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Members of the Standard Club are supported by over 200 staff located in offices in the major shipping centres.

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Web Alert: Maritime UK sets out Brexit priorities for maritime industry28 September, 2016Maritime UK has prepared a document setting out its priorities during Britain’s EU exit negotiations and future trade deals.
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Web Alert: Egypt - Follow up developments on the import of wheat affected by Ergot Fungus22 September, 2016According to information released on a number of Egyptian newspapers and on the Egyptian media, on 21 September 2016 the Egyptian Cabinet reinstated the Egyptian Standard Specifications (2010) on all wheat shipments.
Web Alert: Safety concerns during lifeboat drills22 September, 2016The club is aware of a significant number of lifeboat related incidents leading to death and personal injuries over the past few years. Following a recent incident during routine drills (September 2016) which resulted in one fatality on board a cruise ship, renewed attention has been given by the shipping industry to safety consideration issues during lifeboat drills.
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