NEWS & EVENTS

Welcome! Transnet National Ports Authority from South Africa

June 14, 2023

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We are pleased to announce that Transnet National Ports Authority has joined the IAPH as a regular member. Transnet National Ports Authority (TNPA) is one of five operating divisions of Transnet SOL Limited – a state-owned company that forms the backbone of the South African freight logistics chain. TNPA owns and controls South Africa's port system consisting of eight commercial ports; Richards Bay, Durban, East London, Ngqura, Port Elizabeth, Mossel Bay, Cape Town, and Saldanha. TNPA manages

Member Ports News(57)

June 13, 2023

Member Port News

Europe and Africa Region 25-May Ghana Ports and Harbours Authority: Ultra-Luxury Cruise Vessel Calls Port of Tema Grand Port Maritime de Marseille-GPMM (Marseille Fos Port Authority): THE PORT OF MARSEILLE FOS IS COMMITTED TO ROAD SAFETY 26-May Grand Port Maritime de Marseille-GPMM (Marseille Fos Port Authority): REDUCING THE ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT OF THE PORT OF MARSEILLE FOS VEHICLE FLEET 29-May APS- Administração dos Portos de Sines e do Algarve, SA: PORT OF SINES ON THE BELGIA

Friendly Reminder: Call for Vote of Confidence of the IAPH President (2023-2025)

June 13, 2023

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The term of the office of the incumbent President will expire on the conclusion of Annual General Meeting during IAPH World Ports Conference in Abu Dhabi in 2023. The current IAPH Vice President (Europe Region), Mr. Jens Meier (Hamburg Port Authority, Germany) solely submitted the self-nomination form (Manifesto) and CV. He satisfies the nomination qualifications set in the Constitution (Article 18 and Appendix 3-Election of President). All Regular Members and Honorary Members of IAPH are n

Friendly Reminder: IAPH Women’s Forum Scholarship 2023-2025 is now opening

June 13, 2023

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IAPH Women’s Forum Scholarship 2023-2025 is opening. If you are an enthusiastic female worker employed by an IAPH member port, you will become eligible to apply for and benefit from this program established to advance the status of women in the port industry. Please find the link below for the detail. IAPH Women’s Forum Scholarship 2023-2025

Welcome! Jawaharlal Nehru Port Authority from India

June 13, 2023

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We are pleased to announce that Jawaharlal Nehru Port Authority has joined the IAPH as a regular member. Jawaharlal Nehru Port Authority (JNPA) administers Jawaharlal Nehru Port, located on the west coast of India. The port is the busiest container port in India and handles around 50% of the total containerized cargo volume across the major ports of India. Currently, the port has five container terminals, namely, The NhavaSheva Free Port Terminals (NSFT), Nhava Sheva International Container

Welcome! PortXchange Products B.V. from the Netherlands

June 06, 2023

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We are pleased to announce that PortXchange Products B.V. has joined the IAPH as an associate member. PortXchange Products B.V. provides innovative digital solutions to support shipping companies and port communities worldwide to become more efficient and reduce their carbon footprint. PortXchange originates from Pronto – a collaborative vessel and terminal planning platform – designed by the Port of Rotterdam. Pronto has been used in Rotterdam since 2018, and various pilots have been conduct

Record number of entries for IAPH Sustainability Awards

June 02, 2023

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More than eighty-five project entries from ports in thirty countries have been received this year for participation in the IAPH Sustainability Awards competition. This is by far a record-high turnout after the previous milestone of sixty-one eligible entries in 2021. These quality entries, in combination with their well-balanced geographical spread over all regions of the IAPH membership ensure an intense and truly global competition for this year’s six awards under the WPSP categories of infras

Maritime leaders to set scene for COP28 at #IAPH2023

June 02, 2023

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We are proud to announce that Emanuele Grimaldi, president and managing director of Grimaldi Euromed, will be joining the 2023 IAPH World Ports Conference in his role as chairman of the International Chamber of Shipping (ICS). Emanuele will join the plenary session debate on what ports and shipping can deliver to the 28thConference of the Parties of the UNFCCC (COP28) alongside IAPH president Captain K. Subramaniam, IMO secretary-general Kitack Lim and moderator Katherine Palmer, shipping lead f

WPCAP ports to focus on OPS, new fuels and corridors

June 02, 2023

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TheWorld Ports Climate Action Program (WPCAP)will be extended with a new focus on shore power, new fuels, and green shipping corridors. This was agreed by the twelve port authorities that are members of the programme, at a meeting held in Rotterdam two weeks ago to mark the occasion of the first five years of the program. Arecent study from CE Delftfor WPCAP shows that shore power will be part of the long-term maritime fuel mix, especially when ships will have to shift to expensive fossil free f

IAPH at BNP Paribas event: global MBM presents win-win

June 02, 2023

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Within the framework of the BNP Paribas Fortis Chair Transport, Logistics and Ports at the University of Antwerp, ashipping eventis organised every two years. The third edition took place at the bank’s regional headquarters in Antwerp last week, focusing onthe impact of decarbonisation and energy transition. The programme included keynote speeches by Vincent Pascal, head of shipping and offshore finance Europe, Middle East and Africa at BNP Paribas and Claudio Abbate, group vice-president of mar

IAPH signs MoU with Brazilian private ports and terminals

June 02, 2023

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Last week a delegation from Associação de Terminais Portuários Privados (Association of Brazilian private Ports and Terminals, or ATP) led by IAPH member Porto doAçu visited Belgium on a mission, which took them to Port of Antwerp-Bruges and the other ports in Flanders. ATP members are responsible for 66% of total cargo handled in Brazil. IAPH managing director Patrick Verhoeven was invited by ATP andPorto doAçu to present IAPH’s current work programme during their initial visit to the Antwerp P

Final call 2023 Member Survey: shape the future of IAPH!

June 02, 2023

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The IAPH 2023 Member Survey will close this Friday. This is the last opportunity for you to let us know how we can shape our offerings and our strategy into 2024 and beyond. Please takethis short surveyand provide us with feedback on your experience of IAPH communications, events, products and services. The survey also seeks the strategic insights of port authorities and operators on the topic of sustainability. The survey is open to both regular and associate members andwe are happy to receive

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