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TT Club warns of port security side effects due to Suez Canal blockage

The danger in the safety and security of the cargo at ports due to the expected port congestion caused by the Suez Canal blockage has been highlighted by Mike Yarwood, TT Club managing director, loss prevention.

The arrival of large volumes of laden containers, coupled with the requirements for hinterland distribution, will create disruption at ports and terminals, straining throughput and yard capacities, and creating an accumulation of cargo, according to the UK-based insurance company TT Club.

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