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Member Ports News(67)

December 05, 2023

Member Port News

Europe and Africa Region Nov Mauritius Ports Authority: VACANCY NOTICE FOR THE POST OF DIRECTOR-GENERAL The deadline for submission of applications for the post of Director-General has been extended 7-Nov Port Autonome de Lomé: USE OF THE “EPALTOGO.COM” AND “OSIPAYE.COM” PLATFORMS 8-Nov HAROPA PORT: HAROPA PORT and the port authority of Kribi now partners 9-Nov JadeWeserPort Realisierungs GmbH & Co.KG: NORDFROST: New capacities inaugurated in the Wilhelmshaven container port

Welcome! Cable Factory BITNER from Poland

November 30, 2023

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We are pleased to announce that Cable Factory BITNER has joined the IAPH as an associate member. Cable Factory BITNER is a cable and wire manufacturer that has been operating since 1996. They offer a wide range of products, including over 40,000 items divided into over a dozen product groups. Their products are used in various industries such as industrial automation, electrical, energy, telecommunication, and IT. The company has completed many large-scale projects in Poland, and their cables

Welcome! Yeji Data Lab inc. from Canada

November 28, 2023

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We are pleased to announce that Yeji Data Lab inc. joined the IAPH as an associate member. Yeji Data Lab inc. is an AI solution provider for various industries and sectors, such as energy, health, manufacturing, and transportation. The company offers AI advisory, AI at scale, and AI funding services. It helps its clients adopt and utilize AI technology, develop and deploy AI applications, and access grant programs for AI projects. For more information, please visit the following website.

IAPH co-sponsors IMO submission on organised crime

November 24, 2023

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After thorough discussions and corresponding communications within the Risk and Resilience Committee, IAPH was able to co-sponsor a submission to the 33rd session of the IMO Assembly. The submission, titled‘Combatting Security Threats by Organised Crime in the Maritime Industry’aims to garner support for an Assembly Resolution that raises awareness within the maritime sector regarding the profound impacts of illicit trade and organised crime. This joint submission is a collaborative effort initi

IAPH steps up on closer ties with WCO

November 24, 2023

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Last week IAPH's Data Collaboration Committee chairman Pascal Ollivier and communications director Victor Shieh met with colleagues of the World Customs Organization Lazzat Daniyariva, Tejo Kusuma and Cristina Varela Vaz at their headquarters in Brussels to discuss follow-up plans for thejointly-published guidelines on cooperation between Customs and Port Authoritieswhich were presented at the IAPH 2023 World Ports Conference by WCO deputy secretary-general Ricardo Treviño Chapa. The following d

IAPH participated in IMO cybersecurity symposium

November 24, 2023

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The International Maritime Organization and the University of Plymouth’s Cyber-SHIP Lab jointly organised a symposium on maritime cyber security and resilience at the IMO headquarters on 1-2 November. The symposium shared the latest international maritime cyber risk evaluation and mitigation research and explored how governments, industry, researchers, and NGOs can collaborate to build international maritime supply chain cyber resilience. Industry and academic expert speakers addressed topics ac

White paper on Environmental Ship Index published

November 24, 2023

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IAPH launched this week adedicated white paper on the Environmental Ship Index (ESI), citing testimonials from world ports on how to use the index to facilitate vessel emissions reductions. Subtitled ‘Setting the standard for maritime environmental performance’, it is aimed at providing a clear introduction to newcomers interested in joining this long-running scheme. ESI is used by 60 global ports and other maritime administrations for providing incentives to owners of over 6,600 ships to perfor

Mediterranean ESI seminar on 30 November

November 24, 2023

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A special seminar hosted by the MEDPorts Association in conjunction with IAPH on how to incentivise shipowners to reduce emissions will be held in hybrid format at the Port of Barcelona on 30 November. This seminar will focus on how the IAPH Environmental Ship Index can positively impact Mediterranean shipping emissions reductions. The seminar coincides with the ESI Stakeholders Assembly which is being organised by the Green Award Foundation, which administers the index for IAPH. ESI was created

IAPH spoke at events on innovation and MSW

November 24, 2023

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End of October, IAPH’s Data Collaboration Committee vice-chairman Gadi Benmoshe joined two events, discussing the introduction of the IMO Maritime Single Window, disruptive trends and innovation opportunities. He spoke at the hybrid Port Entrepreneurship International Congress that was organised on 26 October by Opentop and Valencia Port Foundation, addressing challenges and trends in the maritime, port and logistics industry. He was joined in this session by UNCTAD TrainForTrade’s Mark Assaf, P

IAPH Insider- November 23, 2023

November 24, 2023

IAPH Insider

This edition covers: IAPHInsider highlight with Patrick Verhoeven IAPH co-sponsors IMO submission on organised crime IAPH steps up on closer ties with WCO IAPH participated in IMO cybersecurity symposium White paper on Environmental Ship Index published Mediterranean ESI seminar on 30 November IAPH spoke at events on innovation and MSW IMO emissions technology challenge launched UNCTAD issues report on port benchmarking Member Port News World Maritime News Calendar of E

Member Ports News(66)

November 21, 2023

Member Port News

Europe and Africa Region Nov Mauritius Ports Authority: VACANCY NOTICE FOR THE POST OF DIRECTOR-GENERAL The deadline for submission of applications for the post of Director-General has been extended 3-Nov Autorità Portuale di Genova (Port Authority of Genoa): Passenger port onshore power supply takes off Port of Amsterdam: Second new installation for ship-to-ship transshipment delivered 6-Nov Autoridad Portuaria de Valencia (Port Authority of Valencia): Export freight rates fro

World Maritime News (67)

November 22, 2023

World Maritime News

Shipping companies failing to set science-based climate targets Prominent shipping companies still fail to set science-based net zero targets despite the IMO’s ambitious revision of its greenhouse gas strategy. Just four shipping companies, NYK Line, K Line, Cosco Shipping Logistics, and Höegh Autoliners, have set science-based targets aligning with the United Nations’ Paris Agreement’s aims to limit global warming to 1.5ºC, according to target-validating organization Science Based Targets Init

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