WinGD on Building Engines of the Future

WinGD

Galke explains the benefits of WinGD's new engines.

DFDS Awarded Brexit Contract by the UK

DFDS awarded a contract by the UK government to provide additional ferry capacity in the North Sea.

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Russian Bulker Refloated after Grounding off Cornwall

Russian bulker Kuzma Minin

UK: Russian carrier ship Kuzma Minin, which grounded off Cornwall, has been refloated.

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UK's 'Eye in the Sky’ to Tackle Oil Spills, Illegal Shipping

Satellite

UK to use its 'eye in the sky' to tackle oil spills and illegal shipping.

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UK's Autonomous Shipping Industry Gets a Boost

The UK autonomous shipping industry is set to receive a boost with the recently unveiled funding of GBP 1 million.

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BPA Calls for Action as "No Deal" Brexit Is Now Likely

Brexit

BPA called for renewed emphasis on cross border trade facilitation amid a likely 'no deal' Brexit outcome.

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MAIB: Cargo Ship Grounded after Bridge Left Unattended

MAIB: Cargo ship Ruyter grounded on the Rathlin Island in October 2017 after its master left the bridge unattended.

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MCA: Captain of Russian Tanker Fined over Safety Failures

Captain of tanker Tecoil Polaris was fined over GBP 25,700 for breaching the International Safety Management Code.

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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 Gov't Doubles SMarT Budget

More than 400 extra cadets in the UK will be trained in maritime roles every year thanks to a funding boost.

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GMB Members to Stage a Strike at Cammell Laird Shipyard

GMB members have voted to take a strike action at Cammell Laird Shipyard in dispute over pay and conditions.

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RMT: UK's New Minimum Wage Guidance Flawed

RMT: UK's new National Minimum Wage guidance does not end problems around enforcing NMW rates of pay.

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UK Steps Up Protection of Minimum Seafarer Wages

All seafarers working in UK waters must be paid at least minimum wage rates.

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Nautilus: Budget Omission Disappointment for UK Seafarers

The UK could be left dependent on foreign shipping and workforces after further investment or incentives for ...

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Pay Dispute Strike of Tug Boat Crew Looms Over UK Ports

The movement of Royal Navy vessels in and out of five UK ports could be severely disrupted, as tug boat crew ballot ...

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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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Gov't to Double UK Fleet Flying under Red Duster

The Government of the United Kingdom is working to double the size of the UK Ship Register from 16 to 30 million ...

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UK to Help Fund Path to Zero-Emissions Maritime Sector

The UK government has committed to help fund innovative technologies and fuels to reduce maritime emissions, ...

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UK Detains Three Foreign Flagged Ships in July

Three foreign flagged ships were detained in UK ports in July 2017 after they failed Port State Control (PSC) ...

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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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Spotted: Madrid Maersk Giant Visits Felixstowe

The 20,568 TEU Madrid Maersk, the largest container ship to call in North Europe so far, has made its maiden call ...

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Navios Bulk Carrier Catches Fire at UK's Immingham Dock

A bulk carrier with 19 crew on board suffered a fire while it was moored at Immingham Docks, UK in the afternoon ...

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