Ines Nastali

IHS Markit

Editor, Ports & Harbors Magazine, Maritime & Trade

Senior Custom Publishing Editor

Ines Nastali is the editor of Ports & Harbors, the membership publication of the International Association of Ports and Harbors

Ines Nastali joined IHS Markit at the London headquarters in September 2018 as the editor of Dredging and Ports Construction magazine before taking over as editor of Ports & Harbors, the membership publication of the International Association of Ports and Harbors. She is responsible for the delivery of a bi-monthly magazine, always on the lookout for the latest market trends in order to keep readers informed, as well as the supplement production for all maritime publications.

Making use of her experience in multi-media and data-driven storytelling, her focus for the company's maritime publications portfolio has been to establish the utilisation of IHS Markit's rich dredging, port and maritime data and to translate those datasets into interactive and print visualisations to give an insight into fleet data, port infrastructure developments and shipbuilding trends as well as casualty incidents.

Prior to joining IHS Markit, she was the editor of the specialist materials science titles Materials World and Clay Technology, the membership publications of the Institute of Materials, Minerals and Mining in London. Ines started her maritime journalism career in 2015 at The Marine Professional, the membership publication of the Institute of Marine Engineering, Science, and Technology.

She holds a Bachelor of Arts in technical journalism from the Hochschule Bremen, Germany, and a Master of Arts in science journalism from London's City University.

Sessions With Ines Nastali

Tuesday, 22 June

  • 11:50am - 12:20pm (CET) / 22/jun/2021 09:50 am - 22/jun/2021 10:20 am

    Risk and Resilience

    Combatting Corruption in Ports


    Combatting corruption in ports goes beyond good intentions, communications and best practices. Implementing it successfully is a rarity and requires exceptional stakeholder management. Learn from three concrete examples where the Maritime Anti-Corruption Network collaborated internationally and locally in order to achieve tangible results on the ground.

Wednesday, 23 June

  • 01:35pm - 02:20pm (CET) / 23/jun/2021 11:35 am - 23/jun/2021 12:20 pm

    Risk and Resilience

    What Crisis Next? Lessons Learned from COVID-19


    One year on from the COVID19 global pandemic outbreak, ports around the world have demonstrated their resilience in keeping supply chains operational. This has been the case despite initial labour shortages, disruptive governmenal interventions to limit the spread of the disease and highly unpredictable supply and demand conditions due to panic consumption and multiple lockdowns impacting economic activity. With disruption still the norm, particularly in the container sector with imbalances created and rates at an all time high, ports are reassessing how to cope with crises on a permanent basis. In this insightful session, find out exactly what sort of measures ports should be taking in order to prepare themselves for the next crisis, be it financial, health-related, economic, climate-change related or otherwise.