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As part of its member benefits, British Marine offers additional content and detailed insights on a range of issues relevant to the industry.

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Updated 16/02/21 with new funding for customs training, guidance on importing and exporting, and further information on the sizing of the new UKCA mark

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Find Out More About the Department for International Trade’s Internationalisation Fund Ahead of METSTRADE

23 Sep 2021

The fund is available to SME businesses in England which have high international growth potential and a product or service suitable for international trade.

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MICs - What Does Brexit Have to Do With It

23 Sep 2021

Whilst the acceptance of the CE mark has been extended, we must not forget that the regulations for recreational craft have changed as well as many of the obligations on importing European craft into the UK have still changed.

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Selling CE marked products into the EU? New rules come into force on 16 July

12 Jul 2021

British Marine wants to ensure that all UK exporters to the EU are aware that the EU Regulation on Market Surveillance and Compliance of Products (2019/1020) will apply from 16 July 2021.

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Rescheduled: Join the Motorsport Industry Association (MIA) conference – FREE for British Marine members

21 Jun 2021

On 13 July from 14:00-16:00, British Marine and the MIA will bring our two communities together, online via the Zoom Platform, to share an update on the programme so far and also talk through the energy-efficient and technical solutions that are still required by the marine sector.

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The MCA releases guidance on becoming a UK Approved Body for Marine Equipment

10 Jun 2021

Following the UK’s exit from the EU, currently there is a transition period where the UK will stop using the Marine Equipment Directive (MED) and the Shipwheel Mark.