• Subrogation claims: fighting in the middle

      As a result of the ever increasing volumes of goods and commodities traded and transported around the globe, it is not uncommon that insurers find themselves dealing with subrogated claims impacted by more than one legal system.

      December 04, 2017

    • House v Ocean – the complexities of bills of lading

      Although bills of lading have existed for centuries, occasionally the basics can still become confused. This was recently highlighted in Australian Capital Financial Management v Freight Solutions (Vic) Pty Ltd, where the New South Wales (NSW) District Court likened bills of lading to an elephant, describing them as easier to recognise than define.

      December 04, 2017

    • The way ahead Transport survey 2017

      The sector is experiencing rapid and sweeping changes, driven largely by the development of new technology, new market entrants offering alternative modes of transport, and growing urban populations putting existing services under pressure.

      May 19, 2017

    • Africa – Is it a major untapped market for the airline industry?

      The African continent is made up of 54 countries, 1500 to 2000 languages and approximately 1.1 billion individuals.

      March 10, 2016

    • The way ahead Transport survey 2016

      The transport sector is anticipating further growth and is primed for consolidation. Over the next five years, China, India and the United States will be key markets for investment.

      July 07, 2015

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