NEWS & EVENTS

Jury 2022 IAPH Sustainability Awards announced

March 04, 2022

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With the addition of port experts from China and Venezuela, representation for Asia and Latin America has been added to the eclectic mix of jury members for the IAPH Sustainability Awards. Academia, non-governmental organisations, research institutes, media, shipping, and former port executive management are all represented. Our esteemed jurists for 2022 (pictured below, left to right, top to bottom) are: Dr Cleopatra Doumbia-Henry, president of the World Maritime University, Dr Christopher Wool

IAPH Harbor Café opened for business

March 04, 2022

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On February 21 we launched the IAPH Harbor Café online forumfor an informal discussion on port cybersecurity which featured IAPH experts from Singapore, Ghana, Israel, France and the United States with participating ports from Germany, Morocco, Maldives, Cabo Verde, Japan and the US as well guests from Qatar, Panama and other countries. Questions to our cyber experts included how to get stakeholder buy-in at local and national level of the importance of dealing with cyberthreats at ports. Time w

Kick-off meeting ESI ‘at berth’ module held

March 04, 2022

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The process to build a new ‘at berth’ module for theIAPH Environmental Ship Index (ESI)has commenced. The new module will focus on the environmental performance of ships at berth for each port call. An online kick-off meeting by the project team was held 21 February. The module will initially focus on cruise shipping and will be funded by contributions from major cruise ports and IAPH. It will develop in two phases, starting with the reporting model, followed by the development of an at berth pe

Welcome! Port of London Authority from the UK

March 02, 2022

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We are pleased to announce that the Port of London Authority has joined the IAPH as a regular member. The Port of London Authority (PLA) is the custodian of the tidal Thames, 95 miles of river from Teddington Lock to the North Sea. The PLA has no shareholders and operates for the benefit of customers and stakeholders now and in the future. The PLA works to keep commercial and leisure users safe, protect and enhance the environment, and promote the use of the river for trade and travel. For m

IAPH Environmental Ship Index to include new module of ships at berth

February 25, 2022

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New module to focus on environmental performance of ships at berth for each port call IAPH is pleased to announce that the process to build a new module for theIAPH Environmental Ship Index (ESI)has commenced. The new module will focus on the environmental performance of ships at berth for each port call. An online kick-off meeting by the project team was held yesterday, Monday 21 February. The module will initially focus on cruise shipping and will be funded by contributions from major crui

IAPH Insider- February 24, 2022

February 24, 2022

IAPH Insider

IAPH Insider - 24 February 2022 This edition of IAPH Insider covers: This week's Insider highlights with MD Patrick Verhoeven #IAPH2022: Vancouver is ready to welcome you! #IAPH2022: an exciting programme awaits #ClosetheGaps pre-conference workshops continue Jury 2022 IAPH Sustainability Awards announced IAPH Harbor Café opened for business Welcome to new members from Italy and Canada Kick-off meetingESI 'at berth' module held Ports commit to green incentives at One Ocean

Welcome! Port Network Authority of the Ionian Sea – Port of Taranto from Italy

February 24, 2022

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We are pleased to announce that the Port Network Authority of the Ionian Sea, the governing body of the Port of Taranto, has joined the IAPH as a regular member. The Port of Taranto locates strategically in the heart of the Mediterranean Sea, with only 172 nautical miles from the main shipping route between Gibraltar and the Suez Canal. The Authority identifies itself as the key player in the revival of the port and logistics system of the Ionian province by introducing a series of actions aim

Member Ports News(27)

February 22, 2022

Member Port News

Europe and Africa Region February 2 Port of Göteborg AB: More freight trains than ever before in the port of Gothenburg February 3 Bulgarian Ports Infrastructure Company: Ferry Terminal Silistra with over 5 300 Processed Vessels in 2021 North Sea Port: North Sea Port builds new quay in Quarleshaven in Vlissingen Port Autonome de San Pedro: For the well-being of the youth of San Pedro, more than 3 tons of rice, 432 liters, 1600 packets of spaghetti, tables, benches, kitchen esse

World Maritime News(28)

February 22, 2022

World Maritime News

Global trade surges past pre-pandemic level Despite a severe blow at the start of the pandemic, the value of goods and services traded internationally is now at record highs. Trade figures reached a new record of $28.5trn in 2021, up 13% on pre-pandemic levels, according to the latest World Trade Outlook from UNCTAD. But while figures remained strong and even accelerated during the fourth quarter, the outlook for the first quarter is not as strong, with trade expected to slow in the first quart

One Ocean Summit Brest 2022 – Joint commitment of port stakeholders to reduce the environmental impact of port calls

February 21, 2022

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The One Ocean Summit Brest 2022 declared their joint commitment including the ESI program on February 11, 2022. IAPH is now encouraged to broadly disseminate the ESI program to the port communities worldwide in the years to come. (Excerpt) The port authorities, representing the main maritime entry points of the countries represented at the One Ocean Summit, the terminal operators as well as the financial institutions signatories, declare their common commitment: - To make their best efforts

Welcome! Association of Canadian Port Authorities from Canada

February 18, 2022

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We are pleased to announce that the Association of Canadian Port Authorities (ACPA) has joined the IAPH as an associate member. ACPA, founded in 1958, brings together the 17 Canada Port Authorities and related marine interests into one national association and represents the interests of the 17 port authorities that make up the National Ports System. ACPA’s mission is to champion and advocate for Canadian ports in government policy, trade, competitiveness, and public awareness to contribute to

IAPH Insider- February 10, 2022

February 10, 2022

IAPH Insider

This edition of IAPH Insider covers: This week's Insider highlights with MD Patrick Verhoeven IAPH Harbor Café opens 21 February #IAPH2020 conference agenda is now live #ClosetheGaps pre-conference workshops started New members from Australia, the UK andthe Netherlands IAPH 2022 membership directory published IAPH automation group starts on 1 March Final countdown for the 2022 IAPH Sustainability Awards IAPH will join TPM2022 in Long Beach IADC sustainable dredging course f

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