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Members of the Standard Club are supported by over 200 staff located in offices in the major shipping centres.

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The Standard Club is supported by a global network of 650 correspondents located in over 130 countries.

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Web alert: Hong Kong Air Pollution Control Regulations30 March, 2015A new regulation requiring ocean-going vessels (OGVs) to comply with 0.5% sulphur limit will be enforced in Hong Kong waters with effect from 1 July 2015.
Web alert: security situation in Yemen26 March, 2015The club is aware that the security situation in Yemen has deteriorated, with coalition air strikes led by Saudi Arabia taking place in a number of areas.
Web alert: cargo claim dismissed for lack of title – Straight Bills of Lading - A timely reminder25 March, 2015In this recent English High Court case the owner/carrier had agreed to carry 76 drums of coal tar in two containers between Tanzania and China. Upon discharge it was discovered that the cargo had been substituted with sand and pebbles.
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