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UK shortsea capacity grows ahead of Brexit

Risk and uncertainty shroud the UK shortsea market, as a potential no-deal exit from the European Union remains a possibility. Despite this, the market grew by 4% in 2018

Even short delays for customs clearances could have a major impact on shortsea shipping, forcing importers and exporters to consider alternative routes

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