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    Cleaning up our act: taking our responsibility seriously

    "We hope that our Environmental Resolution sends a clear message that, fundamentally, it is simply not necessary to pollute the environment in order to run a profitable, productive shipping business," writes David Balston, the UK Chamber's Director of Policy, in this article for our 2018 Journal.

    "There is no need to operate vessels in a way that will damage the world’s flora and fauna or endanger human health." 

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    2018: Expanding maritime horizons for the Royal Navy

    Writing exclusively for the UK Chamber, Rear Admiral Nick Hine argues how the Royal Navy will play a leading role in delivering the Government’s vision of ‘Global Britain’.

  • Micheal Bibby
    Sir Michael Bibby elected President of the UK Chamber

    Sir Michael Bibby was elected President of the UK Chamber of Shipping at the organisation’s Annual General Meeting in London. John Denholm, chairman of J&J Denholm, was elected Vice-President.

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    Charting a bright course for the UK shipping industry

    Writing exclusively for the UK Chamber, Brexit minister Robin Walker argues that shipping will play a key part in achieving the UK’s ambition to be a major trading nation outside the EU.

  • rach arnold
    What’s it like being a female deck officer?

    We spoke to female deck officers about what life is really like at sea, in the latest in our series of articles about women seafarers.

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    What's it like being a female cadet?

    To coincide with International Women's Day, we asked female seafarers old and new to tell us what it's really like to work at sea. The result is being highlighted in a series of articles, beginning with this one in which we spoke to cadets. 

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    Watch: Duke of Cambridge urges shipping to help end the transport of illegal wildlife products

    Large-scale seizures of illegal ivory are at record highs and poaching of rhino and elephants is at the worst level seen for 25 years - but the shipping industry can play a part in ending the illicit trade of wildlife and wildlife products, the Duke of Cambridge told our Annual Dinner.

  • Careers At Sea
    Watch: To Sea or Not to Sea

    The UK Chamber of Shipping and Merchant Navy Training Board have launched a broadcast-quality advert as part of the Careers At Sea campaign, to boost the number of young people entering maritime careers.

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