NEWS & EVENTS

#IAPH2024 agenda announced and Early Bird extended

April 05, 2024

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We are excited to introduce the agenda of the 2024 IAPH World Ports Conference, which will be held in Hamburg 8-10 October. Organised in partnership with Mercator Media and host sponsor Hamburg Port Authority, the agenda consists of three days of plenary and breakout sessions as well as our very first series of hands-on ‘port solution’ excursions, held this year at Hamburg’s cruise and container terminals. In addition, there will be a possibility to play the IAPH Port Endeavor sustainability bus

Last chance to register for International Port Strategy course

April 05, 2024

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IAPH and its associate membersC-MAT Antwerp Management SchoolandAPEC-Antwerp/Flanders Port Training Center, are jointly organising the fourth edition of the International Port Strategy course for port professionals. The course combines interactive online sessions onenergy transition,port resilienceanddigitalisationfrom 15 April to 10 May, followed by a live week in Antwerp from 13 to 17 May. During the online sessions, international port and maritime experts from around the globe will share thei

IAPH TC Days successfully held in London 

April 05, 2024

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Last week IAPH held its Technical Committee Days in London for a second year in a row, with over 50 participants attending in person and approximately 150 members connecting to our thematic sessions on resilience, data collaboration and energy transition, as well as the committee meetings themselves. In addition to the IAPH regular ports and associate members, several UN agencies attended as speakers and participants, including IMO technical officers from marine environment, trade facilitation a

IAPH Clean Marine Fuels Working Group met in London

April 05, 2024

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Chaired by Cees Boon and Françoise van den Brink of the Port of Rotterdam, the IAPH Clean Marine Fuels Working Group held its own meeting after the IAPH Technical Committee Days last week, in order to set out a work agenda for the coming months. The period will be very busy, with the updating of, and production of, numerous new bunkering checklists, and the development of audit and terminal readiness tools that can be applied across different fuels. In discussion with the IAPH team, the working

IAPH to present five submissions at IMO FAL 48

April 05, 2024

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IAPH will be attending the 48th meeting of the IMO Facilitation Committee (FAL 48) which is taking place from 8-12 April at the IMO headquarters in London. Rhona Macdonald, Patrick Verhoeven and Frans Van Zoelen will be representing the association. This session is of particular importance as we have a total of five submissions on a number of topics that highlight the need to increase cooperation and improve efficiency between port authorities and other critical actors in the ship-to-shore inter

IAPH to participate in IMO MASS seminar

April 05, 2024

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During the FAL Committee next week, IAPH will also be participating in a seminar on the implications, challenges and opportunities of Maritime Autonomous Surface Ships (MASS) for ports and public authorities. The seminar will be held in the afternoon of 11 April, from 2.30-4 pm and consists of two sessions. The first session will provide the technology developers’ perspective, with contributions from ABB Norway, MacGregor and Massterly. The second session brings the ports’ perspective and will b

IAPH presented on PCS at WMU course

April 05, 2024

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Earlier this week, the chairman of the IAPH Data Collaboration Committee, Pascal Ollivier, took part in a course of the World Maritime University on port operations and technology. Pascal joined colleagues of the World Bank in presenting the findings of the jointIAPH–World Bank report on Port Community Systems–Lessons from Global Experienceto students of the WMU Master of Science in Maritime Affairs programme, specialising in port management. The course marked the first dissemination of the IAPH

IAPH Insider- 4, April

April 04, 2024

IAPH Insider

This edition covers: This week’s Insider highlight with Patrick Verhoeven Vinicius Patel elected IAPH VP for Central and South America #IAPH2024 agenda announced and Early Bird extended Last chance to register for International Port Strategy course IAPH TC Days successfully held in London TT Club and Port Strategy organised safe mooring seminar IAPH Clean Marine Fuels Working Group met in London IMO Future Fuels and Technology website launched PortWatch platform monitors mari

Member Ports News(74)

April 03, 2024

Member Port News

Europe and Africa Region 12-Mar Port of Amsterdam: Vosse Groen Recycling: a beautiful green circle 18-Mar Autoridad Portuaria de Bilbao: THE PORT OF BILBAO BRINGS TO WINDEUROPE ITS PROPOSAL FOR THE DEVELOPMENT AND LOGISTICS OF THE EUROPEAN WIND INDUSTRY Hamburg Port Authority: Ports sign letter of intent to collaborate on green hydrogen transport 19-Mar APS- Administração dos Portos de Sines e do Algarve, SA: SINES MULTIPURPOSE TERMINAL REACHES HISTORIC VOLUMES IN ORE SHIPMENT

World Maritime News (76)

April 03, 2024

World Maritime News

Developing nations still affected by supply chain disruptions Developed economies may be settling into the new geopolitical realities and disruptions affecting supply chains, but this is not always the case for less-developed countries. According to the UN Conference on Trade and Development, small island developing states are the most affected by disrupted supply chains, which will hold a forum in May to address the issues facing less-developed nations. Hosted by Barbados, the Global Supply Ch

IAPH World Ports Tracker for Q3-Q4 2023 is published

March 26, 2024

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The latestIAPH World Ports Tracker reporthas been published and has been made available for public use, this time summarising results from the second half of 2023 as reported by IAPH members during the first quarter of 2024. The 110 page report, co-authored by professor Theo Notteboom and professor Thanos Pallis, contains regional breakdowns as well as micro-analyses of latest data from IAPH member port respondees, the S&P Global Port Performance Program and the UNCTAD Liner Shipping Connectivit

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

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