A total of 34 participants attended the 9th CINS Members Meeting in London on Tuesday 5 December 2017. The Meeting was generously hosted by the UK P&I Club in its London office.
This Guideline for the Carriage of Hides & Skins in Containers has been prepared by a Working Group comprising Members of CINS (the Cargo Incident Notification System).
New Guidelines for the carriage of Charcoal and Carbon in containers have been published jointly by CINS (the Cargo Incident Notification System) and the International Group of P&I Clubs.
The Cargo Incident Notification System (CINS) has won the prestigious Bureau International des Containers (BIC) 2017 BIC Award. Presented annually, the award honors an individual or organization for notable contributions to safety, security, standardization, or sustainability in containerized transportation.
CINS and the Container Owners Association have been working on the development of Guidelines for the Carriage of Cargoes in Non-Operating Reefers (NOR’s). The project has been sponsored by the TT Club.
Members will be aware that the CINS Technical Secretary is now producing monthly Cargo Incident Reports.