International Transport Intermediaries Club has recently reported a dispute in which a ship agent in Australia was held liable to its shipowner principal for excessive charges demanded by a contractor for the disposal of dunnage and other materials related to the packing of cargo.
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ICS proposals on IMO issues The Board of Directors of the International Chamber of Shipping (ICS), representing national shipowners' associations…
Shipping Professional Network in London (SPNL) held their last event of the year on Tuesday, 3rd December 2013.
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