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Welcome! BM Bergmann Marine from Germany

We are pleased to announce that BM Bergmann Marine has joined IAPH as an associate member. BM Bergmann Marine provides its clients with a large variety of consultancy services mainly in the maritime industry by a team of experts with …

#IAPH2021: revisit highlights and share your feedback

The 2021 World Ports Conference offered an unprecedented event journey, in the format of a five-day television broadcast with more than 50 sessions featuring over 100 speakers. Because of the scale of the content offered, all conference sessions remain available to …

Results fourth Risk and Resilience Committee meeting

The IAPH Risk and Resilience Committee met 7 July for its fourth online meeting since its creation last fall. The Committee had a thorough discussion on the successor of the COVID-19 Port Economic Impact Barometer, which is taking the form …

Results fourth Data Collaboration Committee meeting

The IAPH Data Collaboration Committee met 13 July for its fourth online meeting since its creation last fall. Committee members were joined by Julian Abril, Head of the Facilitation (FAL) Section at the IMO, for a debrief on the latest …

Is your port cyber-proof? Take the new P&H poll

The IAPH Data Collaboration Committee will present its latest guidelines on cybersecurity for ports and port facilities at the IMO MSC 104 meeting this October. These guidelines have been developed for the C-Suite level of port management and they are …

Time slot management, a solution for port congestion?

Reflecting on current congestion problems in global maritime (container) supply chains, several institutional and academic experts, including from UNCTAD, BIMCO and UN-CEFACT, published a paper introducing the concept of ‘dynamic time slot management’. The paper proposes the use of time …

Check out the latest ESI scores

The scores for the ships enrolled in the IAPH Environmental Ship Index (ESI) for the quarter starting 1 July 2021 were released two weeks ago. Compared to the previous quarter, the number of ships with a score of 20 or …

Xinhua-Baltic index ranks Singapore no1 shipping centre

The Xinhua-Baltic International Shipping Centre Development Index, published by Chinese news agency Xinhua and global maritime data provider Baltic Exchange, has ranked Singapore as the top global shipping centre for the eighth year running. The index is an independent ranking …

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