Our team of legal experts give you inside info on the legal world of cargo claims – from how to avoid losses and prevent cargo claims to taking pictures that can win a court case.

May 9, 2022

Global Shipping – Another way to screw the seller.

Sellers always run risks, it is that simple. But one of the most problematic issues that sellers face is not getting paid by the buyer on delivery. Shipping fresh produce overseas causes the seller a multitude of problems. And what do you do if the buyer simply tells you that you won’t be receiving the full balance because the cargo was damaged or was of poor quality?

May 6, 2022

Evidence is Everything!

Pre-shipment evidence is key in any claim you want to bring against a carrier. Photographs speak volumes and you should always take them prior to shipping and collect as much evidence as possible showing your cargo packaged perfectly prior to being shipped.

May 2, 2022

How important is time to you?

Time management is key. You have a business that needs your time, you can’t afford the mental time a cargo claim takes and the concerns and worries that go with it because all that is time out of your day. This is exactly what the liable carries rely on. The fact you haven’t the time to deal with a claim.


April 29, 2022

How do I reduce the possibility of cargo damage?

The last thing you want to do is have to make a cargo claim, or worse still, not make one when you know you should. You know that you stuffed your container properly . You know that the container was in good condition. But once the container is delivered to the port ready to load, it is out of your control and all you can do it hope it arrives to its final destination in perfect condition.

April 25, 2022

Recoupex speaking in the beautiful capital city of London

Annually the Port of London handles around 47, 359,000 tonnes of cargo and it is one of the oldest and most famous ports in Europe being hugely important for the national and international markets ever since the Roman Empire, supporting Britain’s massively successful history of Maritime Trade.