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15/01/2018
Entries open for 30th edition of Seatrade Awards
 
Entries are now invited for the 30th edition of the Seatrade Awards – the longest running and most respected awards of its kind – which take place on 29 June 2018 at The Landmark London hotel and will be attended by more than 300 of the maritime industry’s most powerful influencers.
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11/01/2018
British Ports Association Welcomes Government’s Environment Plan
 
The U.K. government has published its 25 Year Environment Plan setting out how it will improve the environment over a generation by creating richer habitats for wildlife, improving air and water quality and curbing the amount of plastic in the world’s oceans.
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11/01/2018
UK port leads flood prevention work
 
Work on a GB£600,000 flood prevention scheme to protect local communities is being carried out by Port of Blyth.
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11/01/2018
China cuts emissions with automation
 
Shanghai Yangshan Port’s new fully automated terminal aims to cut energy consumption by 70% while cutting emissions to zero.
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07/12/2017
GLEC EU Plenary meeting in Amsterdam: FEPORT engages in a constructive strategy review with other parties of the supply chain.
 
As previously communicated, APM Terminals, Contship Italia, EUROGATE, HHLA, Hutchison Ports and PSA have agreed on a first revision to the EEEG Guidelines[2]. The revision of the guidelines took place in cooperation with FEPORT’s Environment, Safety and Security Committee.
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04/12/2017
A complete success for the 5th Sustainable Ocean Summit
 
The 5th edition of the Sustainable Ocean Summit just ended in Halifax, Canada.
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04/12/2017
Minimising the environmental footprint of ferries
 
A new hull design aims to lower resistance, total propulsion energy demand and CO2 production.
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30/11/2017
Clarkson reports cyber attack
 
Clarkson PLC confirms that it was subject to a cybersecurity incident which involved unauthorised access to the Company’s computer systems.
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30/11/2017
Signing of the Cyprus Collective Bargaining Agreement for Seafarers

 
The Cyprus Shipowners Employers' Association (CYSEA), together with the two Cyprus seafarers trade unions, “SEK” and “PEO”, signed the renewal of the Cyprus Collective Bargaining Agreement for Seafarers employed on Cyprus flag ships at a ceremony held on 29 November 2017, in Limassol.
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22/11/2017
Shipping Must be Economically Sustainable if it is to Deliver on Environmental Sustainability, ICS tells OECD
 
Addressing government trade negotiators in the OECD Working Party on Shipbuilding at a workshop on 'green growth' in Paris today, the International Chamber of Shipping (ICS) asserted that the shipping industry could only be environmentally sustainable if it is economically sustainable too.
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