IAPH

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IAPHInternational Association of Ports and Harbors
IAPHInstitute of Aboriginal Peoples' Health (Canada)
IAPHInternational Association of Pure Hypnoanalysts (Cambridge, England, UK)
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"As coordinators of the World Ports Sustainability Program, our aim is to develop new tools, building on existing ones such as the Environmental Ship Index and low-carbon fuel bunkering guidelines, which can be used by all ports on a global scale," says IAPH managing director Patrick Verhoeven.
A delegation from the Baku International Sea Trade Port participated at the annual conference of the IAPH that was held in Panama on May 10-13.
It will incorporate the International Association of Ports and Harbours (IAPH) Africa-Europe regional meeting; the PAPC General Council and the Port Management Association for East and Southern Africa General Council.
Diversos projetos estao se concretizando na regiao atraves do Programa de Cooperacao Instituto Andaluz de Patrimonio Historico (IAPH)--Sevilla/ Espanha--Instituto de Patrimonio Historico e Artistico Nacional (iphan) Brasil.
It was handed over by Grant Gilfillan, CEO and director, Sydney Ports Corporation, and first vice president, International Association of Ports & Harbours (IAPH) Asia and Oceania, who also spoke earlier in the day at the opening keynote session for the World Ports & Trade Summit Claiming the Innovation award was the Port of Barcelona.
More than 700 global port operators, key industry players and members of the International Association of Ports & Harbours (IAPH), attended the opening of the two-day summit.
The opening ceremony and keynote address by Dr Sultan Ahmed Al Jaber, the chairman of ADPC; Sultan bin Saeed Al Mansoori, Minister of Economy; Jamal Majid Bin Thaniah, Group CEO, Port & Free Zone World and non-executive chairman, DP World, UAE; and Grant Gilfillan, the CEO of Sydney Ports Corporation and First Vice President IAPH, will focus on how the Gulf, and wider Middle East, can continue to strengthen its position as a major strategic force on the world stage.
The future of logistics and transportation networks will be timetabled for discussion at the third annual edition of the upcoming World Ports & Trade Summit, held in strategic partnership with the Abu Dhabi Ports Company (ADPC), as global ports, key industry players and members of the International Association of Ports & Harbours (IAPH) meet in Abu Dhabi from 19-20 March 2013.
The IAPH will hold its annual meeting just prior to the start of the World Ports and Trade Summit 2013, with ADPC hosting a reception for IAPH members.
However, more pollution control will allow ports to win approval for expansion or to retain their licences, says Fer van de Laar, managing director of the International Association of Ports and Harbours (IAPH): "We think it is a good thing that these regulations are there."