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World Maritime News (44)

November 09, 2022

World Maritime News

Maersk's transformation wins over customers Maersk's transformation from an energy and shipping conglomerate to an integrated container logistics group has proved a clear winner, with customers driving the process forward. With billions of dollars worth of mergers and acquisitions, Maersk withdrew from energy-related activities to focus on supplying services along the supply chain. The takeover of LF Logistics in the third quarter will further rebalance the business portfolio. Read more: Llo

Member Ports News(43)

November 08, 2022

Member Port News

Europe and Africa Region 22-Oct Port Autonome de Kribi: Port Extension: New quays underway 25-Oct Autorità Portuale di Genova (Port Authority of Genoa): Green Ports: Signorini at UniGe 26-Oct Autorità Portuale di Genova (Port Authority of Genoa): Ports of Genoa R-Evolution convinces Switzerland Hamburg Port Authority: Federal Government approves investment by CSPL in operating company HHLA Container Terminal Tollerort Port of Helsinki Ltd: In the Project of the Year 2022 com

Welcome! North Tyrrhenian Port Network Authority from Italy

November 02, 2022

NEWS & EVENTS

We are pleased to announce that North Tyrrhenian Port Network Authority has joined the IAPH as a regular member. The Tyrrhenian Sea is part of the Mediterranean Sea, surrounded by the Italian Peninsula and the islands of Corsica, Sardinia, and Sicily. North Tyrrhenian Port Network Authority is the autonomous port governing body administrating the ports of Livorno, Capraia, Piombino, Rio Marina, Portoferraio, and Cavo. For more information, please visit the following website. https://www.port

Maritime Single Window: a window of opportunities

October 28, 2022

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Theonline webinarwe organised this Monday with the IMO secretariat and BIMCO has highlighted the benefits and opportunities for maritime trade arising from the application of the Maritime Single Window (MSW) to electronic ship clearance processes in ports. Thesingle window processwill become mandatoryfor contracting governments to the IMO Facilitation (FAL) Convention on 1January 2024. IAPH managing director Patrick Verhoeven joined Heike Deggim, director of the IMO Maritime Safety Division, Mik

Share your data for third quarter World Ports Tracker

October 28, 2022

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We are inviting all member ports to (re)join the IAPH World Ports Tracker community for the third quarter survey of the year. The World Ports Tracker aims at reliably and consistently collecting data from the world ports on vessel call and cargo volume changes, hinterland connectivity, local warehousing capacity, ferry and cruise passenger ship call size and frequency as well as port worker availability. The survey data will be analysed and displayed globally and per region on a quarterly basis

IAPH 2021-2022 Annual Report is published

October 28, 2022

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The 2021-2022 edition of the IAPH Annual Reporthas been published. The report provides an overview of our activities from the past twelve months, including the work on our strategic focus areas, the implementation of the World Ports Sustainability Program, our outreach initiatives and events as well as internal developments.You can read the online version here.Printed copies are being distributed with the November-December issue of Ports & Harbors.

IAPH Board appoints new technical committee officials

October 28, 2022

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IAPH Board members met online 19 October. The agenda of the meeting featured a number of internal organisational issues, including the appointment of new technical committee officials. The Board endorsed the nomination ofSimone Maraschi, managing director of Cruise Gate Hamburg, as chair of the Cruise Committee, and the nomination ofGadi Benmoshe, managing director of Marinnovators, as vice-chair of the Data Collaboration Committee. Board members further discussed preparations for the2023 World

Don’t miss the next technical committees meetings

October 28, 2022

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The IAPH technical committees on Data Collaboration and Climate & Energy will be having their autumn meetings in the next two weeks, both in online format. First, the Data Collaboration Committee meets 3 November from 12 to 2 PM CET. The committee will be discussing the ongoing IMO work on digitalisation and the joint IMO-IAPH-BIMCO initiative on promoting and building capacity towards theimplementation of the Maritime Single Window conceptby 2024. Members will further evaluate progress on the I

IAPH attended IMO just low-carbon transition symposium

October 28, 2022

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IAPH policy and IMO liaison officer Rhona Macdonald, Climate and Energy committee vice chair Edvard Molitor and technical director Antonis Michail personally attended the IMO symposium onensuring a just and inclusive transition towards low-carbon shippingheld in London on 21 October.In a hybrid set-up that was also very well attended in person, participants addressed barriers to global access to low- and zero-carbon fuels, emerging opportunities of the energy transition for developing countries,

IAPH submissions for next IMO GHG meetings

October 28, 2022

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IAPH will have an active presence at the forthcoming IMO ISWG-GHG 13 (5-9 December) and MEPC 79 (2-16 December) meetings, having submitted two documents for consideration. With documentMEPC 79/7/19 Portsʹ perspective on key considerations regarding the decarbonization of shipping, IAPH calls for an ambitious revision of the initial IMO GHG strategy setting a zero emissions target by 2050, and an early adoption of a global market-based measure (MBM), arguing that the strategic allocation of MBM g

WPSP and Port Endeavor introduced at TOC Americas

October 28, 2022

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Last week in Lima, Peru, the organisers of TOC 2022 Americas and its Latin American representative Mundo Marítimo invited IAPH's communications director Victor Shieh to participate onits Container Supply Chain Conference. Victorpresented theWorld Ports Sustainability Programapproach to integratesustainability in the global port sector. He spoke alongside South American ports who showcased practical applications of Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) projects and their measurement and impa

IAPH presented at GreenPort Congress & Cruise

October 28, 2022

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The2022 GreenPort Congress &Cruiseedition was hosted by the Port of Antwerp-Bruges in Bruges 18-20 October. IAPH policy and IMO liaison officer Rhona Macdonald and technical director Antonis Michail joined the more than hundred and thirty delegates who attended the congress in person. Antonis presented and discussed with participants the key challenges world ports are facing on sustainable development while highlighting the respective IAPH work on resilience, digitalisation, energy transition an

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