The TT Club addresses this issue in great detail as per their article below.. The safety of containers was initially addressed when there were tens of thousands of units. Now, some 45 years later, there are tens of millions in circulation. The International Maritime Organization (IMO) has been reviewing the processes associated with the Convention…Click here to read more » » »
South African admiralty law assists those who have a claim against shipowners by granting claimants the entitlement to arrest a ship that enters its jurisdiction. Such action may be taken by virtue of the South African Admiralty Regulation Act, No. 105 of 1983 (the “Act”) which effectively prevents a ‘guilty’ ship from legally departing from…Click here to read more » » »
Got this link via email from a Fernando Souza who is a persevering Spaniard who works for Spanish Teevee.. An EXCELLENT seafaring and shipping related video that I have seen, specially the approach to Singapore.. Well done Fernando.. Watch the video here and also share it.. You can read more about Fernando here and here.. If you…Click here to read more » » »
Received a question “Can the shipper’s address on the bill of lading be in another country..??” In one of my previous articles, I wrote about the difference between an exporter and a shipper.. Just to recap below : Exporter = is a person or company or entity that is authorised by Customs and Govt authorities…Click here to read more » » »
What exactly is the LINER OUT CHARGE..
Shipping Lines are quoting this for cargo to West Africa and other areas.. What does FILO mean..??
This article answers these questions..Click here to read more » » »