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IMO Ends ‘Light Touch’ on Container Weight Verification

By Mike Wackett (The Loadstar) – Tomorrow the IMO’s three-month so-called “light touch” enforcement of the SOLAS revision that all packed containers must have a certified VGM (verified gross mass) before loading on board a ship comes to an end. Industry fears of supply chain chaos on 1 July, when the new VGM regulations came […] The post IMO Ends ‘Light Touch’ on Container Weight Verification appeared first on gCaptain.
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