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06.10.09

Insight

IntroductionThe carriage of goods on deck is the most hazardous form of sea transport, with the goods being exposed to the risks associated with wind, waves and weather. For this reason, for many years it was accepted practice for vessel owners and charterers to exclude any and all liability for loss of or damage to goods carried on deck, provided the shippe

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and drift until the typhoon had passed Tokyo Bay. Unfortunately, the typhoon followed a different course from that expected ... months after the incident the shipowners established a limitation fund in the Tokyo District Court, which was secured ... fishery unions. An expert from Tokai University, Tokyo was appointed by the shipowners to carry out local damage assessment

06.10.09

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Svein A. Andersen has been appointed Senior Vice President and Head of Claims. Christen Guddal has been appointed Managing Director of Gard (UK) Limited. Dick Corwin has been appointed Regional Director – Asia, with regional responsibility for the Hong Kong and Tokyo offices.John Martin has been appointed Managing Director of Gard (HK) Ltd. Joakim Bronder has been

06.10.09

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Gard News 189, February/April 2008

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in the Yosuka Area (entrance of Tokyo Bay) and 29 in the port of Kobe. Pilotage is compulsory for all non-Japanese vessels over 300 ... ), Hosoi Law Office (Tokyo), C. Fernie & Co (Panama) and Niles, Barton & Wilmer (Baltimore) for providing information used

06.10.09

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INTRODUCTIONThe Norwegian Maritime Code of 24th June 1994 entered into force on 1st October 1994. Chapter 13 of the new Code deals with carriage of goods by sea. Chapter 13 incorporates the provision of the International Convention for the Unification of Certain Rules of Law Relating to Bills of Lading as Amended by the Brussels Protocol 1968 (the Hague-Visb

06.10.09

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If the ship’s gangway has to be used alongside a berth, and the arrangement is such that the bottom of the gangway has to rest on the dock, with slack falls, please make sure that the bottom end can travel freely and without being caught up in obstructions such as bollards, tracks, cranes etc. The vessel, and the gangway, will move as the tide rises and fall

06.10.09

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GENERAL PRINCIPLENormally a carrier will not be authorised to stow goods on deck unless there is a custom of the trade or port of loading to stow the specific goods on deck for the voyage in question,1 or unless there is an express agreement with the shipper of the goods to stow them on deck. Otherwise deck stowage will be "unauthorised" and the carrier will

06.10.09

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By Senior Surveyor Odd Olufsen, Det norske VeritasFrom July 1998 a Cargo securing manual will be required for all ships. This is set out in IMO MSC/Circular 745, and consequently there has been an increased focus on securing of load carried on deck. This article will concentrate on the relationship between intact and damage stability requirements and the sec

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Court decided Vimar Seguros y Reaseguros S.A. v. M/V "SKY REEFER",1 which held a Japanese arbitration clause valid ... for discharge in Massachusetts, USA, provided for arbitration of disputes in Tokyo.2 As is customary in commercial practice ... claims abroad. Footnotes(1) Vimar Seguros y Reaseguros S.A. v. M/V "SKY REEFER", 515 U.S. 528, 115 S.Ct.2322, 132L.Ed.2d 462

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. This is accomplished by reviewing the Paris Memorandum of Understanding (MoU), Tokyo MoU and the United States Coast Guard (USCG) detention ... &I out of a total of 2,938 detentions by the Paris MoU, Tokyo MoU and USCG (see Table 1). This means that 4.26 per cent ... U, Tokyo MoU and USCG (see Table 4). This means that 5.08 per cent of all detentions were vessels entered with Gard Marine

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possible service to this market, the Club opened an office in Tokyo during the autumn of 1991: Gard P&I Japan and Far East. Today the office also serves as correspondent for Gard Services in the Tokyo area.Hideo TeramachiHideo joined Gard in November 1991, when Gard P&I Japan and Far East first opened. He graduated from the Tokyo Merchant Marine Academy in 1972 and

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New directive regarding Customs fines at Lomé, TogoA directive concerning settlement of Customs fines has been introduced in Lomé, Togo.The Head of Port Customs in the city of Lomé in the West African country of Togo has issued a new directive concerning Customs fines that came into force on 17th December 2003.The directive regulates settlement of fines for

11.02.10

News

The February/April 2010 issue of Gard News is now available.

15.02.10

News

Gard is pleased to announce that Tadashi Sugimoto will be joining the group's Tokyo office on 20 February, 2010, as managing director of Gard (Japan).

06.05.10

News

by a piece of reinforced hose. Monkey fist: how to. So ur ce : W ik ip ed ia , l ic en se d un de r th e CC -B Y ... n co ur te sy o f U RS n v. 1514 GARD NEWS ISSUE 198 May/July 2010 “Pirates are becoming more desperate

14.05.10

Loss prevention material

For more information please contact Loss Prevention Manager Terje R. Paulsen, email terje.paulsen@gard.no or Loss Prevention Executive Marius Schønberg, email marius.schonberg@gard.no The information is provided for general information purposes only. Whilst we have taken every care to ensure the accuracy and quality of the information provided at the t


27.05.10

Member circular

Circular No. 14/99October 1999TO THE MEMBERSDear Sirs,POSSIBLE JOINT VENTURE WITH THE NEW NORDIC P&C INSURANCE COMPANY, "IF...AB"At its meeting on 24 October 1999 in Tokyo your Committee authorised the Executive Committee of the Association in close co-operation with the Administration to start negotiations with "if�AB" with a view to examine together

27.05.10

Member circular

Circular No Circular No. 15/99 October 1999 TO THE MEMBERS Dear Sirs, ELECTION OF CHAIRMAN AND VICE-CHAIRMAN CLOSING OF THE 1996 POLICY YEAR OPEN YEARS PREMIUM RATING FOR THE 2000 POLICY YEAR At the Committee meeting held in Tokyo on 24 and 25 October 1999, the Committee re-elected Mr Leif Terje Løddesøl of Wilh. Wilhelmsen ASA, Oslo, as its Chairman