Book it right and pack it tight
Guidance on packing dangerous goods for carriage by sea - IMDG Code Amendment 40-20
As part of our commitment to continued knowledge transfer, the Loss Prevention Department of the UK P&I and TT Club have updated our industry leading "Book it right and pack it tight" publication, to bring it in-line with the most current thinking and regulations.
1 June 2022 marked the date of mandatory enforcement of the latest version of the IMDG Code, Amendment 40-20. As a consequence, UKP&I and TT have again collaborated to update their publication 'Book it right and pack it tight'. This guide provides key insights for all participants in the freight supply chain responsible for preparing unitised consignments for carriage by sea. The guide is intended to provide an overview of the key practical duties under the IMDG Code for each individual and entity, while not seeking to meet the mandatory training requirements.
Book it right and pack it tight - amendment 40 20 8 MB
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