Insights

Personal Injury Claims – Netherlands

In the eyes of the general public, maritime traffic is generally regarded as relatively safe. However those active in the maritime sector (in particular on the claims side) are reminded…
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The role of a P&I Correspondent

We have recently had an opportunity to meet with a number of stakeholders in the maritime sector in the Netherlands including surveyors, port authorities and investors to introduce NNPC Correspondents…
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Liquid Cargo Contamination: Safeguarding Your Interests

NNPC Correspondents has recently provided assistance to various clients facing alleged contamination issues with liquid cargoes. Considering the substantial value associated with such cargoes, the potential liabilities in such cases…
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Management of Marine Pollution Incidents

The Netherlands, with its extensive coastline and intricate port and inland waterways in combination with the many marine ecosystems can be a particular challenge when it comes to pollution incidents.…
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NNPC Correspondents – update 2024

It’s hard to believe that almost three years have passed since our establishment. We are very pleased with the progress we have made and eagerly anticipate expanding both our client…
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transport van staalproducten

Transport of steel products

Transporting steel products such as coils, profile sections, slabs, wire rods by sea is not without risk. These cargoes are sensitive to moisture, corrosion and mechanical damage and any contact…
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Loss of Anchor and Anchoring Safety

The loss of an anchor may have substantial financial as well as bureaucratic consequences for shipowners. In the last months NNPC Correspondents have been requested to assist in a number…
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Electronic Bills of Lading

Recently NNPC has participated in a seminar discussing the implications for the legal status of electronic Bills of Lading in Rotterdam. During the seminar a presentation was delivered by Karel…
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Bunkering in the ARA Area

In December 2022 Antwerp-Bruges Port Authority and Port of Rotterdam Authority decided to make it mandatory to use a bunker measuring system (such as a Mass Flow Meter) on board…
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