An important element of a vessel’s seaworthiness is its ability to resist the ingress of sea water into internal spaces. Yet operators are continuing to experience high value cargo damage claims relating to the ingress of water in cargo holds. UK P&I Club risk assessor David Nichol examines the problem and advises on loss prevention measures.
The Skuld P&I Club has issued a loss prevention advisory to recommend a preferred method to fumigate grain cargoes originating from US Gulf ports.
The Skuld P&I Club recommends the practice of a joint tally procedure due to the increase in bagged cargo claims in West Africa.
The West of England P&I Club issued a Loss Prevention Bulletin on the carriage of rice.
The Skuld P&I Club has issued a loss prevention article regarding the carriage of organic bulk grain cargoes
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