Report on global sustainability activities in ports has been published as next major deliverable of the World Ports Sustainability Program
New WPSP Weekly Port Economic Impact Barometer reports steady overall port cargo volumes last week with some dips, and significantly reduced passenger and cruise vessel calls. Dockworker availability has been impacted but not hampering operations, while majority of non-essential port personnel are teleworking from home.
Support to include regularly-updated, frequently-asked questions section vetted by experts handpicked from eight global ports, a weekly port economic impact barometer and latest industry updates
ICS and IAPH join forces to call on G20 leaders to act quickly to protect global supply chains from the impact of COVID-19
Candidates submitted to jury for scrutiny in six categories representing all five areas of interest of the World Ports Sustainability Program
Winners to be declared in five categories at a Gala Dinner at the IAPH 2020 World Ports Conference in Antwerp next March.
IAPH’s World Ports Sustainability Program welcomes the Baltic Ports Organization with its 44 member ports
Conference to be take place in Antwerp at the Flanders Meeting & Convention Center on March 17-19, 2020 exploring the theme “Building Transparency, Predictability and Trust.” Port of Antwerp announced as Host Sponsor.
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