Peregrine read Law at Southampton University, specialising in the law of carriage and international trade. He has been with the TT Club since 1984, initially handling claims and providing advice to all types of operator in the transport and logistics supply chain, culminating in directing claims operations worldwide for TT. Since 2002, Peregrine has led the TT’s loss prevention services, actively engaging in many industry issues. This has included the development of the CTU Code and the passage of the container loss debate at IMO leading to the revision to SOLAS requiring verified gross mass. Peregrine enjoys collaborating with diverse interest groups in order to seek out optimal ways of working safely, securely and efficiently throughout the global supply chain. As a result, he has developed strong links with like-minded trade organisations and NGOs with a view to promote good practice amongst all stakeholders. Peregrine has led TT’s sustained campaigns dedicated to issues such as: inaccurate gross mass (VGM) information; poor packing of cargo transport units; and misdeclaration of Dangerous Goods. He currently leads TT’s participation in the Cargo Integrity Group, urging all actors to commit to improving safety and security standards in all aspects of cargo packing, including load distribution, cargo securing, classification and declaration, and effective data transfer through the intermodal supply chain worldwide.
Mr. Peregrine Storrs-Fox, Risk Management Director, TT Club advises us to take time to reflect, evaluate and plan when challenges appear. In that regard, coaching can help in unblocking situations and charting new directions.Read more