Drug Smuggling in Colombian Ports - March 2022 Report
The UK Club's local correspondents in Colombia, A&A Multiprime, have issued their latest updated report on drug smuggling in Colombian ports.
The report includes new smuggling methods recently observed on ships, updated new recommendations to avoid the problem and an update on how the situation has been developing over the last 3 years.
Members can download the full report below. For any queries regarding this update, please get in touch with your usual Club contact.
For more advice on how to deal with narcotics smuggling risks for ships, watch our recent webinar with Signum Services on the issue here, as well as recent advice on measures to prevent the smuggling of cocaine.
DRUGS REPORT COLOMBIA 3 MB
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