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Risk and Resilience
The first ports are looking at "synchromodal planning" to develop and test Artificial Intelligence-driven logistic software solutions, new transport technologies, and supporting methodologies in order to increase the efficiency of global supply chains and reduce their environmental impact. Get an overview into ePIcenter, an EU-funded global project being undertaken by 36 partners including ports that applies AI and other technologies to ensure supply chains are greener and are capable of adapting to disruptive events.
The industry has experienced a transformation as increasing vessel sizes on the main East-West trades between Asia-Europe and on the Transpacific, leading to large and ultra-large container ships cascading down to African trade routes. What impact has this had on African ports and how have they adapted to this new reality? What does this mean for "hub and spoke" port calls and deep water port development?
IAPH is proud to announce the finalists and winners of the third edition of its World Ports Sustainability Awards. With 64 submissions on a long list whittled down to three finalists in seven categories, sit back and enjoy the journey with presenter Francesca Vanthielen around some of the world's most innovative and exciting sustainability projects happening in ports today !