Need to keep abreast of best practices in all aspects of port operations?
The International Association of Ports and Harbors (IAPH) represents almost 90 percent of the world’s container traffic and about 60 percent of world maritime trade, as well as 140 port-related public and private organizations. The IAPH’s official journal serves the world maritime community with six editions a year covering port and harbor operations, investment decisions and management practices, helping you:
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This leading marine classification society -- which establishes standards for the design, construction and operation of vessels -- has ready access to the largest source of data in the maritime industry. Its analysts save time with a direct connection between continually-updated ships, casualty and ports data and their own applications.
Germany’s largest seaport delivers 24x7 access to real-time ship tracking, enables precise scheduling of vessels and terminal operations, and maximizes use of port infrastructure to boost productivity and control costs.