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).
Indian ship agents are no longer liable for any deficit or short-fall in the sale proceeds of un-cleared or abandoned cargo. ITIC has been insuring many ship agents in India since 1985.
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.
ITIC is hosting a 'coffee and a catch up' webinar for insurance brokers on Thursday 14th May.
A business loss prevention checklist in the time of Coronavirus...
All EU members (and not those within the United Kingdom) will now be renewed on EU fronted policies as and when those renewals become due.
ITIC warns agents to respond to shippers’ requests in good time, or face the possibility of financial penalties.
Preparations in anticipation of the United Kingdom leaving the European Union.
Moore Stephens LLP London, ITIC’s current auditor, is one of five Moore Stephens offices that are leaving the Moore Stephens UK and international network to join BDO.
The following article appeared in the January/February 2019 edition of Ship Management International.