Port ManagementDisplaying results 1 - 10 of 38
Project by UNCTAD port programme graduate saves fresh water in Malaysia
1 Dec 2022
A rainwater harvesting system proposed by Rabiah Nadir is helping Johor Port save fresh water, minimize chances of flooding and contribute to global goals.
Maritime supply chains need urgent investment to boost resilience to future crises
29 Nov 2022
UNCTAD's Review of Maritime Transport 2022 warns that maritime transport and logistics require greater investment in infrastructure and sustainability to weather future storms.
Sustainable smart ports to create prosperity for all in times of disruption and uncertainty
19 Sep 2022
Written by: Luisa Rodriguez, Article No. 94 [UNCTAD Transport and Trade Facilitation Newsletter N°95 - Third Quarter 2022]
Building resilient maritime logistics in challenging times
11 Aug 2022
UNCTAD launches new tools to help build maritime supply chain resilience by supporting countries to cope with and adapt to disruptions that extend beyond pandemics.
Training opens new horizons for women in ports
6 Jul 2022
UNCTAD's TrainForTrade port management programme increases women's participation in leadership roles in ports, promoting gender equality in the industry.
Assessing possible impacts on States of future shipping decarbonization
20 Jun 2022
Written by: Roel Hoenders and Camille Bourgeon, Article No. 90 [UNCTAD Transport and Trade Facilitation Newsletter N°94 - Second Quarter 2022]
Industry leaders highlight urgent need to build port resilience
15 Jun 2022
Strengthening the ability of ports to adapt to crises such as pandemics and climate change is key to ensuring people and businesses can get the products they need.
Why ports are at the heart of sustainable development
13 May 2022
Port management has implications for economic growth, crisis response efforts, environmental protection and gender equality.
Port programme opens ocean of opportunities for Bolivia
9 May 2022
A river port in the landlocked nation that joined UNCTAD’s port management programme is helping importers and exporters overcome logistics challenges.