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Rogue shippers in the firing line as cargo safety plans gather support

Moves by leading containership operators to tackle misdeclared freight head on is a necessary step, say other stakeholders, but there is a risk that business may shift itself elsewhere

Misdeclared dangerous cargo is a serious issue for the industry and one with severe implications, both in terms of safety and financial cost, says HFW partner Alex Kemp

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