Tag: Institute Cargo Clauses

Ever Given Suez Canal Blockage – What does this mean for Cargo policyholders?

On Tuesday 23rd March the container ship Ever Given ran aground in the Suez Canal. The vessel, capable of carrying the equivalent of 20,000...

Port Disruption – A one off incident or a precursor to Brexit?

The recent closures of UK ports will hopefully be short lived, but with the uncertainty around what the Brexit deal may mean, the port disruption seen...

Container Shipping Line Hanjin is in Receivership

Hanjin Shipping, the world’s seventh largest container line is in administration, and a number of Hanjin vessels have been arrested by creditors....

15/06/22

News: War and Strikes Risks Update | 22nd June 2022

Although various risk scores have been updated this month – as they are every month – theremoo... read more

14/06/22

News: A Review of Cargo Crime in 2021

In 2021, the evolving supply chain landscape, characterised by a pandemic, an opening up of the economymoo... read more

08/06/22

News: Wellness days – 16th and 17th June

Since 2020 we have given our colleagues well-deserved wellness days, where we encourage everyone to take the time outmoo... read more