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How many of you have had your credit card stolen or cloned and then found purchases on your credit card that were not yours? Unfortunately it is a common occurrence worldwide. The Nielson Report estimated that payment card fraud globally reached US$14 billion in 2014.

TT Club’s Peregrine Storrs-Fox outlines the responsibilities of those engaged in container transport to prepare effectively the amendment to SOLAS (the Convention for Safety of Life at Sea) which becomes mandatory on 1st July next year.

TT Club is an insurer which specialises in the international freight sector.  Here Peregrine Storrs-Fox, the Risk Management Director explores recent findings of his organisation’s on-going analysis of claims from supply chain service providers.

TT Club’s recently appointed Regional Director for EMEA, Kevin King makes the point that if safety and security in the container supply chain are to be maintained then all parties must act with the utmost good faith in operating within best practice standards and communicating accurate information

TT Club welcomes the initiative of the World Shipping Council (WSC) in its recent publication of guidelines to the industry in relation to implementing the SOLAS requirements that become mandatory on 1 July 2016.London 9 July 2015

TT Club’s Risk Management Director, Peregrine Storrs-Fox poses the question and highlights why the correct answer is so important.

Speaking at the TOC Container Supply Chain Conference in Rotterdam last week, freight insurance specialist TT Club’s Kevin King called for all parties to take responsibility for minimising the risks inherent in container freight transportation.

Have you felt nervous driving next to a truck on a bend or roundabout? Your apprehension could well be justified. There are too many incidents where trucks, especially those carrying containers, overturn when cornering and discharge unwanted gifts on adjacent vehicles. Unfortunately fatalities often result. Never…never drive next to a truck on a roundabout!!!

Speaking at the Trans Middle East Conference in Doha, Qatar last month, Julien Horn, TT Club’s Middle East Regional Executive and Director of TTMS (Gulf), the Network Partner based in Dubai, lay particular emphasis on the role human error plays in creating damaging incidents at cargo handling terminals and other facilities. 

TT Club’s Andrew Huxley puts things into perspective and assesses how last November’s deliberations by the IMO’s Maritime Safety Committee will advance the cause of container safety at sea

Through Transport Mutual Insurance Association Limited and TT Club Mutual Insurance Limited, trading as the TT Club. TT Club Mutual Insurance Limited, registered in the UK (Company number: 02657093) is authorised by the Prudential Regulation Authority and regulated in the UK by the Financial Conduct Authority and Prudential Regulation Authority. In Hong Kong, TT Club Mutual Insurance Limited is authorised and regulated by the Hong Kong Insurance Authority, in Singapore by the Monetary Authority of Singapore and in Australia by the Australian Prudential Regulation Authority. In the United States, TT Club Mutual Insurance Limited is approved as a surplus lines insurer in all states and is accessible through properly licensed surplus lines brokers. The registered offices are: 90 Fenchurch Street, London, EC3M 4ST.

Through Transport Mutual Insurance Association Limited, registered in Bermuda (Company number: 1750) is authorised and regulated in Bermuda by the Bermuda Monetary Authority. 

The UK VAT Identification number for Through Transport Mutual Insurance Association Limited is: GB 564 5244 35 and for TT Club Mutual Insurance Limited is: GB 564 3375 30. The Italian VAT Identification number for TT Club Mutual Ltd is: 03627210101.

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