A landmark referendum over the United Kingdom’s membership of the European Union has ended in victory for those in favour of leaving the EU.

For many in shipping, Brexit was unexpected. The Fairplay team is tracking the implications of this milestone decision for the maritime industry within the UK and further afield.



News & Analysis

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
28 Jun 2016
Executives and analysts are painting a generally positive post-Brexit picture for crude and product tanker owners, but are warning of negative implications for the dry bulk and container ship sectors.
Traders and a screen showing the front page of British newspaper Daily Mail
24 Jun 2016
Shares in shipping companies listed in Europe closed sharply lower but near the day’s highs following a plunge after the news that leave had won the British referendum
24 Jun 2016
UK Chamber of Shipping leads the calls for calm as maritime interests across the country face up to the impact of the Brexit referendum result
24 Jun 2016
An overarching view from the IHS Economics and Country Risk team on the impact of the UK referendum result
24 Jun 2016
Given that so many in shipping were firmly behind ‘Remain’, the news this morning that the United Kingdom will leave the European Union has prompted strong reaction. IHS Fairplay will be collecting your views throughout the day.


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