As leaders in the maritime events industry, Port Technology International welcome the opportunity for a mutually beneficial media partnership.
Solar Media Ltd are a global B2B media company reaching the entire clean energy industry. We deliver authoritative media solutions to engage audiences and fast track business relationships accelerating a global clean energy future. Our diverse portfolio of live events, news, publications, and market research reports bring together decision-makers throughout the clean energy value chain.
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Oferta diaria de empleos en los sectoresmarítimo-portuario y logístico Noticias, Buques, Empresas, Puertos, Aduanas,Eventos …
Daily Offer of jobs into the maritime, port and logisticssectors News, Vessels, Companies, Ports, Customs, Events …
The Baltic Transport Journal is an international printed bimonthly magazine focused on transport and logistics in the Baltic Sea region (BSR) with its nine countries: Poland, Germany, Denmark, Sweden, Finland, Russia, Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania. <br>
We write about all transport aspects within the supply chain: maritime – rail – road – inland shipping – project logistics – warehousing – distribution – environment – legal issues – technological and economic developments, etc.
The International Association of Ports and Harbors (IAPH) is the global trade association for seaports worldwide.It is headquartered in Tokyo, Japan. Formed in 1955, it has now recognised as the NGO representing ports worldwide.
With over 200 ports in membership, as well as numerous national port representative bodies, it now has consultative status with 5 UN agencies, including UNCTAD and the IMO.