NEWS & EVENTS

Member Survey 2023: shape the future of IAPH!

May 19, 2023

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We are pleased to announce the launch of our latest Member Survey. As IAPH team we want to provide the very best in services, information and networking opportunities to our members during a period of unprecedented social and technological change. With this goal in mind, we are surveying our membership to find out how we can shape our offerings and our strategy into 2024 and beyond. IAPH is your member association: please takethis short surveyand provide us with feedback on your experience of IA

Last call for entries IAPH Sustainability Awards

May 19, 2023

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We invite IAPH regular as well as associate members working in partnership with member portsto submit their latest sustainability projects to us onlineby 26 May. By so doing your project will qualify automatically for the IAPH 2023 Sustainability Awards, with winners to be announced at the prestigious gala awards dinner to be held at this year’sIAPH World Ports Conference in Abu Dhabion 1 November. All approved projects will join the IAPH World Ports Sustainabilityonline database, which currentl

IAPH provides sustainability training to Peruvian ports

May 19, 2023

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Following an invitation from the National Port Authority of Peru (Autoridad Portuaria National – APN), IAPH joined forces with UNCTAD TrainForTrade to deliver a two-day sustainability training workshop to eighty port professionals from several Peruvian ports and terminals. The initiative aligns with the central mission of theWorld Ports Sustainability Program (WPSP)and serves APN’s ambition to develop a national plan for the integration of the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) in the Peruv

Third APEC-CMAT-IAPH port strategy course completed

May 19, 2023

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The International Port Strategy course, which we organised for the third year with our associate membersAPEC Port TrainingandC-MAT, was completed last week Friday with a graduation ceremony held at the campus of the Antwerp Management School. Port professionals from Brazil, Cambodia, Chile, China, Ghana, Indonesia, Jordan, Lithuania, Oman, Senegal, Thailand and Uruguay followed a rigorous four-week online session with renowned international speakers, followed by a week of onsite visits to the wi

IAPH contributed to Seatrade Global Ports Report 2023

May 19, 2023

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Published ahead ofTOC Europe 2023, theSeatrade Maritime Global Ports Report 2023reveals how international portsare actively laying the groundwork for the green energy transition, addressing emissions and investing in infrastructure to support growing green energy industries. However, the question of who bears the cost of this transition remains a struggle for ports as they grapple with the shared responsibility of addressing climate change. The report containscontributions fromIAPH communication

IAPH cybersecurity submission for IMO MSC 107

May 19, 2023

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The forthcoming 107thmeeting of the IMO Maritime Safety Committee (MSC 107) is due to take place from 31May to 9 June 20 in London. As part of the work programme, the Committee is expected to discuss steps to enhance maritime cybersecurity which includes a submission made by IAPH highlighting the critical importance of cybersecurity as an inherent component of the Maritime Single Window (MSW) and all developments of digital infrastructure in ports and maritime transport. As well as urging Member

IMO NCSR 10: IAPH supports proposal on ship route plans

May 19, 2023

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The 10thmeeting of the IMO Sub-Committee on Navigation, Communications and Search and Rescue (NCSR 10) has been taking place over the course of the last week and closes this Friday 19May. The key item of note is a joint submission made by numerous European countries and co-sponsored by IAPH, IHMA and IPCSA proposing amendments to the Electronic Chart Display and Information Systems (ECDIS) performance standards to facilitate a standardised digital exchange of ship’s route plans. The proposal sug

IAPH attended annual luncheon British Ports Association

May 19, 2023

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TheBritish Ports Association (BPA)held its annual luncheon on Tuesday this week. IAPH managing director Patrick Verhoeven was invited to attend the gathering of the British ports’ community, which is traditionally celebrated every year at the historical Drapers’ Hall in the City of London. Principal guests this year were Baroness Vere of Norbiton, Parliamentary Under Secretary of State at the Department of Transport, responsible for ports and shipping, and Penny Mordaunt MP, Lord President of th

#IAPH2023 highlight: Sustainability Awards Gala Dinner

May 19, 2023

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Registered attendees of the IAPH 2023 World Ports Conference will secure an exclusive seat at a table of the prestigious IAPH Sustainability Awards Gala Dinner on the evening of Wednesday 1 November. The Gala Dinner offers a combination of unmatched networking opportunities with C-level global port and terminal executives, with the award ceremony recognising stand-out sustainability projects from the port and maritime industry.Register today to secure the lowest prices available. Early Bird pric

IAPH Insider- May 18, 2023

May 18, 2023

IAPH Insider

This edition covers: This week's Insider highlight with Patrick Verhoeven Member Survey 2023: shape the future of IAPH! Last call for entries IAPH Sustainability Awards IAPH provides sustainability training to Peruvian ports Third APEC-CMAT-IAPH port strategy course completed IAPH contributed to Seatrade Global Ports Report 2023 IAPH cybersecurity submission for IMO MSC 107 IMO NCSR 10: IAPH supports proposal onshiproute plans IMO publishes videos on Carbon Intensity Indicato

Welcome! Xanatos Marine Ltd. from Canada

May 17, 2023

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We are pleased to announce that Xanatos Marine Ltd. has joined the IAPH as an associate member. Xanatos Marine Ltd. manufactures port-related products like Vessel Traffic System, Coastal Surveillance, Port Information Management System, etc. It focuses on delivering customized maritime domain awareness solutions to enhance safety, security, and environmental stewardship by providing a user-friendly, precise sensor-integrated display. For more information, please visit the following website

World Maritime News (56)

May 17, 2023

World Maritime News

US imports to remain ‘well below’ 2022 levels most of the year According to the latest Global Port Trackerreportby the National Retail Federation and Hackett Associates, US import volumes are expected to continue climbing throughout the summer. But they will remain far below last year’s record levels. Revising previous projections, the report forecasts imports to the US’s 12 largest ports in the first half of the year to total 10.4m teu, down from earlier projections of 10.8m teu and 22.8% belo

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