All posts by Malcom Hartwell

Malcolm Hartwell is a director based in Durban. He is a master mariner and the team leader for transport and has been with Norton Rose Fulbright since 1994. He is a shipping lawyer and specialises in admiralty, international trade, marine insurance and all aspects of maritime casualties, in particular investigating the maritime aspects of cases involving salvage, collisions, grounding, flooding, fires, anchor dragging and cargo claims. He has been involved in most of the casualties in this region in the last twenty years.

Blockchains and competition law

Feb 20, 2020No Comments

Transporters developing or using blockchain technology in South Africa must ensure that they do not breach competition law and do not create platforms for collusion

Potential boon for logistics companies

Aug 07, 2019No Comments

Cryptocurrencies and the freedom of trade embraced by the African Continental Free Trade Area Agreement (AfCFTA) offer enormous potential for growth in the logistics industry

Is SA and its logistics industry missing th...

Feb 14, 2019No Comments

Global trends show a strong correlation between regional economic growth and developing regional hub ports as gateways to trade. South Africa and Durban are strongly

Transport pricing: private sector safe for ...

Aug 15, 20181 Comment

Road hauliers have apparently ignored the government’s invitation to comment on the Economic Regulation of Transport Bill 2018, probably because it does not seem to