Twelve Indian seafarers are closer to going home after been detained onboard the 'Malaviya Seven' in Aberdeen since June 2016 - but the ordeal is not over yet.
17th August 2017
Cruise passengers were confronted with a stark reminder of Man's impact on the natural world when they visited a beach in NE Spitsbergen, Svalbard
11th August 2017
Tim Reardon is best known as one of the UK Chamber of Shipping's policy directors, but he's also a keen maritime historian. In June, he launched his first book, titled 'The Chamber of Shipping and the First World War'.
7th September 2018
Export orders rose last month at the fastest pace since April 2010 - much more than expected, according to a new report. The weaker pound reportedly remained a "key driver" of export growth.
1st August 2017
Robert Carington, who recently joined the UK Chamber as a policy advisor, blogs on how businesses should act now to ensure GDPR compliance - and avoid eye-watering fines
1st September 2017
This week Dover MP Charlie Elphicke published his proposals for Government action to mitigate any difficulties arising from Brexit at the Port of Dover.
28th July 2017
UK Chamber CEO Guy Platten was interviewed by Dan Damon of the BBC World Service recently, where he discussed world trade, the future of the shipping industry and its impact on the environment.
26th July 2017
The UK’s Maritime & Coastguard Agency (MCA) is modernising the way the UK Ship Register operates and a number of new initiatives are in the works that could help the red ensign become more commercial and internationally competitive.
21st July 2017
The Support for Maritime Training (SMarT) scheme has been appraised by a newly published independent review, the findings of which have been welcomed by the UK Chamber of Shipping.
18th July 2017
The UK Chamber of Shipping is partnering with ITN Productions to produce a news and current affairs-style programme exploring the importance of the UK shipping industry, focusing on safety and environmental issues.
15th September 2017
We have again been approached by the Department for Transport to put forward nominations for the 2018 Birthday Honours List to on behalf of the UK shipping industry - here's how you can nominate someone.
17th July 2017
The UK government can't afford to dilly-dally any longer in ordering new naval vessels to protect the world’s merchant fleet, writes Guy Platten, CEO of the UK Chamber.
17th July 2017