The continuing problems of incorrectly packed cargo
Stuart Edmonston, Loss Prevention Director for the UK P&I Club, spoke with Maritime Risk International and discussed the continuing problems of incorrectly packed cargo in 'Book it right and pack it tight'.
As years go by, serious incidents caused by or involving dangerous goods continue to occur, not only on ships but also in ports. Errors, misunderstandings, fraudulent misdeclarations along with inadequate packing and securing lie at the heart of many of these incidents.
For the full article on the problems of incorrectly packed cargo, read here.
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