The UK Chamber held its hugely successful Safety Culture Forum onboard Saga Cruises' vessel Saga Pearl II, which sailed from Greenock to Southampton. Here are photos from the weekend.
29th September 2017
Matthew Wright, who recently joined the UK Chamber as Brexit policy advisor, says the speech made the right noises but the Government must follow through
26th September 2017
Businesses in Scotland that contribute to the Apprenticeship Levy can now apply for a grant of up to £10,000 to up-skill and re-skill their existing workforce.
20th September 2017
The UK Chamber of Shipping and Merchant Navy Training Board have today launched a broadcast quality advert as part of the Careers At Sea campaign.
18th September 2017
Major shipping industry figures from both home and abroad met with ministers in Downing Street on Monday to discuss how the government might better support the UK's maritime industry.
12th September 2017
The UK’s shipping minister, John Hayes CBE MP, has said encouraging more women into seafaring careers will help the country improve its skills base, especially as shipping becomes more advanced technologically.
12th September 2017
Hurricane Irma has sent shipping into disarray, particularly for cruise passengers as many ships have been diverted. But how do vessels avoid hurricanes?
19th September 2017
The UK Chamber of Shipping's Communications Manager, Holly Birkett, joined broadcaster Dan Damon for an hour-long programme on the BBC World Service on Friday.
31st August 2017
The Ernst & Young study also praised the UK’s maritime clusters and recommended that a promotional body like Maritime UK should be created in Greece
29th August 2017
The Royal Navy’s new flagship HMS Queen Elizabeth berthed in her home port of Portsmouth on Wednesday morning and was greeted by Prime Minister Theresa May, who hailed the aircraft carrier as a symbol of the UK’s maritime might.
16th August 2017
The UK Chamber of Shipping has welcomed proposals for customs arrangements that could be implemented after the UK’s departure from the European Union.
15th August 2017
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