ICHCA Vancouver seminar to explore new technologies

Cross-party event on 21 September to debate opportunities and risks of automated and digital technologies for maritime cargo safety, security, efficiency across container, bulk and dangerous goods operations 21.08.2018 – From daily operations to global regulations, new technology is having a profoun [...]

August 21st, 2018|

ICHCA and IAPH sign Memorandum of Understanding

JOINT RELEASE : Rotterdam, 13th June 2018 At the Terminal Operators Conference (TOC 2018) today in Rotterdam, ICHCA International, the global NGO and membership association for cargo handling operations, technical, HSSE and risk professionals has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the Interna [...]

June 13th, 2018|

ICHCA International welcomes seven new Members at the start of 2018

ICHCA has begun 2018 by welcoming seven new members including the National Maritime Safety Association (NMSA), Marine Transport International, Phoenix Terminal Solutions, Les Richings, Yilport, Peel Ports and Yardeye. 11.01.2018 – ICHCA is delighted to welcome the National Maritime Safety Associatio [...]

January 11th, 2018|

Call for united front on cargo safety

AMSTERDAM, 28.11.2017 - Safety aspects of the way in which cargo is packed and transported in unit loads across the global supply chain continue to be the focus of opportunities for improvement.  During a session of the Intermodal Europe Conference in Amsterdam today, four industry organisations rep [...]

November 28th, 2017|

This Year’s Innovation in Safety Award Goes to… Hapag Lloyd

The TT Club Innovation in Safety Award was presented earlier this week to Ken Rohlmann who heads Hapag Lloyd’s Cargo Patrol Team.  The initiative is an industry-leading attempt to reduce fraudulent cargo declarations that obscure the true identity of dangerous goods transported around the globe 05.1 [...]

October 5th, 2017|

Safe cargo packing, handling and transport: The need for better communication and cooperation

The industry coalition committed to promoting the use of the Code of Practice for Packing of Cargo Transport Units (CTU Code)* stresses two of its primary aims: the need for more widespread communication of the Code’s existence and greater cooperation from all parties in the supply chain in putting [...]

October 3rd, 2017|

Call for Packing Code’s Adoption and Enforcement

25.09.2017 - A coalition of leading cargo industry organisations representing the full breadth of the global supply chain is maintaining its campaign for safer practices in packing freight containers and other cargo transport units (CTUs).  During a meeting held at the IMO during London Internationa [...]

September 25th, 2017|