Ports & Harbors Sep/Oct 2020 issue published

OFC_PH_2009 (002)The latest issue looks into the feasibility and status of carbon capture projects and zero CO2 emissions initiatives around the globe. Other feature stories include digitising the supply chain accelerated by COVID-19: the tracking of containers, environmentally friendly tugs with less emissions, and investment in new IoT technology: smart ports, and lots more. Tessa Major of the Brazilian Port of Açu, and Patrick Verhoeven, IAPH Managing Director for Policy & Strategy talk with Ines Nastali about the COVID-19 response for ports and how it is helping to form the association’s future work. For “regional focus”, a visualized throughput at Australian and Chinese ports over the past five years is presented in graphs and charts.

IAPH Members can read the full stories online at the Library Page.
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The next issue of Ports & Harbors will appear early November and December focus on Regulation enforcement at ports, Latin America, Dredging and more. We are always welcoming members’ contributions or ideas for articles as well as comments on the magazine at ph@iaphworldports.org.

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