#IAPH2020 Preview

Events, Conferences,Forums and Symposiums, Ports & Terminals — By on December 2, 2019 at 2:30 PM

#IAPH2020 Preview

#IAPH2020 – Not just for ports

The World Ports Conference starts a new life
in Antwerp next March.

The event will now occur annually and will become a platform where port managers not only meet their peers, but also meet with their customers, service providers, regulators and other stakeholders.

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Find out which companies have already registered to attend the World Ports Conference 2020.
WHO’S ATTENDING?
Discover the Speakers
Paul van Eulem

Director, Maritime & Transport Business Solutions B.V.

Paul van Eulem will be leading the Landlord Ports workshop which aims to ‘delve deeply into the many diverse ways that port authorities develop port land and infrastructural assets’.
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Astrid Dispert

Technical Adviser, IMO

Astrid Dispert will be one of four speakers participating in a workshop on ‘How ports are taking the lead in data exchange for port call optimisation’.

 

 

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Guy Platten
Secretary General, International Chamber of Shipping
Guy Platten will be participating in the IMO 2050 breakout session which asks ‘Is the shipping industry on track to meet the IMO 2050 greenhouse gas targets?’
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Dr. Noura Al Dhaheri

CEO, MAQTA Gateway and Abu Dhabi ports

Dr. Noura Al Dhaheri will be contributing to the panel discussion on Crisis and catastrophe readiness – ‘Preparing ports for worst case scenarios’.
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News
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Port of Antwerp launches executive sustainability course
A special one-day learning event on sustainable port development will take place ahead of the 2020 IAPH World Ports Conference in Antwerp.

 

 

 

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Breaking down business barriers: the path to IAPH 2020
Major global ports, supply-chain thought leaders and shipping regulators will come together next March in Antwerp, Belgium for the IAPH World Ports Conference 2020.

 

 

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Ports at the heart of sustainability
The IAPH’s World Port Sustainability Awards inaugural 2019 edition of the awards attracted 62 entries from around the world and the 2020 edition is expected to attract a similar level of interest as more ports recognise the need to act sustainably.
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