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  • February 05, 2020

    From this year onward, it is possible to register for the full three-day conference, including the IAPH working sessions on Tuesday, or just register for the Wednesday-Thursday conference days. Of course, we recommend that you go for the full experience! …

  • February 05, 2020

     

    In only six weeks from now the international port community will be gathering in Antwerp for the 2020 World Ports Conference. The main conference programme opens 18 March with keynotes from Tan Chong Meng, Group CEO of PSA International, …

  • January 31, 2020

    IAPH Membership Directory 2020 was published and sent out to IAPH Members this week. We would like to thank all the IAPH Members who assisted us in keeping the contents up-to-date as well as advertisers who kindly placed impressive adverts. …

  • IAPH
  • January 29, 2020

    As a result of recent election held among Regular Members in America, Central and South region,  Ms. Tessa Major (CCO, Port of Açu, Brazil) was elected as the IAPH Vice President (America, Central and South) (2019-2021) and joined the IAPH Board  on …

  • January 14, 2020

    A new Regular member has joined us, Port of Duqm Company SAOC, Oman (Mr. Reggy Vermeulen, CEO) that is situated on the southeastern seaboard of the Sultanate of Oman. It plays a triple role of port authority, terminal operator and …

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  • January 10, 2020

    Two submissions on port call optimisation are currently being prepared for two major IMO Committee meetings this spring. One submission contains an information paper on Just-In-Time (JIT) arrival of ships, prepared by the Global Industry Alliance, which operates under the …

  • January 10, 2020

    The latest scores of the IAPH Environmental Ship Index (ESI) project were produced on 1 January. The number of vessels in the ESI database is still rising and the Port of Aarhus was welcomed as the first incentive provider of …

  • IAPH
  • January 10, 2020

    The IMO global sulphur content cap applies from 1 January this year. It implies that the sulphur content of fuel oil used on board commercial ships trading outside sulphur Emission Control Areas (ECAs) must not exceed 0.50%. To mark the …

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