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September 29, 2022
Margot De Villiers
head of marine and executive surveyor, major and complex loss, Australia
Marine insurance: why institute cargo clauses matter

Imagine you purchase 10 timber crates of tools from a supplier halfway around the world. To get to you, the tools embark on a long and complicated journey: traveling on land (via train or truck) from the factory to an international seaport, getting l…

September 29, 2022 by Margot De Villiers, head of marine and executive surveyor, major and complex loss, Australia
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September 16, 2022
Darin Miller, national marine manager and Marc Schuling, marine manager - Netherlands
Embrace, elevate and expand your view at IUMI 2022

More cargo is being shipped to scale up production of renewables — between solar and wind farms. And we may start to see less shipping of oil and gas pipe machinery, refinery and construction equipment as we wean off of fossil fuels. Additional…

September 16, 2022 by Darin Miller, national marine manager and Marc Schuling, marine manager - Netherlands
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February 03, 2022
Ronnie Adcock, senior vice president and Darin N. Miller, national marine manager
Collapsible shipping containers are making waves in the marine industry

While the marine industry is not historically known for being early adopters of new equipment or processes, market needs and business circumstances have come together to highlight one innovation worth keeping an eye on: collapsible shipping container…

February 03, 2022 by Ronnie Adcock, senior vice president and Darin N. Miller, national marine manager
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January 27, 2022
Aidan Fitzgerald
MCL marine & engineering adjuster
Onboard a floating city

While it may feel as though modern technology has ‘shrunk’ the world, the ocean is still a vast and isolated space. Ships can be thousands of kilometres from land in any direction, sometimes battling inhospitable conditions, so onboard facilities nee…

January 27, 2022 by Aidan Fitzgerald, MCL marine & engineering adjuster
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November 17, 2017
Capt. Ruan Desouza
Vice President, Marine, Vericlaim Canada
Safety Concerns with Containerized Cargo and the Code of Practice for Packing of Cargo Transport Units (CTU Code)

The marine cargo industry has changed significantly over the past few decades, especially the way cargo is transported. Before sea containers were introduced, dry cargoes were usually shipped as break-bulk cargo or in bulk. Break-bulk cargo includes …

November 17, 2017 by Capt. Ruan Desouza, Vice President, Marine, Vericlaim Canada
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