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World Maritime News (23)

December 08, 2021

World Maritime News

Measures against supply chain crisis and issues in LA/LB ports The US President said terminal operators at the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach would eliminate fees when truck drivers come into the port to collect containers if they do so at night or on weekends when roads are less congested. However, FMC commissioner Carl Bentzel said the temporary amendment to the PierPass program would not do much to promote 24/7 operations. CMA CGM plans to offer incentives to importers to remove contai

Registration for #IAPH2022 #ClosetheGaps is open

November 25, 2021

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TheIAPH 2022 World Ports Conferencehas a new agenda-setting format!The ongoing supply chain crunch has exposed structural weaknesses in various components of maritime supply chains, including ports. #IAPH2022 will bring together leading port stakeholders to #ClosetheGaps in global seaport competitiveness, setting an agenda to raise the performance of the world’s major port regions. Register today for #IAPH2022 to participate in pre-conference regional workshops in February and March and the IAPH

IAPH Insider- November 25, 2021

November 25, 2021

IAPH Insider

This edition of IAPH Insider covers: Registration for #IAPH2022 #ClosetheGaps is open UNCTAD report confirms need to #ClosetheGaps Our P&H poll: how resilient do you thinkyour port is? 18 May International Day for Women in Maritime Six weeks to submit your projects for the IAPH Awards IAPH and WCO to produce customs-port guidelines IMO-Singapore single window project starts in Angola IAPH supports ambitious outcome of IMO MEPC 77 New report on sources and impact of marine l

World Maritime News (22)

November 24, 2021

World Maritime News

Outlook for freight rate, supply chain crisis, and US demand for goods Freight rates may be beginning to come off the boil on some trade lanes, but there are warnings that any relief will be relative and that a return to sustainable rates is still some time off. According to Sea-Intelligence chief executive Alan Murphy, to get back to the rate levels seen between 1998-2014 would require a 69% fall from where they are now. Container lines and their largest import customers are beginning trans-P

Member Port News (21)

November 22, 2021

Member Port News

Europe and Africa Region November 5 Baku International Sea Trade Port: ​​A monument and park complex built to immortalize the memory of martyred port employees was inaugurated in Baku Port Port Authority of Douala (P.A.D.): MONSIEUR THE PRESIDENT OF THE REPUBLIC: THANKS FOR THE VISION YOU BRING WITH THE ART OF A GREAT ARCHITECT Cyprus Ports Authority: Support of the Port Authority to the Cyprus Cancer Association at an event of the Cyprus Historical and Classic Car Club – Press Releas

IAPH Insider- November 11, 2021

November 11, 2021

IAPH Insider

This edition of IAPH Insider covers: This week’s Insider highlights with MD Patrick Verhoeven World Bank to support preparations #IAPH2022 2022 IAPH Sustainability Awards competition opens COP26: 14 governments back zero shipping GHGgoal COP26: first green shipping corridor announced COP26: ICS calls for increased investment in R&D COP26: P&H cover interview with EU MEP Jutta Paulus New P&H poll: how resilient is your port system? 2020-2021 IAPH Annual Report is published

Mr. José Firmo, the Port of Açu, was elected as Vice President for the Central and South Region (2021-2023)

November 11, 2021

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We are pleased to announce that Mr. José Firmo, CEO of the Port of Açu, Brazil, was elected as Vice President for the Central and South America Region by the vote of confidence to fill the vacancy of the position. Based on Article 21 of the IAPH Constitution, he shall take office on November 10, 2021, until Annual General Meeting during the IAPH World Ports Conference in 2023. We hope he will contribute to the activities of the IAPH.

World Maritime News (21)

November 10, 2021

World Maritime News

Ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach charge for lingering containers Ports of Long Beach and Los Angeles impose financial penalties on ocean carriers for import containers that dwell too long at marine terminals. They began charging $100-a-day from 1 November for containers that remain nine days or more on a marine terminal if they are scheduled to move by truck and six days or more if moving by rail.But the ports will not begin assessing the penalties until at least 15 November. The ports mak

Member Port News (20)

November 10, 2021

Member Port News

Europe and Africa Region October 25 Port Autonome d’ Abidjan (Abidjan Port Authority): AAP FIRE-FIGHTERS EQUIPPED TO BEST PERFORM THEIR FUNCTION October 26 GIE HAROPA (Harbours of Le Havre, Rouen and Paris): Support for the reconstruction of the port of Beirut: the general manager of the port and port security officers on a study visit to the port of Le Havre Hamburg Port Authority: New container train service between Hamburg and China: ‘Shanghai-Express’ reaches Port of Hamburg P

IAPH Insider – 29 October 2021

October 29, 2021

IAPH Insider

This edition of IAPH Insider covers: This week’s Insider highlights with MD Patrick Verhoeven Discover Port Endeavor,the sustainable port game IAPH Awards entries' deadline set for 31 December IAPH and WCO workshop on port-customs collaboration IAPH presented MBM submission at IMO working group IAPH Climate and Energy Committee met 26 October IAPH supports COP 26 maritime events IAPH joined Global Maritime Forum summit in London IAPH presented at GreenPort Congress in Pirae

Ashdod Port completed a significant phase in the 500 million shekel project to upgrade Platform 21

October 27, 2021

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Ashdod Port is presently completing one of its more complex operational projects after extensive renovations on the western side of Platform 21. At the end of the process grain ships will be able to unload on the western side the platform. This is part of a significant strategic process, involving an investment of about half a billion shekels in preparation for the upcoming competition, to upgrade Platform 21 and make it deeper so that megaships will be able to dock there. The total length of

World Maritime News (20)

October 27, 2021

World Maritime News

Recovery from supply chain disruption requires effective and coordinated actions by port stakeholders. The White House’s intervention to resolve port bottlenecks in Southern California faces steep challenges that will require coordinated action from terminals, truckers, and distribution centers effectively acting as an integrated system. Terminal operators in Los Angeles–Long Beach said 24/7 gate hours were not feasible until retailers and truckers made better use of the each weekday that was

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