NEWS & EVENTS

March – April edition of Ports & Harbors is out

March 26, 2024

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For our March and April edition, we have a cover interview with Karin Orsel, who has been appointed as the first female president of the European Community Shipowners’ Associations (ECSA). Karin speaks together with IAPH managing director Patrick Verhoeven about shipping's resilience in crises, the Fit for Fifty-Five initiative and the Emission Trading Scheme in Europe. We look at changing global trade patterns that are impacting Southeast Asia and what makes the terminal operator ICTSI tick wit

IAPH joins first Maldives Maritime Conference

March 26, 2024

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On 6-7 March, the IAPH representative for India, Ennarasu Karunesan, joined the first Maldives Maritime Conference, organised by IAPH member Maldives Ports Limited under the leadership of their new CEO Mohamed Wajeeh Ibrahim. The event was supported by IAPH, UNCTAD TrainForTrade,Valencia Port Authority, Fundación Valenciaport, Maldives State Shipping, and Johor Port Berhard. The conference addressed the topics of innovative and emerging technologies, maritime transport connectivity and logistics

ESI introduced to UN Global Compact Brazil

March 26, 2024

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The benefits of the Environmental Ship Index (ESI) were presented to port industry leaders at the 7th meeting of the Ocean Business Working Group of the UN Global Compact Brazil, on 12 March. The working group – which comprised more than 60 companies, including private and public ports – is focused on maritime and port decarbonization and provides a platform for valuable knowledge exchange and learning opportunities. IAPH attended at the invitation of Porto do Açu, an ESI Incentive Provider and

Welcome! Amzone International Ltd. from UAE

March 26, 2024

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We are pleased to announce that Amzone International Ltd. has joined the IAPH as an associate member. Amzone International Ltd. is a comprehensive rigging facility and rope specialist based in the UAE. It provides top-class industry-wide services that cater to the oil offshore, marine, ports, ship repair, ship chandler, construction, piling and foundation, elevator, crane, and general engineering industries and applications. For more information, please visit the following website. https:

IAPH Insider- March 21, 2024

March 21, 2024

IAPH Insider

This edition covers: This week’s Insider highlight with Rhona Macdonald Agreement on IMO Global Fuel Standard in the making IAPH World Ports Tracker for Q3-Q4 2023 is published March – April edition of Ports & Harbors is out ‘Safety First’ IMO 2024 World Maritime Theme Marking International Women’s Day with the IMO IAPH joins first Maldives Maritime Conference ESI introduced to UN Global Compact Brazil Silver Sturgeon reception roundtrip with the PLA New EDF/Arup report on

Member Ports News(73)

March 19, 2024

Member Port News

Europe and Africa Region 4-Mar Autorità Portuale di Genova (Port Authority of Genoa): Undersea Road Tunnel, works kick off 6-Mar Autoridad Portuaria de Bilbao: BILBAO AND PORTSMOUTH SIGN AN AGREEMENT FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF GREEN AND DIGITAL MARITIME CORRIDORS 8-Mar APS- Administração dos Portos de Sines e do Algarve, SA: APS MARKS INTERNATIONAL WOMEN'S DAY 11-Mar Baku International Sea Trade Port: On the occasion of March 8 International Women's Day, an event called "You are Va

World Maritime News (75)

March 19, 2024

World Maritime News

Gemini Cooperation is a closed club, says Habben Jansen The Gemini Cooperation will create a new network model for box shipping. It will provide better reliability, higher vessel utilization, and lower emissions and costs if it works. Gemini — the twins — emerged from a list of 1,000 names, according to Hapag-Lloyd chief executive Rolf Habben Jansen, and it is clear that there is no intention that the twins ever become triplets. When the Gemini Cooperation launches in 2025, it will bring about

Statement on the attack on the bulk vessel True Confidence

March 08, 2024

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The association is saddened to hear of the loss of crew members and serious injuries to others sustained from the attack on the bulk vesselTrue Confidencein the Gulf of Aden yesterday. IAPH is a co-signatory to the industry'sappealto release the seafarers of the vesselGalaxy Leadercurrently in captivity and our thoughts are with the crew and their families after this new horrific attack on shipping.

ESI moves to the next level

March 08, 2024

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As the shipping industry strives to decarbonise, the Environmental Ship Index (ESI) is evolving to help owner-operators exceed the latest standards. Throughout 2024 and beyond, ESI’s modules are set to expand to take into account a range of potential emissions including GHGs and a range of zero-emissions techniques, alongside further enhancement of noise-emission functionality. This far-reaching revision of ESI’s formula is being guided by a Technical Advisory Group, which held its latest meetin

Don’t forget to register for the IAPH TC Days

March 08, 2024

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Registration for the next edition of the IAPH Technical Committee Days is now open. The TC Days will take place 25-27 March in London, in hybrid format. IAPH associate member TT Club has kindly offered to hold the meetings at their Fenchurch Street headquarters, in the heart of the City of London. Content sessions will cover a wide range of topics, including the IMO agenda on decarbonising shipping, cybersecurity in the context of implementing the IMO Maritime Single Window, clean marine fuels a

IAPH met with North American ports at TPM24

March 08, 2024

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IAPH attended this year’s TPM conference, the largest maritime cargo logistics event in the world, gathering over 4,000 delegates in Long Beach, California. IAPH vice-president for North America, Gene Seroka (executive director Port of Los Angeles), and managing director Patrick Verhoeven used the occasion to meet with existing and potential port members from the United States and Canada, including Georgia Ports, Miami, Long Beach, New York New Jersey, Port Everglades, Seattle, Tacoma and Vancou

Port Endeavor played at MARLOG conference in Egypt

March 08, 2024

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IAPH technical director, Antonis Michail attended this week the 13th edition of the International Maritime Transport and Logistics Conference – MARLOG 13 – in Alexandria, Egypt. Organised by IAPH associate member, Arab Academy for Science, Technology and Maritime Transport (AASTMT), the conference brought together more than 500 port, logistics, sustainability and technology experts, together with government and academic stakeholders, from 23 countries, primarily from the Arabic, African, Medit

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