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Bachmann’s involvement in MARIN’s Zero Emissions Lab

Bachmann’s involvement in MARIN’s Zero Emissions Lab

Guy Platten New Secretary-General of ICS

Guy Platten is to take on the role of Secretary-General at the International Chamber of Shipping (ICS).

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UK to Curb Shipping Accidents with New HiLo System

The UK Chamber of Shipping has launched the HiLo system, a predictive modelling tool for accident prevention in shipping.

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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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Malaviya Seven Could Be Sold to Pay Stranded Sailors

Twelve Indian seafarers are closer to going home after a Scottish court agreed to the sale of the Malaviya Seven, ...

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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 Chamber Calls for Improvements in Shipping Safety

The UK’s shipping industry needs to undergo another step change to radically improve its safety culture, ...

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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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UK Urged to Form New Free Trade Commission Due to Brexit

As the British people made a decision to leave the European Union, the UK should consider establishing a new Free ...

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Govt Asked to Increase Funds for UK Maritime Workforce

As the numbers of British seafarers seem to be in decline, the government in Scotland and in Whitehall has been ...

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UK Owned Tonnage Drops despite Rise in Registered Fleet

The UK registered trading fleet has increased for the first time in four years, rising by 8%, however, the figures ...

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Tangible Reform of UK Ship Register Needed

The government of the United Kingdom needs to deliver “real and tangible reform” of the UK Ship Register, UK ...

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UK Chamber of Shipping: Closer Union Is Distracting

As a response to the negative impact of the European Union’s regulations on the UK’s shipping industry, ...

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Jury Still Out on Brexit's Impact on Maritime Industry

Findings of a survey published by the UK Chamber of Shipping show that 65% of the global maritime industry ...

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UK Poised for Maritime Growth

The UK wants more ships to be registered under the British flag and has proposed measures to make that a reality in ...

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UK Flag Will Die without Substantial Reforms

The way the UK shipping register is administrated needs urgent reform or the red ensign will die, an industry ...

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UK: Corporation Tax Cut Huge Boost for Investment

The global shipping industry will sit up and take notice of cuts to corporation tax, which are expected to be a ...

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Exit Checks at Ferry Points Hassle for Passengers

Passengers leaving the UK by ferry for the mainland Europe will be subject to a passport check, which will be ...

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UK Seafarers Unprotected from Unfair Competition

A new report from maritime specialists at Cardiff University into UK seafarers has found ineffective enforcement of ...

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Falling Piracy Figures Hide Worrying Trends

The UK Chamber of Shipping has warned that a significant drop in Somali based piracy should not mask significant ...

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Platten: Shipping Crucial in Scotland’s Healing Process

The shipping industry needs to play a significant role in that healing process in Scotland, Guy Platten, Chief ...

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