The IAPH 2022 World Ports Conference has a new agenda-setting format! The ongoing supply chain crunch has exposed structural weaknesses in various components of maritime supply chains, including ports. #IAPH2022 will bring together leading port stakeholders to #ClosetheGaps in global seaport competitiveness, setting an agenda to raise the performance of the world’s major port regions. Register today for #IAPH2022 to participate in pre-conference regional workshops in February and March and the IAPH 2022 World Ports Conference in Vancouver, 16-18 May. Don’t miss this opportunity to play a role in setting the global port agenda. The online regional workshops will be held in collaboration with the World Bank, addressing specific factors that cause gaps in connectivity, efficiency, and the overall costs of shipping cargo. These workshops also will cover the regulatory environment in which ports operate, their scope of digitalisation, and their environmental performance. You’ll learn more about the workshops in the below video, in which IAPH Managing Director Patrick Verhoeven explains why you should attend. Ultimately, #IAPH2022 aims to culminate in a declaration of priorities for ports based on the outcome of key conference discussions and workshops. Register before 2 January 2022 for the lowest available rates. IAPH members enjoy special a reduction and we therefore invite you to contact the conference help desk to validate your membership and receive your discount code.