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Communication failures behind MSC Flaminia casualty

Following the outbreak of fires on Hapag-Lloyd’s Yantian Express and APL’s APL Vancouver in January, the court judgment on liability for the MSC Flaminia casualty points to the need for better communication over the nature of hazardous cargoes on board boxships

Judgment on liability for explosion and fire points to shipper’s failure to warn of dangerous condition of cargo ahead of voyage

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