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ANNUAL REVIEW 2012-2013 UK CHAMBER OF SHIPPING


This is designed to provide practical assistance to newly qualified officers who are unsure how to set about the job-finding process.


SEPTEMBER London International Shipping Week. From 9-13 September, with strong involvement of Maritime UK, London to host a high level conference and convention events for leaders across all sectors of the international shipping community. At the heart of this week will be the one-day LISW


Conference, held in the City of London, where industry leaders and government speakers will focus on key issues.


OCTOBER


Comité Maritime International Symposium in Dublin to commence a comprehensive review of York- Antwerp Rules


on the law of General Average.


NOVEMBER United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) Conference of Parties, Warsaw.


UK Chamber to hold a reception for MSPs and members at the Scottish Parliament in Holyrood, Edinburgh.


Safety Awareness competition awards ceremony – UK Chamber of Shipping presents three awards to cadets whose project entries offered the best contribution for potential improvements in safety at sea.


FEBRUARY UK Chamber to host its Annual Dinner in London – one of the biggest networking events for the UK shipping industry.


MARCH


Elections for the new UK Chamber President and Vice President take place at the Annual General


meeting in 30


Park Street and are then publicly announced.


ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS l B9 Shipping l BMT Group l BP Shipping l CMA CGM l Condor Ferries l Cunard Line l European Union l Evergreen Marine (UK) Ltd l Fred Olsen Cruise Line l Graig Group lMaersk lMinistry of Defence l Northern


Lighthouse Board l North of England P&I Association Ltd l P&O Cruises l P&O Ferries l Rio Tinto l Saga Group Ltd l Stena l Union Transport Group


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