May 30, 2017

Bank Holiday-style traffic queues to become the norm around Britain’s ports?

Bank Holiday-style traffic queues could become an everyday occurrence around Britain’s ports and airports after Brexit unless the government prioritises the needs of freight and logistics […]
May 30, 2017

Global Shipping Regulations for a Level Playing Field

The relationship between global shipping regulation, through  International Maritime Organization (IMO), and regional implementation can be strong and very effective This was the message from IMO […]
May 24, 2017

EU Commission widens scope of the General Block Exemption Regulation – FAQ

State aid: Commission widens scope of the General Block Exemption Regulation – frequently asked questions The EU Treaty gives the European Commission the task of enforcing […]
May 24, 2017

European shipping – the enabler of free movement after Brexit

The shipping community embodies a fundamental acquis of the EU: Free movement of goods and persons. ECSA believes that the current operating climate should be preserved […]