On Tuesday, 4 August 2020, at around 18:00 local time, a massive explosion erupted at the Port of Beirut, Lebanon, causing massive damage to the port and the surrounding city. The explosion appears to have been caused by...

One of the Association’s best accomplishments has been our in-person, interactive educational offerings.  This has allowed not only collaboration among participants, but also an opportunity to have direct one-on-one with...

On 26 November 2004, M/T Athos I hit a submerged anchor enroute to a CITGO terminal in New Jersey. The allision occurred within the federally-maintained anchorage in the Delaware River leading up to that terminal, not alo...

From the Desk of CAPT Jeff Monroe, MM, AMPE


Owners and operators of ports and maritime intermodal facilities (terminals) in the US are being reminded of the approaching d...

Pumpkins, apple cider, changing foliage... Fall is a magical time of year, gently ushering the transition from summer to winter. It could also be a time where we see a resurgent Coronavirus push everyone back indoors for...

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The IAMPE is working with the Loeb-Sullivan Graduate School of International Business and Logistics at Maine Maritime Academy and the Graduate Program at Massachusetts Maritime Academy  to improve professional development for the maritime and port industry. Eligible students can receive up to 4 graduate credits for completing the MPE/IMPE program towards either of the graduate programs.

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