patrick Verhoeven #IAPH2022: last days for the Early Bird discount Last days for 2022 IAPH Sustainability Awards entries Sign up for the second International Port Strategy course January-February issue of Ports & Harbors is out New P&H poll: women at senior level roles in ports Welcome to new members! IAPH Data Collaboration Committee meets 18 January World Customs Organization publishes newData Model

The January-February issue of Ports & Harbors is out

January 13, 2022

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In the cover story of the first 2022 issue of Ports & Harbors, lead transport economist at The World Bank Martin Humphreys talks with IAPH managing director Patrick Verhoeven about advancing digitalisation and decarbonisation in ports and on what it takes to give developing countries a fair business opportunity. They look at how The World Bank and IAPH can jointly address challenges developing countries face on these two key areas moving ahead, closingthe gaps on governance, social aspects and o

World Maritime News(25)

January 12, 2022

World Maritime News

Outlook for supply chain disruption in 2022 Early this year, any expectations of easing supply chain congestion and containerized freight rates are too optimistic as the pandemic continues to exert its influence over the sector. Carriers and their customers began their 2021-22 service contract negotiations several months earlier than usual, seeking stability and predictability in an eastbound trans-Pacific trade roiled by supply chain disruptions. With import volumes in the trans-Pacific proj

IAPH collaborates with APEC to offer course on International Port Strategy

January 11, 2022

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Course also counts on collaboration with the University of Antwerp’sCentre for Maritime and Air Transport ManagementandAntwerp Management School The International Association of Ports & Harbors (IAPH) is pleased to be contributing again to theAntwerp and Flanders Port Training Center(APEC) online coursefor port professionals on International Port Strategy, with the participation of a diverse mix of experienced senior port experts, academics and global policy makers providing their insights on t

Member Ports News(24)

January 11, 2022

Member Port News

Europe and Africa Region December 20 Ports of Cabo Verde: Note: Small Order Center of Porto da Praia and Porto Grande December 21 North Sea Port: Shipping rates and terms and conditions 2022 December 22 Autoridad Portuaria de Bilbao: PORT OF BILBAO TRAFFIC ON A CLEAR TREND TOWARDS RECOVERY Baku International Sea Trade Port: A knowledge contest called "Victory" was held for schoolchildren in Baku Port Port Autonome de Conakry: PAC INFO: DG PAC MAKES CONTACT WITH THE DOCKERS

IAPH Insider- December 23, 2021

December 23, 2021

IAPH Insider

This edition of IAPH Insider covers: This week's Insider highlights with MD Patrick Verhoeven Dates and leaders #ClosetheGaps workshops announced Final call for the 2022 IAPH Sustainability Awards Board adopts IAPH work programme for 2022 Welcome to new members! IAPH president at UNCTAD supply chain crisis meeting IAPH MD in Lloyd's Register 'Infrastructure 2040' talks IMO Assembly elects new 40-member Council ICS publishes seafarer vaccination guide Happy Holidays! Membe

World Maritime News(24)

December 22, 2021

World Maritime News

Supply chain disruption risk in 2022 The fundamental structural market vulnerabilities that had led to so much disruption this year remain in place, according to Drewry head of supply chain advisers Philip Damas. On top of this, however, shippers faced four other key risks in the year ahead. Key among these is the chance of another dispute between the International Longshore and Warehouse Union and US west coast port employers when the two parties renegotiate their labor agreement. Despite eff

Member Port News(23)

December 22, 2021

Member Port News

Europe and Africa Region December 3 Gibraltar Port Authority: Minister Daryanani welcomes the MV Viking Sea on its inaugural call to Gibraltar December 6 Port of Rotterdam Authority: Anticipate weather impact on your business December 7 Baku International Sea Trade Port: The training for media representatives at the Port of Baku has been successfully completed bremenports GmbH & Co. KG: PORT FEES RISE BY TWO PERCENT - INVESTMENTS IN PORTS PLANNED Ports of Cabo Verde: Ministe

Welcome! Companhia de Desenvolvimento do Complexo Industrial e Portuário do Pecém from Barzil

December 09, 2021

News

We are pleased to announce that Companhia de Desenvolvimento do Complexo Industrial e Portuário do Pecém, (Pecém Industrial and Port Complex) has joined the IAPH as a regular member. Pecém Industrial and Port Complex is a joint venture formed by the State of Ceará and the Port of Rotterdam. The Pecém Port has a strategic geographical location, closer to the United States, Europe, and the Middle East. In addition, it has the only exportation processing zone in operation in Brazil, with complete

IAPH Insider- December 8, 2021

December 08, 2021

IAPH Insider

This edition of IAPH Insider covers: Three weeks left to join the IAPH Awards competition Submit your hydrogen projects forthe IAPH Awards Don't miss the Early Bird rate for #IAPH2022 Limited progress on GHG emissions at MEPC 77 What's next for shipping after COP 26 and MEPC 77? Webinar on lifecycle analysis of GHG for marine fuels IAPH president interviewed for ICS Leadership Insights IAPH participated inPMAWCA meetings in Douala IAPH facilitated Japanese-Taiwanese port webi

Member Port News (22)

December 08, 2021

Member Port News

Europe and Africa Region November 17 Bulgarian Ports Infrastructure Company: BPI Co. has been using GIS for 7 years in managing the port infrastructure Port Authority of Douala (P.A.D.): ONPC'S RESIDUAL ASSETS: THE PAD RECOVERES ITS PROPERTY November 19 Baku International Sea Trade Port: A delegation led by David Kullen, Head of the European Commission's Directorate-General for Neighborhood Policy and Enlargement Negotiations, visited Baku Port November 22 Port Authority of Genoa

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