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Subject:eMAR News - 03/11/2014

European Shipping Week gets support from the European Parliament
The aim of the initiative, namely to bring together the leading members of the shipping industry of the EU and give them an opportunity to meet, debate and share experiences is welcomed by the European Parliament. Inviting the members of the EU policymaking bodies and presenting to them the practical side of the shipping industry can only lead to a better mutual understanding and contribute to the promotion and competitiveness of European maritime transport"

Importance of VDR Data Undermined
Failure to preserve Voyage Data Recorder (VDR) data in the event of an incident can compromise the owner’s position in the event of a claim, according to the London P&I Club.

Survey: Most shippers happy with EU’s new e-customs system
Most shippers are happy with the European Union’s new electronic customs system, which aims to replace paper customs procedures to facilitate trade and enhance security at the EU’s external borders, this despite potentially higher costs and possibly more enquiries and audits, according to a new survey.

Shipping players agree sustainability aims
Consensus and consistency around core elements of sustainable business practice is essential,' says Sustainable Shipping Initiative.

World’s First Reliable Standardised Digital Bill of Lading Under Development
Soon, Dutch companies will be the first in the world to be able to sign for goods via mobile phone. Consigners Organisation EVO, Transport en Logistiek Nederland (TLN, Transport and Logistics Netherlands) and the Nederlandsch Binnenvaartbureau (NBB, Dutch Inland Shipping Bureau) hereby put the logistical infrastructure of our country one step ahead to that of other countries, resulting in significant savings for numerous businesses.

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