NEWS & EVENTS

Cargill joins IAPH as associate member

January 12, 2024

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We are delighted to announce that Cargill has joined IAPH, the second Beneficial Cargo Owner to join IAPH following Ikea Supply AG last year. Cargill is a family company providing food ingredients, agricultural solutions and industrial products to nourish the world in a safe, responsible and sustainable way. The maritime industry faces significant and critical sustainability challenges that must be tackled with urgency. To overcome these, Cargill strongly believes in the need to collaborate andp

January-February issue of Ports & Harbors is out

January 12, 2024

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For our January and February edition of Ports & Harbors, we have a cover interview with Arsenio Dominguez, who has been appointed as the new IMO secretary-general. He speaks with Patrick Verhoeven about his vision for the organisation. We also have an interview with Belgium’s minister of justice and the North Sea Paul Van Tigchelt, who is currently working on countering illicit trade and drug trafficking, via IMO guidance. The publication also takes a deep dive into cyber threats ports face with

IAPH 2022 – 2023 Annual Report is available

January 12, 2024

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Copies of the IAPH 2022-2023 Annual Report are currently being sent to IAPH regular and associate members, along the with latest edition of Ports & Harbors.A digital copy of the report is available for you to download here.It provides a useful summary of all the activities of the main Technical Committees, progress on the World Ports Sustainability Program, a summary on outreach to the membership and beyond as well as events, plus detailed information on who-is-who in the organisation, new mem

IAPH president interviewed for ICS magazine

January 12, 2024

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In its edition just before New Year's end, the International Chamber of Shipping interviewed IAPH president Jens Meier for its own membership magazine Leadership Insights. In the interview, Jens comments on the pivotal and collaborative role ports play in maritime transformation, and outlines his views on how IAPH will be collaborating with ICS on energy transition, digitalisation and resilience.You can download a copy of the magazine here.

IAPH Insider- January 11, 2024

January 12, 2024

IAPH Insider

This edition covers: This week’s Insider highlight with Patrick Verhoeven Participate in the 2024 World Ports Tracker survey Climate and Energy Committee to meet online 16 January Share your views on marine fuels readiness tool ESI scores January published Designing a Future of Work toolkit Cargill joins IAPH as associate member January-February issue of Ports & Harbors is out IAPH 2022 - 2023 Annual Report is available IAPH president interviewed for ICS magazine IMO SG a

Welcome! Autoridad Portuaria Nacional (APN) from Peru

January 10, 2024

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We are pleased to announce that Autoridad Portuaria Nacional (APN) has joined the IAPH as a regular member. APN administers seaports and riverports in Peru and is attached to the Ministry of Transport and Communications. It commits to promoting the development of Peru’s port system, globalization, export industry growth, and establishing a maritime and port community. APN also encourages private investment in ports and coordinates the public and private stakeholders involved in port activitie

Member Ports News(69)

January 10, 2024

Member Port News

Europe and Africa Region 15-Dec Autorità Portuale di Genova (Port Authority of Genoa): New Sailing-Yachting Centre in Genoa's Port Autoridad Portuaria de la Bahìa de Algeciras: STDs. The ports of Southern Europe show unity of action in Algeciras Port of Helsinki: The Port of Helsinki opened a truck park - with the goal of more flexible port traffic 18-Dec bremenports GmbH & Co. KG: THE PORTS OF BREMEN REMAIN IN DISCUSSION – ALSO INTERNATIONALLY. Bulgarian Ports Infrastructure

World Maritime News (70)

January 10, 2024

World Maritime News

New action plan aims to reverse Hong Kong's maritime fortunes The Hong Kong government has formally unveiled its maritime industry revitalization strategy to reverse the city's decline in port throughput and shipping services. The so-called action plan, published by the Transport and Logistics Bureau, includes building green methanol bunkering infrastructure, enhancing port digitalization, and considers further tax relief for commodities trading and ship leasing. However, the long-standing indu

IAPH condemns Red Sea area attacks

December 22, 2023

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In the wake of recent attacks on international shipping in the Red Sea area by Houthis, a Yemen-based rebel group, IAPH joinsthe International Maritime Organizationand international shipping associations in strongly condemning the aggression and supporting the IMO invitation for Member States to work together to ensure unhindered and safe global navigation and the well-being of innocent seafarers everywhere. Shipping industry associations have come together to publish security guidance applicabl

IAPH and ICS bring Clean Energy Marine Hubs to COP28

December 22, 2023

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At the recentCOP28Shaping the Future of Shippingsummitorganised by the International Chamber of Shipping (ICS) in Dubai on 10 December with over 300 maritime industry CEOs, government ministers and NGOs present, IAPH president and Hamburg Port Authority CEO Jens Meier called on ports to actively collaborate with each other on knowledge sharing between themselves and the maritime community to accelerate decarbonisation. JensMeier commented that energy transition should not be seen as a competitiv

IAPH partners with Mercator Media

December 22, 2023

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Mercator Mediahas been appointed the official new media and events partner of IAPH. The agreement, which has been signed for an initial period of three years, includes overall production of the annual World Ports Conference and the publishing of the bi-monthly Ports & Harbors magazine. The World Ports Conference is a world-class event, where the indispensable role of ports in global maritime trade is discussed in terms of energy transition, data collaboration and resilience. It brings togeth

Risk and Resilience Committee met 20 December 

December 22, 2023

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The IAPH Risk and Resilience Committee met virtually yesterday, 20 December. Following discussions at the previous meeting on measures to tackle illicit trade and organised crime, members were updated on the recent adoption of the draft resolution submitted by Belgium to the 33rd meeting of the IMO Assembly, to which IAPH was a co-sponsor, on enhancing existing IMO frameworks to highlight the impacts of organised crime on the maritime industry. IAPH will continue to closely follow discussions

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