Ports & Harbors January/February 2019 issue published

PH_Cover_1901This issue focuses on IMO 2020 low sulphur fuels, Africa region, Automation (including the ship shore interface, digital ship) and more stories such as…

 

In Open Forum ‘Holistic empowerment’, Lars Robert Pedersen, Deputy Secretary General of BIMCO, explains how ports can benefit from breaking the barriers that separate them from the shipping industry. In Conversation section, ‘Road to growth’, IAPH 2019 Conference Vice President and Guangzhou port’s deputy director general Mdm Yuan Yue explains Belt and Road, Brexit, and efforts to boost sustainability in Port of Guangzhou. In Last Word ‘A port that reconciles public interest’, Ki-Chan Nam, president of Busan Port Authority (BPA), explains how the port is looking to cement its credentials as a public good, as well as an economic powerhouse.

 

IAPH Members can see the full stories  online at Library Page. If you are not an IAPH Member, please click here for subscription order form (printed version only). Click here to check the past issues before subscribing it.

 

The next March/April 2019 issue will focus on Port Software, Asia: South East and Oceania Region, Vessel Traffic Management, Safety and Security.  P&H is always welcoming members’ contribution to the article or ideas as well as comments on the magazine (click here).  If you are interested in advertisement, please contact Associate Sales Specialist Sharon Owen IAPH members can place an ad with a 20% discount.

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