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 in deep sea, short sea and river trades.
Tailor-made insurance cover for airfreight companies, freight forwarders, road hauliers, tank and container operators and NVOCs
Our global reach and access to experts means that we can handle your claims quickly and efficiently.
The TT Club has launched a new online services platform to enhance online services and data access for Members and their brokers.
TT Club has been underwriting business globally for over 50 years.
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
Cargo integrity is the adoption of best practice in all aspects of cargo care, through the intermodal supply chain.
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.
Find out how to combat cargo crime and fraud with the latest reports and trends all in one place
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TT's market-leading loss prevention content for the transport and logistics industry is now available to listen to on all major podcast providers.
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The latest transportation and logistics news, press releases and articles from TT Club.
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.
Representing every type of operator and every region of the world, our Board of Directors is drawn from the Club’s membership.
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.
The intermodal transport of bulk liquid and solid cargoes can present operational challenges for all stakeholders in the transport chain.
International clandestine migration has become a persistent threat to the unitised supply chain.
The importance of implementing robust due diligence procedures, incorporating all aspects of your business, cannot be underestimated as key risk mitigation.
Whatever the event, everyone involved wants it to be a success and that the public will enjoy it in safety and comfort.
This document is intended to be a practitioner's good practice guide covering all stakeholders throughout the supply chain.
Health and safety considerations when entering a cargo transport unit (CTU).
The maritime industry's reliance on computers and its increasing interconnectivity within the sector makes it highly vulnerable to cyber incidents.
In order to minimise empty repositioning costs, container operators frequently use reefer containers in a 'non-operating' mode to carry approved dry cargo.
Interchanging chassis in the USA has taken on a new meaning in recent years.
In approaching these requirements it should be remembered that the ISM Code represents only one part of a substantial volume of regulations to which ship operators must adhere.
As with inventory control, matters will not correct themselves, some checks and balances need to be put in place to help reduce the occurrence of theft.