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              Industry Issues

              Industry Issues


              The World Shipping Council's members are working to promote sound environmental stewardship, with a particular focus on reducing vessel air emissions and managing vessel discharges. Learn More


              The World Shipping Council (WSC) supports a consultative approach to enhanced maritime security without impeding the timely flow of legitimate commerce. The WSC works closely with the U.S. government, the European Commission and international organizations to accomplish that goal. Learn More


              International liner shipping is truly a global industry. Ships and their crew travel between ports in many countries so shipping companies take steps to protect public health and safety in the countries they transit.Learn More


              A modern and efficient maritime infrastructure, at sea and on land, is critical to the world's security and economic well- being. Learn More

              Cargo Liability

              The Council has been working as part of the U.S. delegation to the United Nations Commission on International Trade Law (UNCITRAL) to achieve international cargo liability reform through the development of a new convention, which was opened to nations for signature in September 2009. This new international accord now known as the "Rotterdam Rules" will go into effect one year after twenty nations have signed onto it. Learn More

              Containers Lost at Sea


              WSC publishes 2020 update to its carrier survey of containers lost overboard.