European Council agrees its stance on maritime single window

The European Council reached a general approach on a proposal to bring together all reporting formalities associated with a port call, under a European maritime single window. The proposal is expected to increase efficiency of operations by ensuring reporting procedures are the same for all port calls, aiming to boost competitiveness of the maritime sector in the long-run. 

Connecticut Port Authority supports education of port leaders

On 10-14 September, the Connecticut Port Authority hosted the IAMPE Professional Certification Program, a weeklong course to train and update Maritime Port Managers and Maritime Port Executives on the latest information and resources available for managing ports and terminals.

IMO conducts training to reduce port-related emissions

In an attempt to help ports reduce emissions to ensure cleaner air and contribute to the battle against climate change, an IMO training course is addressing this issue, highlighting the need to first quantify emissions and then identify measures to reduce port-related emissions in a cost-effective way.

Port of Antwerp solidifies position in West Africa with Gambia agreement

Gambian President Adama Barrow visited the Port of Antwerp, where an agreement was signed between the Port and Gambia Ports Authority, on Thursday 24 May, involving training and consulting. The port of Antwerp will play an advisory role This agreement highlights the port of Antwerp’s position in West Africa.


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