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IAPH 2017 awards

The International Association of Ports & Harbors has announced its 2017 "Contest for Excellence"
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Hiro Nagai, Under Secretary at IAPH global HQ in Tokyo, has announced the 2017 awards for excellence. 

There are three categories:

  • Port Communications Award
  • Port Environment Award
  • Information Technology Award

These biennial contests are open to IAPH regular and associate members and offer an opportunity to compete for excellence in port operations and to management for sharing best practices.

IAPH has also announced its Essay Contest 2017, comprising its Akiyama and Bali Open awards. The Akiyama Award is open to individuals at IAPH member ports (regular) in developing countries, while the Bali Open Award is open to any individual IAPH member, regular or associate.

Further information can be obtained at:

http://www.iaphworldports.org/

or contact

h_nagai@iaphworldports.org

 

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