Good housekeeping extends beyond simple cleanliness, this article discusses how good housekeeping controls, reduces or eliminates workplace hazards.
Are electronic bills of lading ready to alleviate inefficiencies in the transport industry? Read more about the perceived benefits and obstacles here
Read more about the clarification of the application of time-bars in relation to deliveries made after discharge from the ship.
TT Talk - Demystifying General Average
Read more about TT Club's latest publication on GA StopLoss, providing general advice and a straightforward overview of the topic.
An important case clarifying that acts or defaults in exercising due diligence may give rise to 'unseaworthiness' and the consequences of falling on the wrong side of the boundary, including in relation to general average
TT Talk - Legal eagle: not a bill of lading
Read about an interesting case in Singapore that investigates the relationship between contracts of sale and contracts of carriage
TT Talk - Legal eagle: shopping for more
An interesting case displaying the potential financial disparity between jurisdictions
TT Talk - Legal eagle: the power of choice
The importance and impact of careful drafting of contracts is exemplified in this UK Supreme Court decision. While the ruling brings clarity to English law, it represents congruence with other jurisdictions. It is most prudent to be deliberate in documenting law and jurisdiction choices in contracts.
The target of 50% of all bills of lading to be electronic within the next decade has been set by the Digital Container Shipping Association (DCSA) in an announcement made last week. The international freight transport insurer, TT Club welcomes the commitment by the group of container shipping lines that together operate nearly 70% of the world's capacity.
Find out more about the practice of using Forwarder's Cargo Receipts in conjunction with bills of lading in China.
Transport and logistics insurer, TT Club, provides valuable advice on the types of shippers and who should be named on the bill of lading.