The UK Chamber hosted its third Brexit Forum for members on Wednesday 7th November, which provided an opportunity for industry and Government to consider the latest developments in the UK’s negotiations with the EU.
9th November 2018
Rachel Gurnett from the Merchant Navy Training Board is encouraging UK maritime professionals to volunteer to help promote careers at sea to young people.
29th October 2018
The UK has a lucrative opportunity on its hands, writes Nick Chubb, one of the authors of the new report 'Frictionless trade: How new technology will power international trade'
23rd October 2018
As we bid a bittersweet farewell to Terry ahead of her retirement, she shares some highlights - and low-lights - of her colourful career at the Chamber
12th October 2018
Five new ratings have begun permanent contracts with DFDS after completing apprenticeships. Could this be the solution to recruiting more UK ratings?
11th October 2018
Cadet Bradley Horton is the first to officially accrue sea time by completing an industrial placement, developed and trialled by the MNTB and its partners.
10th October 2018
In this guest blog, Jaap Gebraad from SEA Europe, the Shipyards and Maritime Equipment Association, explains why working together is the only way to meet the ambitions of the IMO's 2050 Greenhouse Gas Strategy
5th October 2018
GDPR isn't just about newsletters - the regulation has real implications for maritime stakeholders, as Tim Springett explains
5th October 2018
In this guest blog, Dr Nishatabbas Rehmatulla from UCL Energy Institute says it will be no more expensive to decarbonise shipping than many other sectors of the economy
28th September 2018
In this guest blog, Tore Longva from DNV GL Maritime explains all the different ways by which emissions regulation will be an industry game-changer
24th September 2018
In this guest blog, Colin Gillespie from the North of England P&I Association highlights the factors that can cause difficulties in implementing safety culture.
14th September 2018
The UK's merchant-navy ratings workforce faces certain structural challenges that could affect its future and, by extension, the future of UK seafaring. We need to have a strategy.
7th September 2018