IMO 2020: Countdown to compliance
The UK Chamber is helping its members prepare for the IMO'S global sulphur cap in 2020 - a new regulation that could be highly disruptive without the right guidance.
A New Beginning
The Shipping Industry needs to be thinking decades ahead if it is to ride out the peaks and troughs of political and economic change writes Bob Sanguinetti.
Pragmatism over politics
The UK Chamber is helping UK shipping companies prepare for the eventual outcome of Brexit and argues that the country’s ability to strike new trade deals could hold many opportunities for the UK maritime sector
Towards a zero-injury shipping industry
UK Chamber is changing the way shipping thinks about safeguarding its workforce.
The evolution of the MNTB
The Merchant Navy Training board has consistently raised the standards of seafarer training in the UK for many years – now the time is right to do so overseas.
UK Chamber presses Minister on COCs
The UK Chamber and trade union Nautilus International met with Shipping Minister Nusrat Ghani this week to discuss the recognition of UK Certificates of Competency when the UK leaves the EU.
Blog; "Why training alone will not solve the industry’s safety problem"
The UK Chamber of Shipping CEO, Bob Sanguinetti, writes about the determination to improve the industry’s safety from a personal perspective.
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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