In 2013, Manzanillo International Terminal Panama S.A. (MIT) broke ground in gender equity by including female operators for the ship-to-shore (STS) cranes, training women as controllers of automatic cranes and by promoting women in leadership roles.
The report focuses on the sustainable development and green growth of ports and the related logistic chain and added value activities.
The Republic of Lebanon High Council for Privatization and PPP (HCP) established the International Center of Excellence in Pubic Private Partnership for Ports (ICE4P) in cooperation with the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE).
The PORTOPIA project, which started in 2013, aimed at the development of key performance data for European ports and the accompanying ICT tools facilitating data collection and analysis,
The “Port-City Governance” is a 2014 publication by the Sefacil Foundation in partnership with the worldwide network of port cities – AIVP (Association Internationale Villes et Ports) that highlights innovative practices from City-Port projects around the world.