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Stena Forerunner
05 Nov 2018
Leading European ro-ro operators and ports are investing in additional vessel and terminal capacity in anticipation of rising volumes while simultaneously preparing for the potential disruptive effect of the UK leaving the EU
A stock photo of the Lady Justice statue in London
05 Nov 2018
English law and arbitration are believed to remain dominant in maritime dispute resolution.
Varun Chhabria
30 Oct 2018
Experienced risk management executive to spearhead Greenergy’s diversification into marine fuels.
Vehicles on a multi-storey car storage unit
24 Oct 2018
Global trade tariffs – initiated by the United States but followed by retaliatory measures from others – have identified the automotive sector as a prime target.
Petrojarl Varg
22 Oct 2018
Singapore’s Sembcorp Marine has secured a contract from Teekay Offshore to work on floating production storage and offloading unit Petrojarl Varg, which is currently laid up.
Detail of US flag alongside UK flag
21 Oct 2018
UK and US maritime sectors seek to strengthen their relationship in preparation for a new free trade agreement.
19 Oct 2018
The European Union (EU) Committee of the House of Lords heard oral evidence from a panel of five expert witnesses representing the UK Chamber of Shipping, Stena Lines, Holyhead Port, the British Ports Association and British Marine. 
19 Oct 2018
Chief executive officer Christophe Mathieu said on 19 October that he was sounding the alarm urgently on the back of “a worrying downward trend” in family bookings with the company for summer next year.
The Lloyd’s of London building
18 Oct 2018
Standard, the world’s fourth-largest P&I club, announced that it is to cease underwriting at Lloyd’s from 1 January 2019 via its Syndicate 1884.
17 Oct 2018
The IUA published its annual London Company Market Statistics Report, which provides figures for the London market excluding Lloyd’s, reported a rise in the level of marine premium written last year.
London city skyline
16 Oct 2018
Whatever the final outcome of Brexit, international trade and the maritime sector are likely to play increasingly important roles in the UK’s economic future.