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
IAPH Awards announced in six categories, with one tied award in the Governance and Ethics category
Ports of Abu Dhabi, Antwerp, JadeWeser & Niedersachsen all shortlisted for their World Ports Sustainability Program projects with winner to be announced at IAPH Guangzhou 2019 Conference
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.
Best practice guide for noise pollution and noise hindrance reduction measures to be presented at Conference in Rotterdam on 28th March
The ultimate aim is to reduce NOx, SO2 and PM emissions throughout the port’s nautical and intermodal chains for cargo ships, ferries and cruise ships.
IAPH invites entries from ports worldwide in five project award categories with a special award for ports in developing countries