Ports & Harbors May/June 2018 issue published

PH_Cover_1805This 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’, Julie Lithgow of the Institute of Chartered Shipbrokers discusses training as an essential part component to sustainability.

 

In Last Word ‘Future bound Baku Stages Connectivity Debate’, Taleh Ziyadov of Port of Baku says Baku wants to be green, smart and healthy, aiming to be the ‘greenest’ port on the Caspian Sea.

 

The next July/August issue will focus on Asia, South East and Oceania Region, Port software (including cyber security), Fuel bunkering and more.

 

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P&H is always welcoming articles or ideas for articles from members as well as comments on the magazine at ph@iaphworldports.org

 

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