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Port of Cork faces Covid-19 challenges, retaining normal operations

The Port of Cork, Ireland’s second-largest port, confirmed on 20 March that its freight operations are continuing to operate and that its arrivals schedule...

Rotterdam hopes for positive UK-EU trade deal

After the European Parliament gave its consent to the United Kingdom's (UK) withdrawal agreement, the Britain officially withdrew from the European Union (EU) on...

UK leaves EU – Business preparations

The United Kingdom leaves the European Union on 31 January 2020. After this date there will be a transition period until the end of...

Sustainability overtakes Brexit as top priority for port industry

The British Ports Association (BPA) outlines key priorities for 2020: Sustainability, energy transition, regional growth, connectivity, innovation, safety, people & skills, regulatory review and port ‘impact’...

No-deal scenario begets the risk of British port’s chaos

Chaos at British ports is a "real prospect" if the UK crashes out of the European Union without a deal, a new report has warned. There...

Transport of goods after Brexit

ESC together with other stakeholders are concerned with the possible impact of Brexit on transport of goods between the UK and the EU. In...

BPA comments on the Brexit proposal

The British Ports Association has warned that it could be some time before we know for sure what the final arrangements will mean for...

Hamburg prepares to face Brexit

Senate to focus on "no deal" scenario - 1,000 Hamburg firms trade with Britain The Hamburg Senate has been preparing for Britain’s impending withdrawal from...

“The UK needs a deal, not chartered-in ships”

Responding to reports that Government may charter ships in the event of a No-Deal Brexit, UK Chamber of Shipping CEO Bob Sanguinetti said: “It is...

BREXIT is raising Humber ports hopes

BREXIT has brought hope to the windswept docks of the Humber River, a key goods gateway in northeast England where tens of millions of...
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