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Time to name and shame rogue shippers, says Drewry

Moves by carriers to fine cargo owners that misdeclare hazardous goods are unlikely to change the behaviour of the criminally minded, with other measures needed, argues Drewry. But regulations currently prevent naming them, so they could still slip under the radar

A limited amount of information sharing could greatly enhance safety and reduce fraud, argues Drewry, with most shippers likely to welcome any measure that will help reduce the risk of delay or damage to their cargoes

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