NEWS & EVENTS

ESI 2026: launch workshops held, and a Seatrade profile

May 17, 2024

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Special online launch events held on Tuesday 14 May brought more details of important changes to theEnvironmental Ship Index(ESI) for the scheme’s Incentive Providers and Incentive Receivers. There were more than 200 attendees across the two digital events, which provided updates onan expanded suite of performance modules, coming online in 2026, to support ports and vessel owners on the journey to decarbonisation and lowering emissions. Information was provided on how Incentive Providers and Rec

IAPH presents to Clean Energy Ministerial senior officials

May 17, 2024

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On 15 May, IAPH technical director Antonis Michail joined the Clean Energy Ministerial senior officials meeting of theCEM Hubs initiativein Bali, Indonesia. Attending the meeting remotely, Antonis presented on the existing and planned IAPH tools that can contribute to the work program of CEM Hubs, including the safety toolkit under theClean Marine Fuels(CMF) working group and the joint work with the World Ports Climate Action Program (WPCAP) and Mission Innovation on the digital Port Readiness

The May-June edition of Ports & Harbors is out

May 17, 2024

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Eman Abdalla is our cover story interview for the latest edition ofPorts & Harbors, in which she talks to new editor Martin Clark and IAPH managing director Patrick Verhoeven. Eman, who is the global operations director of Cargill Ocean Transportation, speaks about the innovative wind-assisted propulsion technology deployed on the company’s chartered tonnage, as well as looking towards collaborating with ports globally in the areas of sustainability and data collaboration. There is a feature on

IAPH gives industry view on cyber at global symposium

May 17, 2024

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The UK Department of Transport (DfT) invited IAPH to offer ‘the industry perspective’ on cybersecurity during the Global MTS Cyber Security Symposium 2024 (GMTSC24), which took place 8-10 May in Westminster, London. Speaking as a panellist, business development director Nick Blackmore explained IAPH’s role in accelerating digitalisation across the maritime supply chain, with specific reference to the association'sCybersecurity Guidelines for Ports and Port Facilities, which are recognised wi

IAPH at first Green Ports & Shipping Congress in Singapore

May 17, 2024

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IAPH attended the first everGreen Ports and Shipping Congressin Singapore on 8 and 9 May. Themed around ‘reducing emissions together’, the congress was attended by 120 delegates and covered a range of topics addressing aspects of maritime energy transition. IAPH technical director Antonis Michail participated in the keynote opening panel, which focused on collaboration between ports and shipping to achieve the 2050 decarbonization targets of the IMO GHG strategy. Antonis was joined by senior e

IAPH at Greentech for Ports and Terminals

May 17, 2024

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In Barcelona last week, IAPH’s communications director Victor Shieh and data collaboration committee vice chair Gadi Benmoshe spoke at and moderated sessions at theGreentech for Ports and Terminalsconference. The event was organised by Port Technology International and took place at the World Trade Center at the Port of Barcelona, with director of strategy and innovation Emma Cobos introducing the main theme of ‘The Road to Net Zero’. Victor participated on the main decarbonisation panel and mod

IAPH meets with Ports Australia in London

May 17, 2024

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Representatives from IAPH met withPorts Australiain London in early May, during a visit to the UK by Ports Australia chairmanStewart Lammin. Ports Australia is the national member body for Australia’s ports and is an associate member of IAPH. Stewart is CEO ofFlinders Port Holdings, South Australia’s leading port operator with ports at Port Adelaide, Port Lincoln, Port Pirie, Thevenard, Port Giles, Wallaroo and Klein Point. Stewart, along with IAPH business development director Nick Blackmore an

IAPH Insider 16, May

May 16, 2024

IAPH Insider

This edition covers: This week’s Insider highlight with Patrick Verhoeven Countdown forIAPH Sustainability Awards submissions ESI 2026: launch workshops held, and a Seatrade profile IAPH presents to Clean Energy Ministerial The May-June edition of Ports & Harbors is out IAPH gives industry view on cyber at global symposium IAPH at first Green Ports & Shipping Congress in Singapore Fourth International Port Strategy course ends Simone Maraschi new chairman of Cruise Europe

Member Ports News(75)

May 14, 2024

Member Port News

Europe and Africa Region 11-Apr APS- Administração dos Portos de Sines e do Algarve, SA: PORT OF SINES AMONG THE FASTEST GROWING EUROPEAN CONTAINER PORTS IN 2023 16-Apr Port Autonome de San Pedro: Port security / the preparatory phase for the exercise of the ISPS code is launched 24-Apr Heraklion Port Authority SA: Environmental action by crew members of the Cruise Ship Costa Fortuna during its stay at the port of Heraklion, in the framework of the International "Earth Day" Port

World Maritime News (79)

May 15, 2024

World Maritime News

Record boxship capacity already delivered in 2024 BIMCO’s chief shipping analyst Niels Rasmussen said more than 1m teu had been delivered in the first four months of 2024, representing a year-to-date record and an increase of 80% compared with the previous record. BIMCO expects delivery volumes to exceed 3m teu, 30% higher than the record set in 2023. Around 2m teu capacity is expected to be delivered in 2025, making it the third-highest year in deliveries, behind only 2023 and 2024. “When ship

Submit your projects for 2024 IAPH Awards by 24 May

May 07, 2024

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The deadline for submitting projects for the 2024 IAPH Sustainability Awards competition is fast approaching. IAPH warmly encourages all member ports, and associated members acting on behalf of member ports, to submit their sustainability projects and initiatives using thededicated online formon the WPSP website by the deadline of Friday 24 May. For IAPH to get a better overview of potential submissions, please inform IAPH technical directorAntonis Michailwhether you will be submitting projects

University of Plymouth cyber workshops at #IAPH2024

May 07, 2024

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With the aimof strengthening the hands-on sessions of the IAPH World Ports Conference, IAPH has teamed up with the University of Plymouth to organise two cybersecurity workshops as part of the 2024 conference agenda. The workshops will be guided by professor Kevin Jones, associate professor Kimberly Tam and Chloe Rowland from the university’s team. The interactive sessions will focus on maritime port facility cyber-risk management and mitigation, with scenarios and exercises to help delegates un

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