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Thursday, September 19, 2019

Tt Club News

TT Club Appoints Regional Claims Director

TT Club  has appointed Justin Reynolds as Regional Claims Director, Europe, Middle East and Africa. Based in London, he will be responsible for handling member’s claims across the EMEA region. Reynolds is a qualified solicitor and has over 20 years’ dispute resolution experience, having handled a diverse range of high profile claims in the cargo, transport, shipping and logistics arena. Prior to joining the TT Club, Reynolds was a partner at the international law firm Holman Fenwick Willan LLP where he negotiated, mediated, arbitrated and litigated claims in the U.K. and

Phillip Emmanuel (Photo courtesy: TT Club)

TT Club Urge Better Management Practices

A detailed analysis of the root causes of insurance claims show 80% of bodily injuries at global ports and container terminals involve handling equipment or vehicles. Speaking at the Philippine Ports and Shipping Conference in Manila today, TT Club’s Asia Pacific Regional Director, Phillip Emmanuel emphasized the statistic and urged operators to improve their management practices in order to reduce the incidents which result in injury and sadly sometimes death to workers and others at ports and terminals. TT Club, an international provider of insurance to the freight transport and cargo

Kevin King (Photo courtesy of TT Club)

TT Club Appoints King as Regional Director

Kevin King has been appointed as TT Club's Regional Director Europe, Middle East and Africa. Based in London, he will be responsible for overseeing member service and business development across EMEA for the TT Club. King is a qualified U.S. attorney having joined Thomas Miller in 1996 and has worked across both the TT Club and UK P&I Club operations in their New Jersey, San Francisco and former Houston offices. He joined Thomas Miller’s Americas regional headquarters in New Jersey in 2006 managing the UK P&I Club’s Americas regional claims team and the claims performanc

TT Club Supports Supply Chain Learning Initiative

TT Club announced its support for a unique learning initiative – Business on the Move. The educational tool takes the form of a board game which is designed to be played at varying levels of complexity.  Consequently, it is suitable for primary and secondary school children as well as higher education students, management trainees and corporate continuous development schemes.  TT Club sees the initiative as an imaginative means to educate and inspire young people in the UK, motivating an interest in and comprehension of modern supply chains and the transport resources that service

TT Club Discusses Preventable Accidents

In a speech given at the ASEAN Ports & Shipping Conference in Jakarta, Phillip Emmanuel, Regional Director Asia-Pacific of the freight transport insurance specialist TT Club, called for operators to do more to minimize preventable accidents that result in bodily injury, cargo and property damage. As a  freight transport insurer TT Club numbers many port terminals a cargo handling facilities among its Members and as such occupies a prime position from which to identify the primary causes of risk and to advise on how such causes can be minimised.  An extensive analysis the Club’s

Robert Kempkens

TT Club Appoints Claims Director

The TT Club has appointed Robert Kempkens as claims director. Based in London, he will be responsible for overseeing global claims handling for the TT Club. Robert joined the TT Club in 2006, becoming Regional Claims Director for Europe, Middle East and Africa in 2010. He has studied law at the University of Hamburg and holds an LL.M. in European and Public International law from Edinburgh University. After his traineeship at the Higher Regional Court of Hamburg he worked as a Rechtsanwalt in the shipping/transport departments of first Wessing Behrenberg-Gossler (now Taylor Wessing) and then Ince