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#IAPH2021 hosts world’s container industry leaders

We are delighted to announce that Rodolphe Saadé, Chairman and CEO of CMA CGM, and Bai Jingtao, CEO of China Merchants Port Holdings have joined the stellar speakers’ cast at this year’s World Ports Conference. Mr Saadé and Dr Bai will be …

#IAPH2021 sneak preview webinar on 21 May

Our last pre-conference webinar will be fully devoted to the World Ports Conference itself. Together with our partners Port of Antwerp and IHS Markit we will be providing you with a sneak preview of the conference highlights, anticipating some of the main …

#IAPH2021: 64 candidates for the Sustainability Awards

64 projects were submitted by 37 IAPH member ports from 21 countries as entries for the 2021 World Ports Sustainability Awards, bringing the overall project portfolio on the World Ports Sustainability Program database to well over 200. The projects are …

Discover the first global container port performance index

The COVID-19 pandemic highlighted the critical role that ports play in the global economy. It also highlighted the need to ensure business continuity and improve the resilience of the maritime gateways, as ports act as crucial nodes in the global …

#IAPH2021: IAPH renews ties with WCO

IAPH has had a memorandum of understanding with the World Customs Organization (WCO) since 1987. In recent years, the cooperation with WCO however slowed down to become virtually non-existent. Thanks to the chairman of the IAPH Data Collaboration Committee, Pascal …

IAPH Clean Marine Fuels presents new audio-visual

Last week, members of the IAPH Clean Marine Fuels Working Group met online for two 120-minute videoconferences to make a workable meeting in the new virtual environment, including breakout sessions of its safety and communications workstreams. The Group welcomed the …

#IAPH2021: a world-class online event experience

The 2021 IAPH World Ports Conference will give you a world-class event experience in the comfort of your own office or home. The programme counts no less than fifty (50) topical sessions, covering four strategic areas that are on the …

IAPH2021 webinar: get ready for a multi-fuel future

With regulatory measures on emissions reductions in shipping still being formulated and the debate still open on which fuels to use, the IMO 2050 target clock is ticking to reduce global reductions in shipping carbon dioxide emissions by at least …

IAPH AGM 2021 to be held via correspondence

The Annual General Meeting (AGM) of IAPH normally takes place during the World Ports Conference. Next to dealing with all formalities foreseen in the organisation’s Constitution, it allows every member to review what has been achieved in the previous working …

April ESI scores show stabilisation

The scores for the ships enrolled in the IAPH Environmental Ship Index (ESI) for the quarter starting 1 April 2021 were released a few days ago. Compared to the previous quarter, the number of registered ships in the ESI programme …

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