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Read about the risks of transporting bulk grain in containers from bodily injury, to contamination, to damage to the container itself.
TT Club calls for intrusive inspections of import and export freight to counter the risk of invasive pests.
Read more about TT's work in campaigning for more transparent and diligent handling of dangerous goods
TTI Part VII Transfer
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that on 27 May 2021 TT Club Mutual Insurance Limited ('TTI') and UK P&I Club NV ('UKNV') applied to the High Court of Justice of England and Wales pursuant to section 107(1) of the Financial Services and Markets Act 2000 ('FSMA') for:
TT Club promotes important supply chain security information to help the transport and and logistics industry protect itself from cargo theft.
Recent changes to regulations in Russian law now make it possible for forwarders and road hauliers to access full liability cover, similar to that enjoyed by those in the global supply chain. However, most insurance products on the market don't offer comprehensive protection. Executives from Panditrans, TT Club's Network Partner in Russia, have outlined the improved regulatory situation but emphasised the inferiority of the cover available in the market. Valuable risk management advice on temperature controlled and tank container cargoes was also presented at the recent TransRussia trade show in Moscow.
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