The Thomas Miller & Co Shanghai office will be moving on Monday 30 July 2018 to: Unit 808 Cross Tower, 318 Fuzhou Road,Huangpu District, Shanghai 200001 China. Telephone, fax and email details will remain unchanged: Tel: (86) 21 6321 7001Fax: (86) 21 6321 0206
The maritime industry's reliance on computers and its increasing interconnectivity within the sector makes it highly vulnerable to cyber incidents. Cyber poses a threat to all parts of the shipping sector; Cyber risks can be...
Due to severe weather conditions in the New York and New Jersey region, the New Jersey office will be temporary closed on Wednesday 21 March. TT executives are contactable on email or mobile numbers.
Issue 235 of TT Talk covered the IMDG Code and the latest initiatives from the UK P&I Club and TT Club to support training and awareness of the amendments.
The Thomas Miller Group, including all owned and managed businesses will comply with GDPR with effect from the 25th May 2018.
Thomas Miller will be celebrating 40 years in Australia, New Zealand and the Pacific Islands. The Sydney office, which houses TT Club's Australian team, is Thomas Miller’s oldest overseas office.To mark the occasion, the team in Sydney will be hosting a cocktail reception on board the destroyer 'Vampire' at the Australian National Maritime Museum on Thursday 30th November
The Trans- Pacific Asia Conference, held in Shenzhen, China from 10-12 October 2017, is a forum for carriers, freight forwarders and suppliers operating throughout the global supply chain particularly in the Asia Pacific region.
While the cricket season drew sadly to a close in the UK, TT Club in Dubai kept fans and players engaged in the sport they love by hosting the TT Club Indoor Cricket Tournament at the end of September.
The Russian start-up freight forwarder, Deliver (www.deliver.ru) is an innovative online cargo transport operation that is among the first in the country to implement an ‘Uber-style’ mode of service. Through its network Deliver aims to achieve greater convenience for its customers and efficiency for a carrier resource base of more than 59,000 drivers.
This further Guidance Note has been prepared to take into account recent developments and to provide some answers to Members in respect of their position under UAE, Saudi, Qatari and Bahraini law. We focus on these four jurisdictions given that they are at the heart of the current restrictions. It remains unclear as to how long the current transportation restrictions may be in place, or whether their scope may change.