INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF MARITIME AND PORT EXECUTIVES

OUR GOALS

  • Develop and maintain standards for managers and executives in the industry
  • Provide informational services to members

  • Develop networking opportunities for members

  • Assist members in personal development through education and training programs

  • Provide research material and studies for strategic planning, business development, and management processes

FOR A WORLD CONNECTED BY WATER.

The International Association of Maritime and Port Executives (IAMPE) is a not-for-profit membership association dedicated to developing and maintaining professional standards in the maritime industry. The IAMPE achieves this goal in two primary ways – by cultivating a membership network of port professionals across North America, and by providing a standardized education program to certify port professionals and pave the way for long term professional development. Learn more about who we are, our advisory board, and our connections to other organizations within the industry.

PORT NOTES

Port Notes is the association’s industry newsletter. These publications contain industry updates, upcoming events, job openings, professionals seeking positions, and more. The IAMPE also publishes weekly port news clippings – an aggregate of recent articles pertaining to the industry. Check out our archive of past Port Notes, and find out how you can receive them directly in your inbox.

EDUCATIONAL
OFFERINGS

Proper education and training is critical for every professional in the maritime industry. The IAMPE offers a variety of courses and certifications tailored to different experience levels. Learn more about the different certification levels and check out the IAMPE’s schedule of upcoming courses to find a session that meets your needs.

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The MPE Program was an outstanding opportunity for US Coast Guard personnel to receive formal seminar based knowledge in strategic planning, operations and port administration.  This program will certainly enhance the safety, security, environmental protection and economic vitality of the US Marine Transportation System.

- Capt. Kevin C. Kiefer, USCG, AMPE-Deputy Director Marine Transportation Systems, USCG Office of Prevention and Policy