The Chamber of Shipping is the trade association for UK-based shipowners and shipmanagers, working to promote and protect the interests of its members both nationally and internationally.
With 137 members and associate members, the Chamber represents over 898 ships of about 23 million gross tonnes and is recognised as the voice of the UK shipping industry.
The Chamber works with the Government, Parliament, international organisations, unions and the general public on behalf of the sectors that make up the shipping industry to ensure that the UK continues to be a global centre for shipping business - with world-class standards and an internationally competitive and consistent fiscal and policy environment.
Tim Springett, Head of Employment and Legal at the UK Chamber of Shipping, responds to recent media reports on seafarer pay.
Today the Chamber of Shipping, the UK shipping sector’s trade association, has responded warmly to the Committee on Climate Change’s report on carbon emission budgets.
The Chamber of Shipping has today launched guidelines to assist shipping companies in the development of anti-corruption policies, with particular emphasis on the problem of facilitation payments.
British Chamber of Shipping: President and Vice-President announced and Annual Review 2011-2012 launched
Helen Deeble (Chief Executive of P&O Ferries) and Kenneth MacLeod (Chairman of Stena Line (UK)) were today elected President and Vice President of the Chamber of Shipping at its Annual General Meeting.
Chamber of Shipping invited to join Labour policy review