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Bills of Lading and Carriage of Goods by Sea Act (COGSA) Thursday 1st September, 9.30am - 4.00pm
£250 + VAT, per person

Business of Shipping and Logistics Wednesday 21st September, 9.30am - 4.00pm
£250 + VAT, per person

Dangerous Goods Awareness - Introductory Thursday 22nd September, 9.30am - 4.00pm
£250 + VAT, per person

Dangerous Goods Awareness - Refresher Thursday 6th October, 9.30am - 1.00pm
£145 + VAT, per person

Dangerous Goods Awareness - Introductory Thursday 20th October, 9.30am - 4.00pm
£250 + VAT, per person

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BANGLADESH SUSTAINABLE TRADE: THE EU REPORT HIGHLIGHTS PRESSING NEED FOR FURTHER ACTION BY THE BANGLADESHI AUTHORITIES TO IMPROVE LABOUR CONDITIONS IN THE GARMENT SECTOR The European Commission today released its third annual report on progress achieved in the Bangladeshi garment sector through the Sustainability Compact for Bangladesh - an international response to the 2013 tragic collapse of...

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Dutch of Harlingen Three German tourists killed by falling mast in Dutch port Three German tourists have died after a ship's mast broke and fell on them in a northern Dutch port. Friesland provincial police said investigations are under way to establish exactly how the mast broke on Sunday while the ship was near...

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Amazon [1] plans to open a new delivery warehouse in Essex next year, creating 1,500 permanent jobs. It will be the company's 13th fulfilment centre in the UK, where Amazon employs a total of 15,500 people. The warehouse is scheduled to open in Tilbury in the spring and will increase delivery capacity. "Amazon is...

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MSC JASMINE TWELVE SOMALIS SENTENCED TO FIVE YEARS FOR PIRACY REPORTS THE DAILYTIMES.COM.PK PORT LOUIS: Twelve Somalis who attacked a container ship in the Indian Ocean were sentenced to five years in jail in Mauritius Thursday, a reminder of the region's battle against piracy. The men were accused of firing on the MSC Jasmine, a...

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