TT Talk Edition 93 - 08/01/2007
TT Talk 93 (167 KB)
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The logistics world is fraught with potential risks, and claims are perhaps inevitable. The exposure to such claims can be minimised, however, by maintaining a robust risk mitigation policy. Risk mitigation extends not only to the physical steps taken to improve operational safety and security, but also to ensuring, from the outset, that adequate contractual protections are in place.
With an insurable interest in excess of 50% of the world's tank container fleet, freight transport insurer TT Club has an intimate understanding of the sector. Its latest StopLoss guidance for tank container operators in managing risk in this element of the global supply chain contains valuable advice.
Important information for road hauliers and transport and logistics operators.
Incorporation of Standard Trading Conditions is an 'old chestnut', but remains critically important in supply chain operations. Don't let the 'big picture' deal blind you to such protective 'detail'.