Reporting Formalities need harmonisation

The European Parliament's draft report on the revision of the Directive on Reporting Formalities reaches out to shipping companies but does not succeed in addressing serious administrative burdens.

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08. October 2018

News

Good start on CETA

New calculations indicate that last year's trade agreement between the EU and Canada, the CETA agreement, has…

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27. July 2018

News

Nigerian anti-corruption project improves port calls

An anti-corruption project aiming for port calls without demands for in-kinds payments, harassment, or the…

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14. June 2018

Commentary

Denmark must take lead on Reporting Formalities

Denmark needs to speak with a strong voice in the upcoming political negotiations on the Reporting…

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01. June 2018

News

Niels Smedegaard new Chairman of Danish Shipping

At Danish Shipping’s recently held General Assembly, Niels Smedegaard was elected the new Chairman succeeding…

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28. May 2018

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Compensation for Hazardous and Noxious Cargoes a step closer

Denmark has presented its plan to ratify the 2010 International Convention on Liability and Compensation for…

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18. May 2018

News

Improved reporting formalities are crucial

Administrative burdens must be removed and reporting formalities on port calls must be digitized. An…

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Publikationer

22. June 2018

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