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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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22/11/2017
European Shipowners welcome the agreement reached on CO2 Emissions Trading System
 
Intensive negotiations came to an end two weeks ago when the European Parliament, the Council of Ministers and the European Commission reached a provisional agreement on the reform of the emissions trading system, which today was approved by the Member States.
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21/11/2017
UK shipping companies back call to double funds for seafarer training
 
The UK Chamber of Shipping, with backing from 40 shipping companies, has this week written to the Secretary of State for Transport, Chris Grayling, asking the Government to double the amount of funding available for seafarer training as soon as possible. 

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16/11/2017
Prevention at Sea Cleans Up with Another Award for its Oil Record Book Software
 
Prevention at Sea (PaSea) has won more industry recognition for its innovative software development work in the maritime industry, by winning the Tanker Shipping & Trade Award for Technical Innovation.
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16/11/2017
Columbia Marlow Wins Industry Award
 
Columbia Marlow has won the Tanker Shipping & Trade Operational Excellence Award for 2017 for its work in pushing the boundaries in innovation and digitalisation in the global maritime industry.
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