Associate IAPH member Ports Australia launches an online Sustainability hub to highlight the significant advances of Australia’s ports in all five of WPSP’s main themes
IAPH Awards announced in six categories, with one tied award in the Governance and Ethics category
At International Association of Ports and Harbors 2019 World Ports Conference opening, IMO Secretary General Kitack Lim commends IAPH’s commitment to working with IMO members on addressing UN Sustainable Development Goal 13 – Climate Action
Survey will support investment decision-making on future-proof port and navigation infrastructure, by providing aggregate, opportunity cost data on the financial and operational impacts of extreme weather events.
Guangzhou Port to host top executives and experts from the global port industry between 6th and 10th May.
A proven single window system for all stakeholders, a voyage calculator including carbon footprint and a community 5G network – all strong finalists selected by the jury with winner to be announced at IAPH Guangzhou 2019 World Ports Conference
Shortlist of eighteen projects by an expert jury panel now available for voting selection to find winners for six awards
Senior executives from the worlds’ largest ports will assess the impact of China’s Belt and Road initiative alongside shipowners including COSCO, Maersk and Carnival as well as Chinese and international corporations such as Huawei, Alibaba and Amazon.
IHS Markit today announced that it has entered into a three-year agreement with IAPH to produce its annual World Ports Conference, beginning in spring 2020.