Following the exit of UK from Europe, HAROPA and Ports of Normandy joined forces to help transport operators be better prepared for Brexit changes.
Following the exit of the UK from Europe, the British Government is now working to ensure that the EU, Norway, Iceland and Liechtenstein will continue to accept UK certificates of competency.
With the United Kingdom officially leaving the European Union on 1st January 2020, the EU and the UK managed to reach an outline agreement on a future post Brexit deal.
As Brexit coming closer, the European shipping industry applauds the efforts of both EU and UK negotiators to ensure the continued fluidity of shipping trade.
Hapag-Lloyd AG warned that UK ports would be severely impact in case of a no-deal Brexit, followed by vital ferry links to France that remained closed for a second day amid concern about a new coronavirus strain.
In light of the Brexit period, which is expected to end on 31st December 2020, Standard Club issued a circular ensuring that the club can continue to access European Economic Area (EEA) markets.
From 1 January 2021, the UK will have sole responsibility for its seas and fishing industry and we need to be ready for change. As such, the UK Merchant Marine Organisation (MMO) issued a guide for commercial fishers, merchants and exporters with the steps they must take to ensure their business continues to prosper.
The UK has launched a bidding process for the first seven Freeports in England, as part of the country’s post-Brexit strategy. The British Ports Association (BPA) welcomes the move, as part of its port zoning economic vision for regional growth.
Amid the Brexit transition period which is about to end on 31 December 2020, National Audit Office urged that UK ports are likely to experience major disruptions due to lack of systems.
TT Club provides information on how to export and trade goods between the UK and the EU amid Brexit, as many are the changes that followed after Britain’s exit.
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