Ukrainian ports are in the frontline of the conflict
IAPH rebrands and launches a new, content-rich website
IAPH submits guidelines to IMO for consideration at the next Maritime Safety Committee in October
Third regional IAPH webinar took us to India and Sri Lanka via Antwerp and London
Online course with readings, recorded content and live sessions aimed at professionals working in the world’s port communities
IAPH joins global industry and human rights leaders to sign the Neptune Declaration on Seafarer Wellbeing and Crew Change
Joint report by the World Bank and IAPH to assist ports and maritime transport community accelerate digitalization and minimize ship-shore human inter...
Offering thought leadership on the role of ports in a connected world
COVID19-related small-scale shocks aggregated over time now impacting shippers and freights in several regional markets
Focus on energy transition, data collaboration and resilience to be implemented by IAPH Policy & Strategy unit and administered by Finance & Administr...
IAPH to play a key role in supporting ports of member states to facilitate reduction of greenhouse gas emissions from shipping
To date, only 49 of the 174 Member States of IMO possess functioning Port Community Systems ; co-signees call for wide-ranging adoption of secure EDI