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Guidelines for NORs

The TT Club has sponsored the production of new guidelines by the Container Owners Association (COA) and the CINS (Cargo Incident Notification System) organisation on non-operating reefers (NORs). An NOR is the practice of using reefer containers to ship dry cargo without the reefer machinery running, mostly to capture paying cargo as reefers are repositioned.

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