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UK shipping technology sector can worth £13 billion by 2030, report says

According to a new report called ‘Frictionless trade: How new technology will power international trade’, the UK has a profitable opportunity. Namely, according to Nick Chubb, one of the authors of the new report, the UK shipping technology sector is a £4 billion industry, and is expected to reach £13 billion per year by 2030.

UK Chamber of Shipping: Chartered ships will not help in case of no-deal Brexit

Responding to reports that the UK Government may charter ships in case of a No-Deal Brexit, UK Chamber of Shipping CEO Bob Sanguinetti said that it is not clear how chartered ships will help. Mr. Sanguinetti said that goods will still need to go through the same customs procedures in ports, where the problem is.

What are the costs of reducing GHG emissions in shipping?

Dr. Nishatabbas Rehmatulla from UCL Energy Institute, spoke to UK Chamber of Shipping’s ‘IMO Greenhouse Gas Strategy Forum’, providing his expectations on what the GHG emissions reduction will be. Dr. Rehmatulla notes that decarbonising the shipping industry will be no more expensive than many other sectors.

UK Chamber raises safety concerns on offshore wind developments

Responding to the UK Government’s plans to greenlight millions of pounds’ worth of new offshore developments, the UK Chamber of Shipping warned that coordination and forward planning is essential to ensure new windfarms do not pose navigational safety risks for vessels and the environment. 

Shipping associations vow to support seafarers’ mental health

In response of this year’s Day of the Seafarer, members of the European Community Shipowners’ Associations; UK Chamber of Shipping and the Royal Dutch Shipowners Association have each launched webpages signposting seafarers to mental health charities, chaplain services and support networks.

New guidelines to ensure seafarers mental well-being

For seafarers mental health issues are a very important matter. These can include the pressures of being separation from family and isolation. For this reason, the UK Chamber of Shipping, Nautilus International and the National Union of Rail, Maritime and Transport Workers have created new guidelines to help shipping companies set up policies on mental well-being.  

UK Chamber: We have to go faster on decarbonisation

The UK Chamber of Shipping’s Communications Director, Jonathan Roberts, is talking with respect to the ongoing efforts currently discussed at IMO MEPC 72 to reduce the industry’s environmental footprint. Mr. Roberts noted that any agreement reached this week will be a stepping stone in the global shipping decarbonisation deal.

Guy Platten becomes new ICS Secretary-General

The Board of the International Chamber of Shipping announced the appointment of Guy Platten to the role of Secretary General, after almost five years at the UK Chamber of Shipping. Mr. Platten will replace Mr. Peter Hinchliffe in mid-2018.

UK Transport Secretary proposes Maritime 2050 vision

Speaking at the UK Chamber of Shipping’s Annual Dinner, Chris Grayling MP, Secretary of State for Transport, contributed to a “radical” vision that will support the nation’s maritime industry for the future. The UK Maritime 2050 strategy will have as key points, trade, technology, infrastructure, the environment, skills, safety and regulation, security and resilience. 

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