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  • October 19, 2020

    Latest news and information from IAPH member ports at a glance

    IAPH member ports reportedly remain open, thanks to their strenuous efforts to contain the spread of this virus.

    We have collected such news and information coming in from our member ports for sharing best practice, as of October 19.…

  • IAPH
  • October 16, 2020

    During summer, the IAPH Board identified three strategic focus areas for the coming years: climate and energy, data collaboration and risk and resilience. These cover genuinely global topics that are on the agenda of most port managers and international regulators …

  • October 16, 2020

    The new Technical Committees will receive active support in terms of content, meeting preparation and follow-up. To enable this, the Board restructured the staff and resources in Japan and Europe in two complementary operational units, a Finance and Administration Unit …

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  • October 16, 2020

    We are delighted to announce that IAPH has joined the IMO-Norway GreenVoyage2050 Project as a strategic partner. The GreenVoyage2050 Project is a partnership project between the Government of Norway and IMO aiming to transform the shipping industry towards a lower carbon future. …

  • October 16, 2020

    The latest scores of the Environmental Ship Index (ESI) were published last week, covering the period between 1 July and 30 September. The ESI database now counts 8485 ships, of which 5032 have an ESI score equal or higher than …

  • IAPH
  • October 16, 2020

    In this edition’s round up of member port news, you will find stories from the following IAPH members:

    – Europe and Africa: San Pedro, Bilbao, Ports of Tenerife, Valencia, Rotterdam, Douala, 
    Hamburg, Nigerian Ports Authority, North Sea Port, Oslo,  Amsterdam, Tenerife, 
    Marseille, CaboVerde, Genoa, Cabinda, Algeciras, Ghana, Antalya
    – America (North and Central/South): Seattle, National Port Administration (Uruguay),…

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  • October 12, 2020

    Latest news and information from IAPH member ports at a glance

    IAPH member ports reportedly remain open, thanks to their strenuous efforts to contain the spread of this virus.

    We have collected such news and information coming in from our member ports for sharing best practice, as of October 12.…

  • October 06, 2020

    Our hearty welcome to Ashdod Port Company Ltd., Israel – Moshe (Shiko) Zana, CEO!
    The Port of Ashdod is one of Israel’s two main cargo ports, located in Ashdod, about 40 kilometers south of Tel Aviv, adjoining the mouth of …

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