Press article: The explosive risks of mis-declared cargo
01 December 2015
The explosions at China's Tianjin Port on 12 August brought home the fatal consequences of improperly storing dangerous cargo. But while the scale of the loss of life and the supply chain disruption emanating from the disaster was unprecedented, it was far from an isolated incident, with the shipping industry facing a growing problem of ship fires resulting from dangerous cargoes exploding.
Yves Vandenborn, Director of Loss Prevention, and Enam Hussain, Head of Division, were invited to comment for an article in Post on this issue. The full article is available on the Post website.