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London underwriters have lost a lot of business since the UK exited the EU.
Danish consultancy Sea-Intelligence has analysed the changes in deepsea container port calls and the number of deepsea services in the UK in the first quarter of this year, post-Brexit, comparing the numbers to Q1 2019, the last normal, non-pandemic first quarter.
Danish shipping line to run daily service to French port from Rosslare.
The European Maritime Safety Agency (EMSA) is a European Union agency charged with reducing the risk of maritime accidents, marine pollution from ships and the loss of human lives at sea by helping to enforce the pertinent EU legislation. It is headquartered in Lisbon.
EMSA’s mission is to serve EU maritime interests for a safe, secure, green and competitive maritime sector and act as a reliable and respected point of reference in the maritime sector in Europe and worldwide.
British lorries that do not have proper documentation will not be able to reach France after a no-deal Brexit because shipping companies will not allow them to board their ships in Dover.
Companies are leaving Britain’s shipping registry due to uncertainty over Britain’s departure from the European Union and future commercial arrangements with the bloc, industry officials say.
A large number of our readers have asked us to factcheck a list of claims about the Lisbon Treaty, or “what will actually happen if we stay in the EU”, which has gone viral on social media.
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Details of how UK seafarer certificates may be recognised within Europe in the event of a 'no deal' Brexit are expected to be provided within a series of documents being published by the government.
The Irish shipping industry has seen a marked increase in business as companies bypass British ports amid Brexit fears.
P&O’s decision to ditch the British flag shows the decline of our rich seafaring tradition.