NEWS & EVENTS

World Maritime News (18)

September 29, 2021

World Maritime News

Regulators’ close watch on supply chain crisis and rate freezes implemented by shipping lines European, US, and Chinese regulatory authorities attended the virtual meeting to address the global supply chain crisis. In a joint statement following the meeting, they focused on sectoral developments since the start of the pandemic, including an analysis of supply and demand and identification of bottlenecks in the ocean-linked supply chain and the cause of service disruptions. They also looked at a

Member Port News (17)

September 29, 2021

Member Port News

Europe and Africa Regione. September 8 Port Autonome de Kribi: Port of Kribi : Growing in Strength September 10 Authority for Transport in Malta: How to move towards healthier travel habits? Bulgarian Ports Infrastructure Company: Six years of modern digital navigation on the Danube Hamburg Port Authority: CANCELLATION of the 72nd EISBEINESSEN on November 5, 2021 Ceremonial start of construction for new Metrans hub terminal in Hungary Port Authority of Genoa: Rail link upgra

IAPH Insider – 16 September 2021

September 16, 2021

IAPH Insider

This edition of IAPH Insider covers: This week’s Insider highlights with MD Patrick Verhoeven Join our cyber webinar today at London Shipping Week Don't miss our single window eventfor C-SAmerica ports IHS Markit research insights in container port congestion ICS and Intercargo propose carbon levy for shipping Lloyd's Registerreport on maritime energy transition Our new P&H poll: a bonus-malus system forport dues? Welcome to new members Sinay and Sustenuto WPSP award-winnin

World Maritime News (17)

September 15, 2021

World Maritime News

Green shipping Groups sees methanol bet as a step in the right direction Green Shipping advocates have praised Maersk’s decision to opt for methanol-fueled ships, saying that the fuel has significant advantages over its rivals. On the other hand, classification societies have warned it will be hard for Maersk and other methanol adopters to source enough renewable supply, which is key to making the fuel carbon-neutral. To get enough renewable methanol to run its eight new container ships, Maers

Member Port News (16)

September 13, 2021

Member Port News

Europe and Africa Regione. August 18 Port Autonome d’ Abidjan (Abidjan Port Authority): A UNCTAD DELEGATION FROM THE PORTS OF CAMEROON TO VISIT THE PORT OF ABIDJAN August 23 Port Authority of Genoa: July port volumes continue to surge August 24 Port Authority of Genoa: Port of Genoa Investment Programme forges ahead Port Autonome de Kribi: Cooperation : Brazilian Ambassador Visits PAK The National Ports Agency, Morocco Publication of the 2020 Report of the Observatory of Com

Welcome! Sustenuto from Belgium

September 10, 2021

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We are pleased to announce that Sustenuto has joined IAPH as an associate member. Sustenuto provides sustainability consultancy services coaching companies and organizations in developing and implementing corporate social responsibility, organizing training, and conducting policy studies and research, all in the field of sustainability. For more information, please visit the following website. https://www.sustenuto.be/en

Welcome! SINAY from France

September 10, 2021

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We are pleased to announce that SINAY has joined IAPH as an associate member. SINAY provides data-driven applications through one single & amp; all in one cloud-based platform, the Sinay HUB, helping maritime actors reducing their environmental impact and improving their business efficiency. For more information, please visit the following website. https://sinay.ai/en/

AWAKE.AI IS TO PROVIDE VESSEL SCHEDULE ESTIMATES FOR ALL FINNISH PORTS

September 08, 2021

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Sharing news from IAPH Associate member, Awake.AI. Awake.AI won the tender to provide vessel schedule estimates for Finnish ports through Fintraffic Vessel Traffic Services. The new port call schedule service will improve the competitiveness of Finnish maritime logistics, boost the efficiency of port operators’ routine activities, support the development of automation, help to anticipate exceptional circumstances, and reduce environmental emissions. Fintraffic´s Vessel Traffic Services has sign

The September-October issue of Ports & Harbors is out

September 03, 2021

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The cover interview of the September-October issue of your favourite port lifestyle magazine features Gene Seroka, executive director of the Port of Los Angeles, who spoke to us about the congestion issues the maritime supply chain currently faces and how IAPH and many stakeholders can work together to make the market more resilient. Other highlights in the latest edition of Ports & Harbors include an interview with Robin Li Yubin, deputy general manager of our new member China Merchants Port Ho

IAPH Insider – 2 September 2021

September 02, 2021

IAPH Insider

This edition of IAPH Insider covers: IAPH issues cyber guidelines for ports and port facilities IAPH port cyberwebinar at London Shipping Week P&H cover interview: Gene Seroka on supply chain crisis Our new P&H poll: a bonus-malus system forport dues? IAPH to join IMO-UNEP-Norway Emission Forum IAPH signs up to decarbonisation call World Bank-IAPH digitalisation report issuedin French Container packing guide available in six languages Welcome to new member BM Bergmann Marin

World Maritime News (16)

September 02, 2021

World Maritime News

Supply chain disruption is expected to continue The sheer level of the demand pushed the container supply chain to its limit. Carriers were unable to address an equipment shortage, ports became clogged and terminal inefficiencies were laid bare. Coronavirus-related restrictions on staffing, meanwhile, did little to ease the logistical logjam that had unfurled globally. And the congestion chaos is still far from being resolved nearly 12 months on. Container lines are struggling to inject a huge

Member Port News (15)

August 31, 2021

Member Port News

Europe and Africa Region July 13 Port of Beirut: The French Minister of Trade visits the port of Beirut and inspects the damage July 14 North Sea Port: Goods throughput in North Sea Port resumes in the first half of the year July 15 North Sea Port: Inland shipping can now also prepare a trip to North Sea Port with Riverguide July 20 Port of Gdansk Authority: Port of Gdańsk Authority SA visited Turkey: Talks on the North–South transport corridor continue. July 21 APS- Admini

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