TT Club wins Marine Insurance Award
Attended by over seven hundred top executives, the event demonstrated clearly why it has earned the right to be considered the leading awards ceremony for the industry in the Middle East and the Indian Subcontinent.
November 25, 2019
By PLA Editor
The international freight and logistics insurer, TT Club was this week honoured at the sixth annual The Maritime Standard Awards in Dubai with the title of Marine Insurer of the Year 2019.
The award was presented to Julien Horn, Director of TTMS (Gulf), TT Club’s Network Partner based in Dubai, at a gala dinner held in the Atlantis Ballroom of The Palm.
The occasion celebrated the achievements of the top performers in the industry in some style. Attended by over seven hundred top executives, the event demonstrated clearly why it has earned the right to be considered the leading awards ceremony for the industry in the Middle East and the Indian Subcontinent.
The awards, held under the patronage of His Highness, Sheikh Ahmed Bin Saeed Al Maktoum, President, Dubai Civil Aviation Authority and Chairman and Chief Executive, Emirates Airline, attracted a high standard of entries for each of the twenty awards presented on the night.
The judging panel had a tough challenge in deciding the winners. The organisers, The Maritime Standard, pointed to the record number of entries of an exceptional quality, meaning those who were successful had to overcome tough competition, whatever the category.
TT Club, has a local presence in many parts of the world, including for over twenty-five years in the Middle East, which enables it to deliver its quality service globally. Unlike general insurers, TT Club is a specialist in the field with 100% of its expertise coming directly from and being channeled to the marine and freight focused operators it insures. TT stands for ‘Through Transport’, reflecting the door-to-door nature of the risks covered. ‘Club’ denotes its mutual status, with membership belonging to its Members rather than shareholders – TT Club exists to serve its Members rather than for profit.