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  • November 25, 2021

    The IAPH 2022 World Ports Conference has a new agenda-setting format! The ongoing supply chain crunch has exposed structural weaknesses in various components of maritime supply chains, including ports. #IAPH2022 will bring together leading port stakeholders to #ClosetheGaps in global seaport competitiveness, setting …

  • November 25, 2021

    The UNCTAD Maritime Review 2021 emphasises that the current supply chain crunch is partly caused by structural factors, including port infrastructure quality. With infrastructure updates in ports taking years to come online, we want to talk about the resilience and …

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  • November 25, 2021

    We encourage all IAPH member ports to submit their entries for the fourth edition of the IAPH World Ports Sustainability Awards. As in the previous edition, the 2022 winners and runners-up will be selected by an expert, fully-independent jury and by …

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  • November 25, 2021

    Over 200 people participated in the online workshop on collaboration between customs and port authorities that was organised by IAPH and the World Customs Organization last Tuesday. The webinar compared best practices from India, Malaysia, Indonesia, Netherlands, United States and United Arab …

  • November 25, 2021

    The 77th meeting of the IMO Marine Environment Protection Committee (MEPC) takes place in online format this week. The meeting follows the COP 26 climate summit held earlier this month in Glasgow, Scotland. The summit has increased pressure on IMO …

  • November 25, 2021

    To replace the vacancy left by Tessa Major (former Port of Açu), the Risk and Resilience Committee nominated at its last meeting Ann Yuan Yue (Port of Guangzhou) and Niels Vanlaer (Port of Antwerp) respective as its chair and vice-chair. …

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