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Port Community Systems and Single Window – Women Leading the Way – Publication

Port Community Systems and Single Windows are reliant on those that have the vision of collaboration in order to bring the community together. IPCSA’s latest publication highlights leaders in this area and their views on trade facilitation today. This publication supports the IMO’s First International Day of Women in Maritime and goes hand in hand […]

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Barbados Port Inc. (BPI) joins International Port Community Systems Association (IPCSA)

Barbados Port Inc. (BPI), the newest member of the International Port Community Systems Association (IPCSA), is looking forward to deepening relations with IPCSA while it continues to change the dynamics of logistics at the Port of Bridgetown with the introduction of its own Port Community System. In the early stages of its PCS research, BPI […]

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IPCSA welcomes the Eastern Ligurian Sea Port Authority as its newest member.

The International Port Community Systems Association (IPCSA) has expanded its membership once again by welcoming the Eastern Ligurian Sea Port Authority as its newest member. The Port Authority is responsible for the ports of La Spezia, which handled 13 million tonnes of cargo in 2021, and the neighbouring port of Marina di Carrara, where cargo […]

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IPCSA STATEMENT ON CURRENT HUMANITARIAN CRISIS

The International Port Community Systems Association is proud to be a global community, with members representing all regions of the world. As the war in Ukraine continues, and we hear the terrible reports of civilian casualties and witness the rapidly escalating humanitarian crisis, our thoughts are very much with our Ukrainian friends and colleagues, and […]

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ALGECIRAS – COLLABORATION FOR MUTUAL BENEFIT OF THE PORT COMMUNITY

Collaboration among stakeholders is the key to success in creating, developing and refining a Port Community System – something Algeciras Port Authority knows well. As the port authority moves ahead with the development of a new, more efficient and more powerful PCS – which will add provide additional logistics and port functionalities – it is […]

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PROCOMEX – COLLABORATION FOR MUTUAL BENEFIT OF THE PORT COMMUNITY

True collaboration is about making everyone feel that they are a participant and that they are making a difference, says John Mein, executive coordinator at PROCOMEX. He is reflecting on some extensive and successful work engaging all stakeholders in a PCS development process which actually had its roots in a Customs modernisation project. PROCOMEX started […]

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IPCSA article on Digital Port Investment: A customer-centric journey: Polski PCS

The creation of a unified Port Community System (PCS) for Poland’s main ports of Gdańsk, Gdynia and Szczecin-Świnoujście – with all of their differences – was a crucial element of the Government’s plans for national port development to 2030. Polski PCS was established as a start-up in 2017 and has achieved significant success over the […]

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High demand: Los Angeles

  High demand: Los Angeles The Port of Los Angeles has been busy – that would be an understatement. There has been plenty of publicity about delays in delivering cargo and congestion at the port, the direct result of extremely high demand for all manner of imported goods in combination with issues caused by Covid-19. […]

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End to End Supply Chain – A wider view: MGI focuses on the whole community

End to End Supply Chain – A wider view: MGI focuses on the whole community A major focus in the world of logistics is having clear information in advance on the goods that will arrive at the terminal tomorrow and further ahead, says Dominique Lebreton, member of the executive board at Marseille-based MGI, which is […]

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Tracking, tracing and transparency: Djibouti PCS smooths the flow of vital cargo and documentation across the border into Ethiopia

A package of digital solutions introduced by Djibouti Port Community System (DPCS) is proving transformational for the flow of cargo through its ports and across the border into landlocked Ethiopia. About 90% of Ethiopia’s imports pass through Djibouti’s ports and a key focus of DPCS has been providing as much transparency and visibility as possible […]

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