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SEAaT, UK Chamber of Shipping in Reciprocal Membership

July 10, 2012

SEAaT (Shipping Emissions Abatement and Trading), the industry association dedicated to shipping emissions abatement and trading, announced today that it has established a reciprocal Associate Membership agreement with the UK Chamber of Shipping.
 
John Aitken, Secretary General, SEAaT, said: "SEAaT has been working closely with the UK Chamber of Shipping for a number of years. We have a close alignment based on our respective organisations' views on reducing emissions to air from shipping. SEAaT is delighted this existing close relationship has been recognised by a more formal agreement and we are sure that this will benefit both organisations.” 
 
Mark Brownrigg, Director General, UK Chamber of Shipping, said: “Given that our two organisations have worked so closely together for many years on a raft of key environmental issues, I very much welcome that we have set this relationship onto a more formal footing. The detailed technical knowledge and experience that SEAaT offers, coupled with our wider industry base, will give us a powerful voice in current and future debates.”



 
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