IAPH and World Bank to address gaps in resilience, digitalization and decarbonization
Missile attacks gravely undermine efforts by Ukrainian seaports to prepare resumption of maritime traffic
IAPH sources data from ninety six ports from eight regions of the world, producing first dashboard and report for members
IAPH members invited to bring their beverage and click into informal discussions with port authorities experts, hydrogen specialists and port innovato...
IAPH new quarterly report globally and per region will help ports to detect trends early on and enhance resilience
The World Ports Climate Action Program focuses on taking action to combat climate change in the maritime sector
IAPH to produce summary report of the exercise together with the World Bank and will support the updating of its port reform toolkit
Winners announced in six categories which lead the way in this year’s initiatives to support the IAPH World Ports Sustainability Program
New tracker aims to move the dial from reactive to proactive in terms of using a combination of fresh data and continuous feedback from the world port...
Over 400 professionals from the ports and maritime sector meet face-to-face for the first time since Guangzhou conference in 2019
New IAPH Regional Vice President to focus on rallying Africa's ports to further enhance their resilience
Appeal will support port workers and their families impacted by the humanitarian disaster caused by the war in Ukraine