• Coronavirus
    Coronavirus guidance

    Up-to-date support, information and intelligence for our members and the wider shipping community

  • Environmental Resolution
    Environmental Resolution

    The UK Chamber of Shipping and its members are committed to continuously reduce shipping’s footprint on the environment and protect it for present and future generations. 

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    UK Chamber of Shipping announces Sarah Treseder as its new Chief Executive

    The UK Chamber of Shipping is delighted to confirm Sarah Treseder as its next Chief Executive, replacing Bob Sanguinetti.

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    Practical Guidance for Shipping companies on Improving mental wellbeing

    The UK Chamber of Shipping has launched a new Practical Guidance for Shipping Companies on Improving Mental Health.

    New guidance provides details of what shipping companies can do to help employees both at sea and ashore.

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    Industry comes together to develop new COVID-19 Framework for cruise operators

    The UK Chamber of Shipping, the trade association for the UK shipping industry, has worked closely with the cruise industry for over six months developing new Framework documents for cruise ship operators to implement new measures with enhanced public health protection.

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    2021 Journal

    The UK Chamber of Shipping is delighted to launch our 2021 Journal.

    It has been a remarkable year for the shipping industry and the Journal looks back on everything the Chamber has achieved, but also looks ahead to the opportunities for us and the wider sector. In the Journal you can read the thoughts of our President John Denholm, the reflections of CEO Bob Sanguinetti and the view of the government with an article from the Shipping Minister Robert Courts, as well as many more pieces from the whole team.

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    Action today, not tomorrow

    International shipping is committed to reducing its emissions, that is clear. In the last few months, around the world, we have seen differing views on how we get there. But on Tuesday the UK government, for the first time, included shipping emissions in their next Carbon Budget, which covers the amount of greenhouse gases the country can emit between 2033 and 2037.

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    UK Chamber of Shipping launches ferry guidance document to ensure passengers remain safe during COVID-19

    The UK Chamber of Shipping has today launched its new information and guidance document for UK passenger ferry operations during COVID-19. Members can access the document here 

    The document, which is available to all UK Chamber of Shipping members, has been developed in consultation with industry partners and members of the Chamber. 

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  • Recent news

  • It has been another busy week in Westminster ahead of MPs and Lords heading off for their summer break. The ‘pingdemic’ has dominated the news agenda this week. Yesterday we joined forces with other leading industries in the Daily Mail and called on the government to exempt those in critical sectors who have been double vaccinated to avoid isolation.

  • A new report published by the Department for International Trade sets out how free and fair trade can support the low carbon transition and calls on UK to challenge green protectionism.

  • Domestic cruise in the UK returned early in the year. Now the UK Chamber of Shipping is calling on the Government to allow international cruise to restart as well.

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