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Class 1 and Class 2 Policy Year Balances and Mid-Year Financial Update August 2013

21/09/2013
At their meeting on 18 September 2013 the Board reviewed the Class 1 and Class 2 policy year balances and

Argentina - New Customs Regulations to Determine the Weight of Exported Solid Bulk Cargoes – Update

20/09/2013
Further to the Club’s recent news article regarding the introduction of new customs

State interference driving up salvage costs insurers warn

20/09/2013
Marine insurers have warned that growing government regulation of wreck removal is driving up costs, and some measures introduced

IUMI Warns Cargo Underwriters over West African Piracy

19/09/2013
Delegates attending the annual conference of International Union of Marine Insurance (IUMI) in London were told that “insurers, ship owners

Hull and machinery marine underwriting should be choosier about risks

19/09/2013
Hull and machinery marine insurance underwriters must make better use of claims statistics and turn away risks that

Marine insurers must adapt to and satisfy client needs: IUMI president

18/09/2013
Marine insurers must learn to apply claims history to broaden the scope of coverage they offer to buyers

Skuld on track to deliver eleventh year of underwriting profit

17/09/2013
Skuld Group, a leading marine insurance provider, today announces results for the financial half year ending

UK P&I Club relaunches IMDG Code booklets: Handling dangerous goods improperly can be very dangerous indeed

17/09/2013
Dangerous goods have long been involved in serious transport incidents, onshore and at sea, resulting in deaths, injuries, massive rescue operations and huge commercial losses. Typically, packages spill their contents and cause fires, explosions and toxic or corrosive gas releases. Dealing with such incidents is hard enough on land but at sea it can be almost impossible.

Marine broker is 2013 Robin Travis Scholar

13/09/2013
Johann von Rantzau has been selected as this year's Robin Travis Scholar following final interviews of candidates in Hamburg.  The scholarship provides a

Willis Launches FLIER, a New Policy Designed to Cover Repatriation Costs for Stranded Seafarers

12/09/2013
Willis Group Holdings (NYSE:WSH), the global risk advisor, insurance and reinsurance broker, has launched a

Gard eyes reinsurance opportunities in Brazil as it secures license

11/09/2013
Gard is seeking to establish itself in the Brazilian reinsurance market after securing a licence to write that line of

Paper and Electronic Evidence Following a Marine Casualty

02/09/2013
The Japan P&I Club has published a document with respect to how to handle the preservation of electronic and paper evidence

Steamship Mutual: Groundings - Shallow Waters, Deep Trouble

31/08/2013
Steamship Mutual, a leading International Group P&I Club, has announced the imminent launch of its latest Loss Prevention

Tanker insurance could leap 45% if Syria strikes proceed

30/08/2013
Any military intervention into Syria could see insurance premiums for tankers leap by as much as 45%, a leading economist has warned.

Hong Kong issues revised Codes of Practice

30/08/2013
Hong Kong Marine Department revised Codes of PracticeThe Hong Kong Marine Department issued a notice

Egypt: FAQs on present situation

29/08/2013
The Association is grateful for the continued assistance from Correspondents El Hamamsy in sourcing

Shipowners' Club published guidance on – 'Tides' and 'Towards Effective Navigation'

29/08/2013
The Club’s publications highlight best practice, good seamanship and sensible practical operational procedures in

Recommendations for CIC on Propulsion and Auxiliary Machinery

28/08/2013
A Concentrated Inspection Campaign (CIC) on "Propulsion and Auxiliary Machinery" has been announced by the

Carriage of Coal Cargoes from Kalimantan, Indonesia

26/08/2013
The Club has recently been advised by consulting scientists and engineers Dr J H Burgoyne and Partners (International) Limited that the number of incidents involving the self-heating of coal cargoes loaded in Kalimantan (Indonesian Borneo) is increasing. In the past two years Burgoynes have dealt with twenty-three such cases, ten of which have taken place in the last

Leaking cargo hatch

26/08/2013
The Swedish ClubThe Swedish P&I Club publishes on a monthly basis a new "Monthly Safety Scenario" (MSS) to
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