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ESI Working Group discusses future configuration

The Environmental Ship Index (ESI) Working Group met online on 25 June for an internal discussion among members about the future configuration of the Index, including its new website and database, its new governance model and ongoing negotiations to outsource …

Port Impact Barometer shows crew change differences

This week’s Port Economic Impact Barometer report includes for the first time information on crew change operations, in support of the global campaign to bring seafarers home. When comparing regions, European ports show the best picture in terms of the crew change …

Calling on ports to promote crew change protocols

The crew change crisis brought about by coronavirus pandemic lockdowns is taking on dramatic proportions. According to the International Chamber of Shipping an estimated 400,000 seafarers are either stranded at sea after overrunning their contracts, or are waiting to start …

COVID-19 Updates

Latest news and information from IAPH member ports at a glance

IAPH member ports reportedly remain open, thanks to their strenuous efforts to contain the spread of this virus.

We have collected such news and information coming in from our member ports for sharing best practice, as of July 6. …

Ports & Harbors July/August 2020 issue published

The focus of the July-August issue is on Safety and Training, Port Design and Planning, African Ports and more.

The cover features Associated British Ports CEO Henrik Pedersen who, in an interview with Patrick Verhoeven, tell what they think are …

IAPH 2019 Activity Report published

Members received this week a copy of the 2019 IAPH Activity Report, which was intended to be presented at this year’s 2020 Annual General Meeting in Antwerp, which had to be cancelled because of the Coronavirus outbreak. The report summarises …

Updated ISGOTT Guide is available

IAPH has supported the International Chamber of Shipping (ICS) and the Oil Companies International Marine Forum (OCIMF) in publishing an updated edition of the International Safety Guide for Oil Tankers and Terminals (ISGOTT). The seminal text, which has become the …

Port Impact Barometer also monitors crew changes

To support the cause of seafarers and help putting pressure on governments, we have agreed with the International Chamber of Shipping to include a specific indicator on crew changes in our bi-weekly Port Economic Impact Barometer. We are asking ports to …

Congratulations to the winners of the 2020 IAPH Awards!

The IAPH 2020 World Ports Conference, due to take place between 17-19 March, was also due to announce the winners of the World Ports Sustainability Awards at a Gala Dinner for delegates. Sadly, due to the COVID19 crisis, the event …

COVID-19 Updates

Latest news and information from IAPH member ports at a glance

IAPH member ports reportedly remain open, thanks to their strenuous efforts to contain the spread of this virus.

We have collected such news and information coming in from our member ports for sharing best practice, as of June 29. …

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