The British Ports Association's Chief Executive outlines what the agenda for UK ports will look like during 2021
Tuesday, 05 January 2021 12:28

mv FENJA at Tyne Dock 2019  Photo Credit Ian Richardson smThe British Ports Association (BPA), which represents 86% of UK port freight activities around the UK, sees the UK's new trading relationship with the EU bedding in and the mass roll-out of the coronavirus vaccine beginning. Howeve,r UK ports might well be looking at a different policy agenda by the end of the year. A sustainable growth agenda and promoting the value of ports and their varied activities will be at the heart of the Association's work over the next 12 months.


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