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Welcome to New Member

August 01, 2018

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We are pleased to announce a new Regular Member from U.A.E..Abu Dhabi PortsWebsite: http://www.adports.ae/enRepresentative: Mohamad Juma Al Shamisi, CEOOur hearty welcome!

Port Emissions Workshop Held in Argentina and Malaysia

July 26, 2018

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The workshops on the “Prevention and control of shipping and port air emissions” was held in Buenos Aires, Argentina and Bintulu, Malaysia. The objective of the workshop was to train participants in how to conduct port emissions assessments, and how to quantify and calculate air emissions from different sources within the port area.IAPH has been a strategic partner of the IMO-run GloMEEP project since 2016. More details (Argentina):http://glomeep.imo.org/…/port-emissions-workshop-held-in-a…

Ports & Harbors July/August 2018 issue published

July 11, 2018

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This issue focuses on Asia South East Oceania region, LNG and fuel bunkering, cyber security and more. In Open Forum ‘Unlocking potential’, Amy Jadesimi, CEO of Lagos Deep Offshore Logistics Base believes investment in Africa should be driven by data and a dispassionate evaluation of market needs. In Conversation ‘The risks and rewards of building a vision’, Parag Khanna, an international relations specialist and author, discusses Belt and Road and Baku’s future as a trade hub. In Last

Environmental Ship Index (ESI) still going strong

July 05, 2018

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According to Fer van de Laar, ESI Bureau Director,6,895 ships are registered and 53 incentive providers, as of July 1, 2018. The number of registered ships increased (+529) while incentive providers slightly decreased (-2) compared to April 1, 2018. More details on ESI website: http://esi.wpci.nl/Public/Home

Welcome to New Member

July 05, 2018

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We are pleased to announce a new Regular Member from China.Ningbo Zhoushan Port GroupWebsite: http://www.portnbzs.com.cn/English/Representative: MAO Jianhong, ChairmanOur hearty welcome!

World’s Largest Port Joins IAPH

June 26, 2018

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World's Largest Port Joins IAPH The Ningbo Zhoushan Port Group, which manages the port complex of Ningbo and Zhoushan in China, decided to join the International Association of Ports and Harbors. That was confirmed following the Maritime Silk Road Port International Cooperation Forum, which took place in Ningbo mid-June. IAPH President Santiago Garcia Milà gave a keynote address at the Forum and met on this occasion with Ni Chenggang, the Vice General Manager of Ningbo Zhoushan Port Group

Email spam warning

June 19, 2018

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This is an example of email spam that was recently reported. As with spams, the best thing to do is to ignore it and delete it from your email box. More importantly DO NOT reply to the email.  [Example case 1]From: info.iaphworldports@aol.comSubject: IAPHThank you very much XXX,did you already contactXXX? Kindly lend Him 975 usd or 950 euro to pay for theirvisa,travel tax and terminal fee.The immigration refuse to accepttheir check,and I will call you Wednesday morning to discuss how I ableto re

ICHCA and IAPH sign MoU in further boost for the World Ports Sustainability Program

June 18, 2018

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JOINT RELEASE : Rotterdam 13 June 2018 At the Terminal Operators Conference (TOC 2018) today in Rotterdam, ICHCA International, the global NGO and membership association for cargo handling operations, technical, HSSE and risk professionals has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the International Association of Ports and Harbors (IAPH) to pursue cooperative projects of mutual interest. This includes the sharing of the research and findings of ICHCA’s Technical Panel (ITP) with the IAPH mem

Vice President Molly Campbell addresses AIVP event

June 15, 2018

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Vice President (America, North region)Molly Campbell gave a keynote address at the conference AIVP, the Worldwide Network of Port Cities in Quebec City, Canada. At its 30th anniversary celebration event, Vice President highlighted the new strategic development plan of the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey as an illustration of how port authorities plan sustainably for the future. She also called upon all ports present to share their sustainability initiatives through the World Ports S

Port community to cooperate for a stronger voice in IMO – IAPH President delivers his ‘maiden speech’

June 12, 2018

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“The port community is represented in IMO through various organisations, including port authorities, cargo handling companies, harbour masters, maritime pilots, port community systems, ship agents and port police. Through closer cooperation between our respective organisations we will be able to take on the challenges of trade facilitation, climate change, automation, cybersecurity and others in dialogue with the shipping community and the maritime administrations represented in the IMO.” Thi

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