The International Liquid Terminals Association (ILTA) and the Indian Ports Association (IPA) will share best practices on handling and management of liquid commodities.
The International Liquid Terminals Association (ILTA) and the Indian Ports Association (IPA) recently agreed to “collaborate to share best practices on handling and management of liquid commodities to achieve the highest levels of operational excellence.”
The agreement was made during IPA’s 2021 Maritime India Summit, which provided a virtual and physical platform for discussion, education and collaboration among shipping and transport ministers and executives from all over the world.
IPA is the apex body of major ports under the Government of India’s Ministry of Ports, Shipping & Waterways.
“ILTA is honored to participate in this important international collaboration,” said Kathryn Clay, ILTA’s president, who spoke during the summit. “I commend the Indian Port Association and the other event organizers for their leadership in bringing together partners from around the world to share knowledge to the benefit of our respective members.”
Source: BULK TRANSPORTER