TT Club has been shortlisted for the Safety4Sea Europort Initiative Award 2019
TT Club is proud to be nominated for the Safety4Sea Europort Initiative Award.
TT Club has been nominated for its commitment to increasing awareness and improving standards for cargo integrity through its #Fit4Freight campaign. The Cargo Integrity Cargo campaign aims to promote best practice in transporting hazardous cargo across the entire supply chain through industry collaboration.
The Safety4Sea Initiative Award is given to an organisation or association that has sparked, realised, or significantly contributed in any initiative fostering safer and sustainability shipping.
The winners are chosen by public vote, the results of which will be announced at the Safety4Sea Europort Conference in Rotterdam on 6th November 2019.
You can vote for TT Club by following this link. Voting will be open until Monday 30th September 2019.
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