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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 March 8.

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Capt Subramaniam IAPH President-elect for 2021-2023

IAPH regular and honorary members voted last month to elect Karuppiah Subramaniam, General Manager of Port Klang Authority, as the President of IAPH for a two-year mandate, commencing in June this year. Capt Subramaniam has been Vice-President for the South-East …

Registration for 2021 World Ports Conference is open

We are delighted to announce that registration has opened for the IAPH 2021 World Ports Conference, together with a very special member’s offer for early bird bookings. #IAPH2021 will take place 21-25 June through a world-class virtual event which will …

Does diversity stimulate innovation? Find out 18 March

The maritime sector, with ports at the top of the list, have been dominated by publicly-appointed, senior, monochrome male managers since their foundation. However, with more imaginative senior appointments seen more recently at some port authorities, are we witnessing the …

The March-April issue of P&H has arrived

The cover interview of the latest Ports & Harbors features Quah Ley Hoon, the Chief Executive of the Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore. In conversation with IAPH MD Patrick Verhoeven and P&H Editor Ines Nastali, Ley Hoon discusses digital …

Next P&H poll: should port authorities be entrepreneurs?

For the poll of the May-June issue of Ports & Harbors, we want to talk about business innovation. Port communities consist of a variety of stakeholders, often with very different interests. To align these interests and to maximize competitiveness of …

Last month for 2021 Sustainability Awards submissions

We call upon all IAPH member ports to submit their projects for the 2021 edition of the World Ports Sustainability Awards. The competition aims to reward best practices and encourage ports to share their projects through the online portfolio of …

Next IAPH IMO information session on 14 April

This Wednesday, we organised our first information session on the functioning of the International Maritime Organization. The initiative was taken following request of Technical Committee members to obtain more insight about how the IMO works. Natasha Brown, Head of Public …

Outcomes of IAPH Data and Risk Committee meetings

The IAPH Data Collaboration and Risk and Resilience Technical Committees held their second online meetings last week. The Data Collaboration Committee, chaired by Pascal Ollivier (Maritime Street), agreed to submit the results of the IAPH FAL survey to the forthcoming …

We want you for IAPH Vaccination Working Group!

During last week’s meeting of the Risk and Resilience Committee we discussed the plans of the International Chamber of Shipping (ICS) to have a series of hub ports designated for vaccination of seafarers. Unlike other priority workers, many seafarers will …

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