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Blank sailings: How to protect your cargo and your business

A 'blank sailing' is a cancelled voyage.

Shipping is usually scheduled many months in advance and involves a ship calling into a string of ports. Ports use these schedules to organise loading and unloading, plan cargo movements and allocate resources as needed. 

Find out more about blank sailings by downloading our eBook. 

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