06 April 2020
The International Group has today launched a new publicly accessible online digital tool detailing the measures being put in place in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
31 March 2020
The International Group, in partnership with shipping industry associations, have launched new maritime security guidance.
30 March 2020
Preliminary list of recommendations for Governments on the facilitation of maritime trade during the COVID-19 pandemic
The IMO Secretary-General has today circulated a Preliminary list of recommendations for Governments and relevant national authorities on the facilitation of maritime trade during the COVID-19 pandemic, as proposed by a broad cross section of global industry associations with consultative status at the IMO.
21 February 2020
International Group Circular – Regulations of the People’s Republic of China (PRC) on Spill Response
The International Group Clubs have issued a circular on the Regulations of the People’s Republic of China (PRC) on the Prevention and Control of Marine Pollution from Ships (the Regulations) and which will become effective on 1st March 2020.
20 February 2020
The International Group has released a new video to explain and visualise in a user friendly format the Group’s primary function, namely its pooling and reinsurance arrangements.
20 January 2020
New Guidelines for the Carriage of Seed Cake in Containers have been published jointly by the International Group of P&I Clubs and the CINS (the Cargo Incident Notification System). The document is available to download.
16 January 2020
The International Group has held five international conferences for P&I Correspondents. Reflecting the growing importance of the Asia Pacific region to shipping and the global economy, the International Group decided to hold its first Regional Seminar for P&I Correspondents at the Raffles City Convention Centre in Singapore on 4 December 2019.
01 January 2020
The Guidelines for the Carriage of Divinylbenzene in Containers published in January 2019 were a joint publication of CINS (the Cargo Incident Notification System), the International Group and the TT Club to promote the safe carriage of Divinylbenzene in containers and the voluntary application of the amended IMDG Code requirements. Since the amendments are now mandatory, the Guidelines have been removed from this website.