British Ports Association: 2019 will be about more than just Brexit

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British Ports Association: 2019 will be about more than just Brexit

BPA Chief Executive Richard Ballantyne outlines the Association’s key priorities for 2019.

The BPA is looking at challenges and opportunities facing UK ports beyond Brexit this year, although potential new border controls, changes to environmental and regulatory rules and a new fisheries policy remain as major themes for the industry in 2019. Whilst Brexit has often seemed all-consuming, the BPA is keen to focus on port sector promotion, increased public transport investment, planning/consenting improvements and issues around people and safety which will all be priorities for all ports across the UK. Working in partnership with the Westminster and devolved administrations will continue to be a feature this year

Read the full article on the BPA website here

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