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Spotlight on cargo inaccuracies after spate of incidents

The shipping industry is stepping up efforts to highlight the risk of misdeclaring containerised cargoes, but it could be some time before any real progress is seen. The work-in-progress Cargo Integrity project is focusing on all stakeholders recognising and doing the right thing

Change in behaviour and mentality might take a decade, says UK-based insurer TT Club

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