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World Ports Conference in Bali concluded successfully

Hosted by Indonesia Port Corporation I, II, III & IV, IAPH World Ports Conference was successfully held in Bali, Indonesia from May 7 to 12 attracting more than 650 delegates, accompanying persons, guest speakers, sponsors and exhibitors from 50 countries in …

Welcome to New Members

We are pleased to announce a new Associate member (marine construction engineers) from UK!

 

Proserve Ltd

Representative: Mr. Martin Hawkswood, Director & Principal Engineer

Website:  http://www.proserveltd.co.uk

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Welcome to New Members

We are pleased to announce a new member port from Cameroon!

 

Port Autonome de Kribi

Representative:Mr. MELOM Patrice Barthelemy, General Manager

 

Welcome to Kribi!

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Environmental Ship Index (ESI) still going strong

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

5,497 ships are registered and 50 incentive providers, as of April 1, 2017. The number of both the registered ships (+398) and incentive providers (+1) …

Welcome to New Members

We are pleased to announce a new member port from India!

 

Adani Petronet (DAHEJ) Port Pvt. Ltd.

Representative: Capt. Anil Kishore Singh

Website: http://www.adaniports.com

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Welcome to New Members

We are pleased to announce a new member port from China!

 

Guangzhou Port Authority

Representative: Mr. Chang Min, Director General

Website: http://www.gzport.gov.cn/

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Welcome to New Members

We are pleased to announce a new Associate Member from Newcastle, Australia!

 

WaterGasRenew Pty Ltd

Representative: Mr. Bob Dixon, Chief Executive Officer

Business activity:  Design and manufacture products operating in Australian ports used primarily for the prevention, detection and …

Ports & Harbors March/April 2017 issue published

This issue focuses on the “Asia South/West, East and Middle East region”, “Vessel traffic management”, “Port design and planning” and more.

 

In Open Forum ‘Two assumptions about the future of ports’ Richard Clayton, Fairplay magazine’s chief maritime correspondent -says ports

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