ICHCA Container Weighing Seminar & ISP74
9 - 11 September 2015, London

         ISP 74 Meeting

         Hosted by

The TT Club is the international transport and logistics industry’s leading provider of insurance and related risk management services. Established in 1968, the Club’s membership comprises container owners and operators (shipping lines and lessors), ports and terminals, and logistics companies, including road, rail and airfreight operators. As a mutual insurer, the TT Club exists to provide its policyholders with benefits, which include specialist underwriting expertise, a world-wide office network providing claims management services, and first class risk management and loss prevention advice. The Club works with some of the world’s largest operators, through to companies whose activities are on a smaller scale, but face similar risks. Remarkably, in view of industry changes and consolidation, one third of the membership has chosen to insure with the Club for more than 20 years. TT Club is managed by Thomas Miller, an independent and international provider of insurance, professional and investment services. www.ttclub.com


         Container Weighing Seminar

         Hosted by

Holman Fenwick Willan (HFW) is an international law firm and one of the world’s leading specialists in shipping, logistics, multimodal transportation, insurance, reinsurance and trade. We draw on our expertise in the container shipping sector to provide clients with all the services they need including all forms of transactional and advisory work, regulatory and compliance, as well as casualty response, commercial litigation and arbitration, making us the ideal firm for shippers, carriers and others involved in the container supply chain. We have more than 475 lawyers spread across our 13 offices (and 2 associated offices) in 11 countries. www.hfw.com

         Sponsored by

Conductix-Wampfler is the world’s leading supplier of intelligent energy supply and data transmission systems for moving machinery. www.conductix.com

Cordstrap have over 50 years experience of protecting the world’s cargo. Our global network of specialists bring their expertise in application development into partnership with our customers, providing advice and training to ensure that their cargo reaches its destination free of damage. www.cordstrap.com

         Media partners

Forkliftaction is the news service and business centre for materials handling. Established in 2000, Forkliftaction News has grown to be the only global online service for independent news about materials handling and forklifts. www.forkliftaction.com

The Harbours Review project of the Baltic Press publishing house stands for a completely free on-line European ports database as well as monthly E-zines with expert views on the most important issues for Europe’s port sector. Each E-zine contains a featured article tackling one of the most burning questions for the EU port industry, coupled with comments of the sector’s representatives and top national & EU officials. www.harboursreview.com

Read by shippers, forwarders, logistics providers, carriers, ports and airports, The Loadstar connects through information. We provide breaking stories, original comment, news and research – as well as the best articles from around the world. The Loadstar is known at the highest levels of logistics and supply chain management as one of the best sources of influential analysis and commentary. The focus is on independent, high-quality journalism for the benefit of our readers’ knowledge and understanding. www.theloadstar.co.uk

WorldCargo News is the world’s leading resource for international cargo professionals. www.worldcargonews.com

World Port Development is an independent publication that strives to offer balanced and informed reporting, providing a complete overview for all concerned. We talk to manufacturers, operators, port staff and customers to present the whole picture, not a one-sided argument. In tune with our readership, and their concerns, World Port Development acknowledges their needs and interests, and our editorial staff report with a vigour and enthusiasm that distinguishes us from unchallenging magazines that report about ports and terminals. We place ourselves on the industry front line, and report from within the maritime sector for ports and terminals. www.worldportdevelopment.com