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In this issue, Ship2Shore looks at Hutchison Ports’ global Go Green initiative, the readiness of businesses for Brexit and Hutchison Ports Tanzania, which handles more than 75% of the country’s trade.
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First phase of new container storage completed, Galloper Offshore Wind Farm begins O&M base construction at Harwich, Felixstowe Branch Line works on track, Beachwatch 2018, a success, Hutchison Ports agrees MOU for development of Global Shipping Business Network and an additional Containerships service to London Thamesport.
The Port of Felixstowe explores how ready businesses are for a possible No Deal Brexit scenario and the challenges posed by the absence of a customs arrangements.
The new Customs Declaration Service (CDS) will meet the requirements of the Union Customs Code, support growth and provide an integrated information source for businesses says HMRC.
Patrick Verhoeven, Managing Director of the International Association of Ports and Harbors and Coordinator of The World Ports Sustainability Program discusses his work in assisting ports around the world with their sustainable development goals.
—“…with eight other leading port community players, the Port of Felixstowe supports grass roots charities delivering vital services within the community. Such actions with a positive impact need to be shared”