Produced for the first time in 2021 by the World Bank Group and S&P Global Market Intelligence, the Container Port Performance Index (CPPI) is a comparable index of global container port performance. The index is intended to serve as a reference point for key stakeholders in the global economy, including national governments, port authorities, development agencies and private organisations engaged in trade, logistics and supply chain services. As that reference point, the CPPI is intended to identify gaps and opportunities for improvement in container port operations, and to stimulate a dialogue among key stakeholders and move this essential agenda forward. The second edition of the CPPI will be presented on 25 May during an online webinar. Members of the World Bank Group and S&P Global Market Intelligence team that created the index, will discuss the scope, underlying data, and methodology, as well as its purpose and uses. The webinar can be attended free of charge by registering here. Delegates to the IAPH World Ports Conference in Vancouver will be get a sneak preview of the new index by Dominik Englert (World Bank Group) and Turloch Mooney (S&P Global Market Intelligence). The session is scheduled for Monday 16 May at 3.00 PM.