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We have a dedicated team who have their fingers on the pulse of the shipping industry, who sift through all of the industry news and select the information that is most relevant to our clients. This is communicated in regular electronic bulletins.

Marine Insurance – Don’t get caught short!
Everyone who is part of the logistics chain needs to have some form of insurance, and it is important to ...
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Demystifying excise regulations in an ever-changing landscape
Industry response to the establishment of Turners Shipping’s Excise Project Division has been overwhelmingly positive says Gregory Marks, the National ...
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Young students get a head start in the shipping industry
Five young students are halfway through their year-long learnership at Turners Shipping. The initiative is part of the Turners Training ...
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Two kilometres of shelves
Shipping’s newly built archive room is finished and the custom shelving has been installed. The room covers 326 square metres ...
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Johannesburg team heads to Bass Lake
The staff of Turners Shipping’s Johannesburg office headed for Bass Lake for their team building weekend. Taking a break from ...
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Committed to building a better future
One hundred members from the Durban office of Turners Shipping headed down the South coast for the annual team building ...
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Remarkable growth in Trade Finance
Turners Shipping’s Trade Finance service has struck a chord with South African importers. This is according to Francois Schutte, the ...
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Reach Stacker to Gauteng
Samson Nip, Route Development Manager at Turners Shipping is dwarfed by the reach stacker which is loaded and ready for ...
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Steady trade with China
China remains one of South Africa’s strongest trading partners and on a recent trip to Hong Kong, Blain Kondiah, Managing ...
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Support where it’s needed
The staff of the Johannesburg branch of Turners Shipping combined their celebration of Women’s Month and Casual Day. The idea ...
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