The history of The UK P&I Club dates to 1869, a landmark maritime year with the long-awaited opening of the Suez Canal. Over 4,000 kilometres away in Britain, a tea clipper - the Cutty Sark - was readying for launch. Further south in the City of London, The UK Club had just formed.
TT Club and BSI Supply Chain Services & Solutions have teamed up again to produce a full year analysis of cargo theft, together with some further loss prevention commentary to assist those considering how to combat this on-going threat.
Signum Services Limited (Signum) serves to conduct investigations worldwide on behalf of TT Club and its Members. This article draws on the experience and observations of these former senior detectives, with particular focus on crime in the UK.
Two thirds (66%) of people aged 60 or over have never considered downsizing their property, according to a recent survey by BLP Insurance, a specialist residential warranty and commercial latent defects insurer.
Cybercrime unfortunately continues to be a hot topic, with businesses and individuals at risk of becoming potential targets of digital fraud. Any business or individual using electronic communication can be the subject of an attack by hackers.
International seafarer welfare charity The Mission to Seafarers has today announced the launch of its new WeCare Social Communications and Financial Literacy training programme. Supported by the UK P&I Club, the global training initiative aims to address rising levels of stress among seafarers brought on by financial pressures and the misuse of social networking platforms.