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Post ImageShipping Industry Calls For New Global Carbon Tax

29th April 2021

The global shipping industry is calling for governments to tax its carbon emissions.

Post ImageWhat Is A Free Port?

26th April 2021

The government announced in March that several Free Ports, sometimes called Free Trade Zones, would be opening in the UK

Post ImageNew Containership Orders Reach Six-Year High

16th April 2021

Construction orders for containerships have set new records during March 2021, according to a report in Maritime Executive.

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Post ImageFears Of UK Port Logjams After Suez Canal Blockage

12th April 2021

A giant container ship that become lodged sideways in the Suez Canal has caused delays in global shipping traffic which could reverberate for months.

Post ImageWhere Are All The Shipping Containers?

7th April 2021

A critical shortage of shipping containers has led to a spike in cargo fees, which has sent shockwaves throughout global supply chains.

Post ImageSuez Blockage Holding Up £7 billion Of Goods A Day

27th March 2021

The stranded Ever Given mega-container ship in the Suez Canal is reportedly holding up an estimated £7 billion of goods each day.

Post ImageVirtual Conference Discusses Energy Efficiency In Shipping

24th March 2021

A virtual conference opened on 17 March to explore ways the shipping and maritime industry can help to mitigate the effects of climate change.

Post ImageFreight Connections Prioritised in Government Review

17th March 2021

The government’s interim Union Connectivity Review has acknowledged the need for faster and higher capacity freight connections around the UK.

Post ImageExtend Freeports To More Regions, Government Urged

16th March 2021

The BPA has said the announcement of eight new freeports in last week’s Budget was a welcome move, but it wants to see many more.

Post ImageMoroccan Route May Offer Post-Brexit Solution

10th March 2021

A new direct shipping route between the UK and Morocco has been devised as a means of overcoming the obstacles to the transport of goods to and from Britain following Brexit.

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