Worldwide there are approximately 3,000 merchant ports and the work of the Harbour Master can vary widely from country to country and from port to port even within the same country.
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Over 150 international carriers, 3PL & 4PL professionals, ports & terminals representatives, freight forwarders and BCOs, and more than 30 industry expert speakers will gather under one roof to discuss everything from operational impact of alliances and M&As that took place, ROI of digital innovation, sustainability & LNG propulsion & many more important issues to the liner industry!
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Already confirmed speakers include:
• Jesper Kjaedegaard, Partner, Mercator International
• Rolf Habben Jansen, CEO, Hapag-Lloyd
• Jeremy Nixon, Global Chief Executive Officer, Ocean Network Express Holdings
• Franck Kayser, Group Chief Operating Officer, CMA-CGM
• Ibrahim Gokcen, Chief Digital Officer, Maersk Transport & Logistics
• Søren Vinther Hansen, Assistant Director, Vessel Performance, ABS
• Philipp Ortwein, Managing Director, Instafreight
• Lars Jensen, CEO, SeaIntelligence Consulting
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Emerging maritime challenges were at the forefront of discussions at the 11th ASEAN Regional Forum (ARF) Inter-Sessional Meeting (ISM) on Maritime Security held in Da Nang, Viet Nam, on 14-15 March. Participants had the opportunity to exchange views on regional maritime issues, review progress of their maritime security work plan, and discuss proposed activities over the coming year.
IMO took the opportunity to update ARF members on IMO’s work in Asia and told senior maritime officials of potential future technical cooperation projects in the region. IMO also talked about improving the implementation, among ASEAN members, of maritime security measures, including the International Ship and Port Facility Security Code (ISPS).
It was reported by IMO on 13 March that a new set of publicly-available guidelines for monitoring plastics and microplastics in the oceans will help harmonize how scientists and others assess the scale of the marine plastic litter problem.
These guidelines* for the monitoring and assessment of plastic litter and microplastics in the ocean have been published by the Joint Group of Experts on the Scientific Aspects of Marine Environmental Protection (GESAMP), a body that advises the United Nations system on the scientific aspects of marine environmental protection.
Guidelines cover what to sample, how to sample it and how to record and assess plastics in the oceans and on the shoreline, including establishing baseline surveys. They include recommendations, advice and practical guidance, for establishing programmes to monitor and assess the distribution and abundance of plastic litter, also referred to as plastic debris, in the ocean.
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