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European Shipowners Call for Progress in Brexit Talks

ECSA, representing European shipowners, is pushing for rapid and positive progress to be made in the Brexit negotiations.

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UK Maritime Sector Responds to Brexit 'Breakthrough' Deal

UK maritime sector welcomes the end of the political drama, as next stage of talks on trading relations approaches.

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No-Deal on Brexit Would Hurt EU Ports As Well

Members of the Maritime UK, including representatives of the British Ports Association, UK Chamber of Shipping, ...

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UK Maritime Sector Flourishes in Wake of Brexit

Maritime productivity, employment, turnover and contribution to GDP have increased in the UK over a five-year ...

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More Focus Needed on Post-Brexit Possible Delays at Borders

The British Ports Association (BPA) said that more focus is needed on the likely impacts – such as delays at ...

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UK Chamber: EU Ports at Risk amid Brexit

The UK Chamber of Shipping has warned that Brexit would have a wide impact on European ports saying that “the ...

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UK’s Dependence on Shipping to Grow amid Brexit Talks

The UK’s attention is switching to the future role of its ports, harbours and seafarers, which is expected to ...

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Brexit Talks Should Include Priorities of Maritime Sector

As negotiations begin on the UK’s departure from the European Union, Maritime UK reflected on the ...

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European Shipowners Present Brexit Priorities

European shipowners believe that EU shipping should continue to enable free movement of goods and persons after the ...

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UK Turns to China to Boost Maritime Ties ahead of Brexit

The UK is steering its way to China to foster maritime ties ahead of the looming triggering of Article 50 which ...

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UK Needs Frictionless Trade Deal with EU after Brexit

British Ports Association (BPA) has called for a frictionless trade agreement between the UK and EU following ...

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Brexit Could Have Severe Impact on Gibraltar's Bunkering

Gibraltar’s bunkering and other port activity could be “severely affected” by any additional border ...

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BPA to Discuss Post-Brexit Vision for Ports with Gov't

The British Ports Association (BPA) is planning to launch discussions with the UK government in an effort to ...

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Scotland Looks Into Impacts of Brexit on Cruise Industry

Cruise industry operators and representatives are gathering at a summit in Edinburgh today to discuss the potential ...

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Brexit Sets Stage for UK Free Ports

Brexit could provide the United Kingdom with new economic freedom if the country exits the EU Customs Union, a new ...

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Drewry: Brexit to Prompt Change in UK's Imports-Exports Mix

The UK’s decision to leave the European Union would probably lead to a change in the mix, as the UK could switch ...

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Report: UK Ports Could Benefit from Brexit

Ports in Britain could gain advantage over ports in the European Union due to Brexit by dodging the EU’s ...

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IBIA: Could Brexit Ease Sulphur Restrictions?

The prospect of the United Kingdom leaving the European Union has raised a number of questions regarding the status ...

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MSI: Brexit to Hit Container Shipping Recovery Prospects

The UK Brexit vote will have far-reaching effects on the container shipping market, despite the country’s ...

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Xeneta: Brexit Brings Gloomy Days for Container Shipping

The UK’s decision to leave the European Union will have a negative impact on all parties involved in the container ...

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Nautilus Questions UK Chamber's Neutral Stance on Brexit

Nautilus International, the UK-based global trade union representing maritime professionals, is criticizing the UK ...

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