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#IAPH2022: have breakfast with your regional colleagues

April 08, 2022

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The World Ports Conference agenda is accompanied by a series of IAPH working meetings, including the Women’s Forum and Annual General Meeting on Wednesday 18 May and the Technical Committee meetings on Thursday 19 May. OnMonday 16andTuesday 17 May,prior to the start of the conference sessions, the six IAPH regions will meet in parallel breakfast meetings, under the leadership of their vice-presidents. The agenda focuses on the results of the pre-conference regional workshops which will be presen

#IAPH2022: discover how to play Port Endeavor

April 08, 2022

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Port Endeavor is the world’s only port sustainability business game.It was developed by ports for ports, drawing on real life examples from the 230+ strong IAPH World Ports Sustainability Program (WPSP) database of projects and best practices on how ports integrate the UN Sustainable Development Goals into their business models and operations. The aim of the game is to increase awareness among port management, staff and professionals working in port communities on how ports are already applying

#IAPH2022: vote for your favourite sustainability projects

April 08, 2022

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Voting by the general public is open for the #IAPH2022 Sustainability Awards, with votes being collected online via theIAPH World Ports Sustainability Program (WPSP) website.Anesteemed jury of nine independent expertshas selected three finalists from a long list of projects submitted by ports from 26 different countries in each of the following categories : Climate and Energy, Environmental Care, Community Building, Infrastructure, Digitalisation, and Health, Safety and Security. In order to tak

#IAPH2022: P&H poll on closing the gaps

April 08, 2022

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The regional pre-conference workshops aim to identify gaps in port operations, with the World Ports Conference aiming to #CloseTheGaps and issue a call toaction. To help identifying the main priorities for ports andtheir customers, the next edition of the IAPH membership magazine Ports & Harbors asks which of the suggested focus areas (connectivity and accessibility, port efficiency, cost of cargo shipping, regulatory environment, digitalisation, decarbonisation) do readers consider the most imp

Welcome to new members from California and India

April 08, 2022

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We are delightedto welcome the ports of Long Beach and Hueneme, both located in California, as new regular members, together with associate member Injotech India Private Limited.The Port of Long Beachis one of the principal U.S. gateways for trans-Pacific trade and a trailblazer in innovative goods movement, safety, environmental stewardship, and sustainability. Goods moving through the Port of Long Beach originate in or are destined for every congressional district. In 2021, the port handled ab

African members invited to vote for new vice-president

April 08, 2022

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Following a process of self-nomination, the IAPH Board endorsed the candidature of Michael Achagwe Luguje, director-general of the Ghana Ports and Harbours Authority, to become IAPH’s next vice-president for Africa, succeeding Hadiza Bala Usman, former managing director of the Nigerian Ports Authority, who stepped down earlier this year. In the interim period, Jens Meier, vice-president Europe (Hamburg Port Authority), observed the Africa mandate. Regular and honorary IAPH members from the Afric

IAPH Board appointed new chairman Legal Committee

April 08, 2022

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IAPH Board members met online on Tuesday to discuss, among other topics, the organisation’s financial plan for the coming years. They approved the 2021 financial accounts, including the report of the Finance and Audit Committee. Board members also discussed the latest preparations for theWorld Ports Conferenceand agreed to appoint Mārtiņš Ziemanis (Freeport of Riga Authority) as Legal Counsellor and chairman of the Legal Committee, succeeding Frans van Zoelen, who is retiring from the Port of Ro

April ESI scores published

April 08, 2022

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The scores for the ships enrolled in the IAPH Environmental Ship Index (ESI) for the quarter starting 1 April 2022 were released last week. Compared to the previous quarter, the number of ships with a score of 20 or more in the database increased from 4,731 to 4,808 and the number of incentive providers rose from 61 to 62. The ESI was established in 2011 and it identifies seagoing ships that perform better in reducing air emissions than required by the current emission standards of the Internati

IAPH DCC chairman speaks at Singapore Maritime Week

April 08, 2022

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Pascal Ollivier, the chairman of the IAPH Data Collaboration Committee (DCC) and president of Maritime Street joined the MarineTech Conference yesterday, one of the flagship events ofSingapore Maritime Week. Pascal chaired a session on ‘New frontiers in cybersecurity’ which addressed questions on new technologies and increasing digitalisation, the future of maritime security, critical points and remedies to secure ships, ports and supply chains. In doing so, Pascal referred extensively tothe cyb

Welcome! Injotech India Private Limited from India

April 05, 2022

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We are pleased to announce that Injotech India Private Limited has joined the IAPH as an associate member. Injotech India Private Limited provides the following Non-Destructive Examination (NDE) services as per various international standards. Industrial X-Ray/Gamma Ray, Ultrasonic Testing, Metal and Coating Thickness Inspection, Magnetic Particle Testing, Computerized and Digital Radiography, Film Digitization, Remote Visual Inspection, IR Thermography, Liquid Penetrant Testing, Visual Inspect

Welcome! Port of Hueneme from the USA

April 05, 2022

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We are pleased to announce that the Port of Hueneme in the USA has joined the IAPH as a regular member. The Port of Hueneme is owned and operated by the Oxnard Harbor District. The Port is just 60 miles north of Los Angeles, adjacent to major populated urban areas, automotive epicenters, and California’s agriculture heartland. The Port of Hueneme is one of the most productive and efficient commercial trade gateways for niche cargo on the West Coast. In 2017, the Port of Hueneme became the first

Welcome! Port of Long Beach from the USA

April 05, 2022

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We are pleased to announce that the Port of Long Beach in the USA has joined the IAPH as a regular member. The Port of Long Beach is the premier U.S. gateway for trans-Pacific trade and a trailblazer in innovative goods movement, safety, environmental stewardship, and sustainability. Goods moving through the Port of Long Beach originate in or are destined for every congressional district. In 2021, the Port handled about 9.38 million TEUs, achieving a new record. For more information, please v

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