For businesses transporting goods around the world, TT Club provides the transport and logistics cover you need.
Tailored insurance for airfreight terminals, bulk handling terminals, storage depots and warehouses and marine and river terminals.
Cargo insurance for small to medium-sized shippers of cargo internationally by all modes of transport
TT Club's tailored insurance covers traditional liability risks as well as commercial and environmental risks faced by all ports and terminals.
TT Club container insurance for ship operators offers a comprehensive package of liability and equipment cover to ship owners, charterers and combined transport operators.
Transport & Logistics insurance, is tailor-made insurance cover for airfreight companies, freight forwarders, road hauliers, tank and container operators and NVOCs.
TT Club is a leader in transport and logistics insurance claims management
The TT Club has launched a new online services platform to enhance online services and data access for Members and their brokers.
We are leading transport specialists with experience underwriting ship operator, port and terminal and transport operator cover products.
Tailored insurance for bulk grain handling terminals.
TT Club's Risk Management team is committed to the ongoing development of advice and information to make the global transport and logistics industry safer and more secure.
A balanced resource for stakeholders in the supply chain, collating available information, providing answers and guidance to aid a smooth transition into 2021
TT Club has been closely involved in the industry debate concerning the correct declaration of the weight of packed containers
Guidance and key information for Members during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Understand and mitigate the risks around the storage, transportation and handling of bulk grain
This page collates updates, publications and other material relevant to the current crisis in Ukraine
Security risk is constantly evolving, demanding ever greater focus
Stay on top of all the risks involved with managing a storage warehouse, from flooding to fire, to theft and abandonment of cargo.
Find all of the latest transport and logistics news and resources as provided by the TT Club
Find out about upcoming events and catch past webinar recordings
Browse TT Club publications including the StopLoss series, industry reports and risk management guides.
TT's market-leading loss prevention content for the transport and logistics industry is now available to listen to on all major podcast providers.
Watch TT Club interviews and safety animation videos.
The latest transportation and logistics news, press releases and articles from TT Club.
This document contains the complete standard wordings offered by the TT Club to its different categories of Member: Transport and Logisitics Operators, Cargo Handling Facilities, Landlord, UK and North American Port Authorities, Ship and Small Vessel Operators and Container Lessors.
We have single-mindedly served the international transport and logistics community since 1968, evolving alongside the industry to provide the highest quality comprehensive cover.
TT Club is managed by Thomas Miller and participates wholly in its "Be The Difference" CSR program.
In 2018, a total of 261 interviews were conducted across the regions via the online survey and the results are the highest scores the Club has ever received.
TT Club was formed with the principle purpose of providing shipowners with insurance protection for damage to the containers on both land and sea.
TT Club's commitment to maintaining its marketing-leading service to Members now that the UK has left the EU.
Representing every type of operator and every region of the world, our Board of Directors is drawn from the Club's membership.
This article looks at the Yangtze River ban relating to the transport of dangerous goods
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.