Frequently asked questions

The Port of Pasaia (Spain) will install a new smart lighting system

Maersk and Hapag-Lloyd have agreed to cooperate long-term to improve their reliability and sustainability

AIVP members, the ports of Dubrovnik (Croatia) and Lisbon (Portugal), have been voted as top destination and top port respectively in the World Travel Awards 2023

Port of Tallinn (Estonia): cornerstone laid for Paldiski South Harbour’s new multi-functional quay, which will facilitate the construction of offshore wind farms

The State of Michigan funds six projects targeted towards all-electric boat operations on the Great Lakes through the Fresh Coast Maritime Challenge. 

Orsted subleases at the New Jersey Wind Port and is expected to support offshore wind projects on the American East Coast. 

The port authority of Buenaventura (Colombia) is chosen to take part in a programme aimed at building women’s leadership skills

The IMO is preparing a non-mandatory maritime autonomous surface ship (MASS) code for adoption as early as 2025

Join the webinar organised by the Port of Brussels, AIVP Member, and Shayp on water monitoring and saving solutions.

AIVP member Econcrete is holding a webinar about resilient and sustainable coastal and marine infrastructures on the 8th of March at 6pm. Sign up !

The ‘Florida Flood Hub’ is created in St-Petersburg (USA), dedicated to research on rising sea levels and climate change

Darling Harbour, Sydney: the design by Snøhetta and Hassell emphasises public spaces and a feeling of belonging

Old Port of Reykjavik (Iceland): dilapidated old hangars have been replaced by six wooden homes

INVITATION TO TENDER: the Chamber of Commerce & Industry of Mayotte (France) wants to attract large yachts and make Mamoudzou and Dzaoudzi marinas more accessible from the city. Deadline: 2 April

The port of Saint-John (Canada) proposes to install a container village on the waterfront for urban uses

The City of Melbourne (Australia) holds a community consultation on plans to restore the historic Mission to Seafarers building