The Statutes of CINS have now been formally agreed by the CINS Board. To download a PDF of the Statutes, click HERE
The CINS Board is pleased to welcome Langh Ship as a Member of the organisation. Langh is an innovative shipping company, carrying a wide range of cargoes.
CINS and WNTI to host Insurance, Liability and Operations Workshop for Maritime Shipments of Class 7 Radioactive Material
CINS and WNTI – the World Nuclear Transport Institute, which recently became an Honorary Member of CINS – are co-operating to host a joint Maritime Insurance, Liability and Operations Workshop.
The aim of the workshop will be to provide a better understanding for both parties on the insurance….
CINS was the winner of the 2013 Containerisation International Award for Corporate Responsibility. This year, CINS has accepted an invitation to be one of the CINS Awards supporting organisations. Please find below further information from the organisers about this year’s Awards:….
WNTI - the World Nuclear Transport Institute - has become an Honorary Member of CINS. The CINS Board is pleased to welcome WNTI into the organisation and is looking forward to co-operating with WNTI in the future.
The CINS Board is pleased to welcome NileDutch as a Member of the organisation. NileDutch is one of the top 25 largest container shipping companies in the world, focusing on the links between (West) Africa and the rest of the world.
The next CINS Members Meeting will take place in London on Wednesday 30 April 2015
The first CINS Members Meeting to be organised by CINS as an independent organisation took place in Copenhagen on Friday 30 January 2015.
The first meeting of CINS Board Members as a newly formed organisation took place on Thursday 29 January 2015 in Copenhagen.
CINS - the Cargo Incident Notification System - was established as an independent organisation from 1 January 2015. To view the News Release, click HERE.