This bulletin considers all aspects of supply chain security, highlighting TT Club claims statistics along with a range of other industry data.
TT Club draws attention to the critical question of who is initially responsible for the state in which cargo is shipped.
This is the first in a series of ‘Risk Bytes’ which TT is providing to its membership and those in the global supply chain.
Risk Bytes | Good neighbour agreements
This Risk Byte provides a snapshot of the risks associated with so-called ‘good neighbour’ agreements and why you and the neighbour you share resources with must have adequate insurance in place*.
TT Talk - transport of plastic pellets
Focus in maritime transport has been turned towards the safe transport of microplastic pellets following well-publicised incidents.
TT Talk - Legal eagle: Buchanan confirmed
An interesting challenge to established English law relating to responsibility under CMR for excise duty where goods are lost or stolen.
TT Talk - Alert to customs representation
Recent years, not least consequent on Brexit, have seen greater opportunities for logistics operators to provide customs related services to their customers.
TT Talk - Value safety
Read more to find out the importance of safety culture in the transport and logistics industry and the steps needed to mitigate risk, reduce accidents, empower your workforce and improve efficiency
TT Talk - Developing a safety culture
When it comes to safety, simply complying with regulation is often not enough
TT has been seeking over decades to deliver on its inherent mission to be at the heart of the global transport and logistics industry