COVID-19 updates (35)

November 30, 2020


Europe and Africa Region Albania Durrës Port Authority Nov 25:262 thousand passengers and 642 thousand tons of goods by ferry in 10 months Germany Bremenports Nov 23:NO INCREASE IN PORT CHARGES IN 2021 Port of Hamburg Nov 24:Throughput Shows Signs of Turnaround Italy Port of Genoa Nov 27:COVID-19. The Ports of Genoa a virtuous model Netherland Port of Rotterdam Nov 25:Port of Rotterdam to embark on 100 innovative pilot projects Spain Port of Barcelona Nov 25:The Port

COVID-19 updates (34)

November 23, 2020


Europe and Africa Region Cabo Verde Portos de Cabo Verde Nov 12:MIOTH technicians visit works in English Port Spain Port of Valencia Nov 18:United Nations highlights Valenciaport’s role in managing logistics activity to deal with COVID-19 America Region Canada Port of Montreal Nov. 20:AGILITY AND RESILIENCE THROUGH TECH: A LIFELINE FOR DISTRIBUTION LOGISTICS U.S.A. Port of Seattle Nov 16:Updates on the Port’s COVID-19 Response Asia and Oceania Region Korea Ministry of O

COVID-19 updates (33)

November 16, 2020


Europe and Africa Region Germany Port of Hamburg Nov 13:CIIE: Successful trade fair despite Corona Oct 27:Covid-19 outbreak in operation – and then what? Italy Port of Genoa Nov 4:Ports of genoa always operational Spain Port of Tenerife Nov 10:The port of Tenerife receives its first cruise with passengers of the 2020-2021 season America Region Canada Port of Montreal Nov. 11:THE PORT OF MONTREAL JOINS THE COLLECTIVE EFFORT TO HELP THE HOMELESS Asia and Oceania Region Ja

COVID-19 updates (32)

November 09, 2020


Europe and Africa Region France GIE HAROPA Nov 2:HAROPA ports stay 100% OPERATIONAL Sweden Port of Gothenburg Oct 27:Port of Gothenburg freight volumes signify stability and revival America Region Cayman Islands Port Authority of Cayman Islands Nov 7:Port Authority Re-Opening

COVID-19 updates (31)

November 02, 2020


Europe and Africa Region Gibraltar Gibraltar Port Authority Oct 29:Technical Call – Cruise Liner ‘World Dream’ Italy Ports of Genoa Oct 29:Traffic Report Q3 2020 Spain Port of Valencia Oct 29:The immediate arrival of the European Structural Funds, key to economic recovery America Region Canada Port of Montreal Oct 22:PRIORITIZING CRITICAL CARGO Asia and Oceania Region Sri Lanka Sri Lanka Ports Authority Oct 29:Colombo Port Operations Continue Without Any Hindrance

Update your profile for our 2021 Membership Directory

October 29, 2020


We are currently updating members’ profiles for the IAPH Membership Directory 2021, which will be published early next year. If you are an IAPH member, you should be in receipt of our email circular dated 1 October, asking you to update your organisation’s contact details and other information for inclusion in the 2021 edition. Your updated information will help you promote your organisation within IAPH and beyond, as it is widely distributed throughout the world. Should you require any further

IAPH joins UNCTAD expert meeting on climate change

October 29, 2020


On 27 and 28 October, IAPH Technical Director Antonis Michail joined a virtual expert meeting organised by UNCTAD on climate change adaptation for seaports in support of the UN 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. Participating in the panel session on decarbonisation of maritime transport, Antonis highlighted the relevant ongoing initiatives of IAPH and the World Ports Sustainability Program. He exchanged views with representatives of the International Chamber of Shipping (ICS) and the Trans

IAPH presents at humanitarian logistics cluster

October 29, 2020


The Logistics Cluster is the humanitarian logistics coordination mechanism, mandated by the UN General Assembly. Hosted within the UN World Food Programme, the Logistics Cluster is a community of over 700 humanitarian partners including NGO’s, all UN agencies, the Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies. The cluster focuses on operational support in humanitarian crises to all humanitarian actors and is completely funded through institutional donor contributions. Both globally and in country the Log

COVID-19 updates (30)

October 26, 2020


Europe and Africa Region Finland Port of Helsinki Oct 23:Passenger traffic quiet at the Port of Helsinki – foreign trade continues Germany Port of Hamburg Oct 22:Economic survey: Bavarian economy overcomes first corona shock Netherland Port of Rotterdam Oct 21:Throughput in first three quarters falls 8.8% short of last year’s total Norway Port of Oslo Oct 20:Color Line to reduce capacity between Oslo and Kiel Spain Port of Barcelona Oct 22:The City Council and the Port o

COVID-19 updates (29)

October 19, 2020


Europe and Africa Region Bergium Port of Antwerp Oct 14:Port of Antwerp: recovery continues Spain Port of Barcelona Oct 16:Traffic at the Port of Barcelona maintains the recovery that began in July America Region Canada Port of Montreal Oct 9:CRISIS MANAGEMENT IN THE DIGITAL ERA USA Port of Los Angels Oct 14:RECORD SEPTEMBER VOLUME LEADS TO BUSIEST QUARTER EVER AT PORT OF LOS ANGELES Asia and Oceania Region Malaysia Sabah Ports Sdn. Bhd. Oct 8:Announcement: Business As

Member Port News

October 16, 2020


In this edition’s round up of member port news, you will find stories from the following IAPH members:- Europe and Africa: San Pedro, Bilbao, Ports of Tenerife, Valencia, Rotterdam, Douala, Hamburg, Nigerian Ports Authority, North Sea Port, Oslo,  Amsterdam, Tenerife, Marseille, CaboVerde, Genoa, Cabinda, Algeciras, Ghana, Antalya- America (North and Central/South): Seattle, National Port Administration (Uruguay),Montreal, Los Angeles, San Diego, Cayman Islands- Asia and Oceania: Sri Lanka, Glad

COVID-19 updates (28)

October 12, 2020


Europe and Africa Region Albania Durrës Port Authority Oct 9:Line ferries in nine months transport 563 thousand t of goods Italy Port of Genoa Oct 9:Costa Smeralda, the flagship of the LNG-powered Costa Cruises fleet, will sail tomorrow from the port of Savona Netherland North Sea Port Oct 9:North Sea Port feels reduced impact of Covid-19 crisis month by month Spain Ports of Tenerife Oct 5:The Development Society distinguishes the Port Authority within the framework of the SI