The world's leading transport and logistics insurer.
TT Club was founded in 1968, and has since grown to over 130 employees worldwide in over 20 offices.
Unlike general insurers, TT Club is a specialist in the field. TT stands for ‘Through Transport’, reflecting the door-to-door nature of the risks we cover. ‘Club denotes our mutual status, with membership belonging to our Members rather than shareholders.
Leaders in loss preventionView all
This first instance judgment in relation to a charterparty dispute has the potential to spawn a range of liability exposures that could reverberate through the complex network of supply chain contracts. Most particularly the reasoning may expose ports and terminals in non-liner trades.
TT Talk - Crane collisions & allisions
Whether for bulk handling or container operations, the quayside crane is critical for performing ship to shore services. This vital tool is also vulnerable to significant damage when impacted by a ship during berthing. While relatively low frequency, such incidents carry high consequence in direct damage, business disruption and potential for injury.
Analysis of TT Club's claims experience continues to highlight the vulnerability of quay cranes, other handling equipment and containers to major weather related incidents at marine terminals. Despite the large mass, it is not uncommon for these cranes to be blown along the crane rails, potentially into other equipment or toppling over, giving rise to extensive damage.
20+ offices worldwide
TT Club's leadership means that we insure 80% of all maritime containers and have an insurable interest in over 46% of the world's top 100 ports. We also insure some of the largest freight forwarders and logistics operators, as well as hundreds of smaller operators.
Our CSR initiativesView all
TT Club is managed by Thomas Miller and participates wholly in its "Be The Difference" CSR program.
Business on the move
Business on the Move introduces its players to the exciting world of logistics and the global supply chain. TT Club has supported the game from its early stages as an engaging means of increasing awareness of how the supply chain supports the world as we know it.
TT Club Innovation in Safety Award
The Innovation in Safety award was set up to celebrate safety innovation in the global freight supply chain. Award entrants are required to show that a product, idea, solution, process, scheme or other innovation has resulted in a demonstrable improvement to safety.
The TT Club has sponsored this award since its inception in 1998 in recognition of operational excellence in the logistics field. It seeks to encourage the development of quality training in the industry and to reward young talent with additional valuable training opportunities and enhanced visibility.
Be the difference - an environment consistent with our ambition.
The Corporate Plan sets a bold vision, defines our objectives and provides a well-developed strategy to help ensure we succeed. However it is our people who will determine the level of that success.