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Maritime minister hails port’s green credentials

Maritime Minister Nusrat Ghani has hailed the Port of Blyth as one of the leading lights in the British maritime industry’s push for a greener, cleaner future.
16 January 2020
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Government announces measures on regional connectivity

The government has announced additional measures to support and enhance regional connectivity across the UK, to ensure all corners of the country drive the economy.

15 January 2020
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New rail destination from the Port of Felixstowe

A new daily rail service has been introduced at Hutchison Ports Port of Felixstowe. The new connection runs to Maritime Transport’s newly opened East Midlands Gateway.

09 January 2020
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Celebrating women who are transforming the Transport & Logistics industry

The 2020 everywoman in Transport & Logistics Awards, launched to celebrate inspirational women reshaping the industry, is now open for nominations until 10 February.
08 January 2020
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Time is running out to secure your fast-track to Brexit customs compliance

There is just over a week left for you to apply for the government’s free grants if your business completes customs declarations. 
08 January 2020
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Get informed: The 2020 Brexit timeline

CILT has put together a timeline of key Brexit milestones in 2020.
08 January 2020
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Volunteers wanted to support the development of CILT membership

CILT is looking for volunteers to assist in analysing future developments of CILT’s membership strategy.
08 January 2020
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P&O Ferries launches hidden disability sunflower lanyard scheme

P&O Ferries has announced the launch of the hidden disability sunflower lanyard scheme across its North Sea routes.

06 January 2020
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Message to members: CILT reacts to General Election results

Whichever way you voted the news that the long term political deadlock has been broken is a positive. 
18 December 2019
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Shipping sector proposes $5bn R&D board to cut emissions

The global maritime transport industry has submitted a proposal to form the world’s first collaborative shipping R&D programme to help eliminate CO2 emissions from international shipping.
18 December 2019
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