TT's loss prevention podcast
We endeavour to create loss prevention resources that are accessible for all. Understanding that many supply chain stakeholders, be they packers, hauliers or shippers, may have little time to sit down with a guide we've created a podcast to ensure that industry-leading loss prevention guidance is available on the go.
TT Live is available on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Castbox and many more. Simply search for "TT Live" where you would usually listen to your podcasts.
Alternatively, here you will find all the episodes we've created so far.
Series 2 - Supply chain security
Series 1 - Contractual challenges
Find out more about how a lack of understanding of the difference between liability insurance and cargo insurance can cause contractual challenges
Hear about the risks to transport and logistics operators when conducting business in unfamiliar jurisdictions
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Brexit: guidance for ports and terminals
While not responsible for the arrangement of cross border freight, ports and terminals in both Great Britain (GB) and the European Union (EU) are critical nodes in the international supply chain. Handling the freight at the point of export or import and in some cases becoming the border control post (BCP). The three-phase model to import changes adopted in GB means that while some changes took affect from 1 January 2021, the full range of changes will not come into force until 1 July 2021.
Brexit: an overview
As we approach the end of the Brexit transition period on 31 December 2020, there are a number of changes that will affect the import and export of goods to and from the European Union (EU). These changes will inevitably have an impact on the operations of stakeholders in the supply chain, whether you are a driver, a haulage company, a freight forwarder, a customs intermediary or a port operator.