ITIC’s commercial director Charlotte Kirk and broker development manager Kevin Sandom are delighted to invite you to the webinar 'Broker Briefing 2.0' on Tuesday 1 December at 10.00am (London time).
ITIC - International Transport Intermediaries Club – is warning its ship and port agent members to be aware of approaches from people traffickers attempting to smuggle illegal immigrants through their ports.
ITIC has just helped a Northern European member to avoid falling victim to a scam by people smugglers trying to cover the movement of illegal migrants.
To maintain flexibility, charterers often request that the shipbroker fix the vessels to discharge at a specified number of ports within a defined range. But it’s important that the broker clearly understands the definition of that range and which ports it includes.
The following article appears in the July/August 2020 edition of Ship Management International.
ITIC, in association with The Air Charter Association, is delighted to invite you to a webinar - Virtual robbery: cyber security for the air charter industry - on Tuesday 8th September at 1500 (London).
It is with shock and considerable sadness that we have to advise that Mark Turner died suddenly on Thursday 6th August 2020.
International Transport Intermediaries Club (ITIC) warns port agents to inform their regular principals of port fee and tariff increases, even if the details are in the public domain. This will avoid disputes as well as delayed reimbursement payments.
The Notice of Readiness (NOR) clause in a previous fixture may not have the same effect if used in a new fixture. Shipbrokers should bear this in mind when copying wordings from previous fixtures says the International Transport Intermediaries Club (ITIC).
Due to COVID-19, ITIC is often asked what a ship manager's liability is in situations such as crew being unable to clear through port immigration as a result of the various port restrictions we now see, and in particular, if such circumstances form a force majeure event. In this article, Robert Hodge discusses delivering on your crew against the backdrop of COVID-19.