Ports & Harbors July/August 2019 issue published

PH_Cover_1907This issue focuses on Sustainability, North America region, Dredging and more stories such as…

 

Open Forum- ‘Trade war fallout’: Dr Noel Hacegaba, Deputy Executive Director of Port of Long Beach says the port of long beach remains bullish despite US-China trade tensions have hit the port.

 

Cover story -‘Ports seek IMO 2020 clarity’: Ahead of IMO 2020, Ports are gearing up to handle low-sulphur fuels, but will they be able to cope? Stephen Cousins reports.

 

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The next September/October 2019 issue will focus on ‘Evolving role of ports- as part of supply chain, free trade zone, as material handlers, 3D printing’, ‘Asia Region’ and ‘Port design and planning including hydrography’ and more. P&H is always welcoming members’ contribution to the article or ideas as well as comments on the magazine at ph@iaphworldports.org

 

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