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The next version of the International Maritime Dangerous Goods Code (IMDG code), being Amendment 41-22, will shortly enter mandatory application.
TT has been seeking over decades to deliver on its inherent mission to be at the heart of the global transport and logistics industry
Security is key for container terminals and ports generally. The threat horizon is vast, incorporating cargo theft, illicit trades, alongside operational safety and the prevention of terrorist attacks. Inevitably, account is needed of both land and water interfaces.
Read about the risks associated with clandestine migration around the world and the impact on the freight supply chain.
This article looks at freight crime in its simplest form
Wildlife crime is a topic that remains a critical threat to biodiversity, local and national economies, national and international security, and global health.
TT Club and TAPA EMEA launch their 'Young Supply Chain Resilience Professional of the Year' award.
TT Club is supporting NaVCIS Freight and its aim of obtaining increased public funding to combat freight crime
This new edition of TT Club's Supply Chain Security Bulletin highlights a series of risk trends, in particular cargo theft.
Read more about how transport and logistics insurer, TT Club, advises on container theft in the global supply chain
Amid a number of recent fire incidents affecting container transport, ro-ro ships and air cargo movements allegedly involving lithium batteries, international freight transport insurer TT Club is calling for increased vigilance to ensure a secure safety environment for the fast-developing supply chains of this increasingly common component.
Current geopolitical tensions have inevitably raised the stakes in general perception around security, as well as, tragically, huge displacement of the population of Ukraine. The sobering reality from experience is that criminals are quick to change their methods, exploit difficult situations and cause further human degradation.