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Interferry GHG data survey bids for fair application of IMO proposals

2020-11-24T17:00:28+00:00November 24th, 2020|Categories: Interferry, Interferry News, News Release, Regulatory|

Global trade association Interferry is conducting a major energy efficiency data survey among members to ensure that existing ferries can comply with short-term greenhouse gas emissions measures agreed in principle at last week’s meeting of the IMO’s Marine Environment Protection Committee. Subject to final approval at next June’s MEPC meeting, by 2023 existing ships must [...]

Interferry names new Chair and board member

2020-10-29T14:30:33+00:00October 29th, 2020|Categories: Interferry, Interferry Board, Interferry News, News Release|

Interferry, the trade association representing the worldwide ferry industry, has announced Brittany Ferries CEO Christophe Mathieu as the new Chair of its board of directors. He was elected at the association’s annual general meeting on October 27 – held virtually due to COVID-19 travel restrictions – in succession to John Steen-Mikkelsen, former CEO of Denmark’s [...]

Interferry welcomes easing of travel restrictions in advance of summer travel

2020-05-15T16:42:23+00:00May 15th, 2020|Categories: Ferry Business, Interferry, Interferry News, News Release, Regulatory, Safety|

European Commission issues guidance on relaunching of transportation links Trade association Interferry welcomes the European Commission’s guidance on the gradual relaxation of travel restrictions during the COVID-19 pandemic and relaunching of transportation links that will go into effect in advance of this summer’s travel and tourism season. Earlier, Interferry had issued its own ‘best practice’ [...]

Ferry industry calls for COVID-19 government financial assistance

2020-05-15T16:42:56+00:00March 26th, 2020|Categories: Ferry Business, Interferry, Interferry News, News Release|

Victoria, Canada, 26 March 2020: Global trade body Interferry warns that ferry operators need government backing to offset unsustainable losses incurred – expected to be in the billions of dollars – while maintaining lifeline services during COVID-19 pandemic Trade association Interferry, on behalf of its members, is calling for all levels of government across the [...]

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