Marine Cargo Insurance

Coverage Summary

Marine Cargo insurance provides protection against physical loss or damage to cargo in transit.
Despite the fact that the policies are named “marine” policies, insurers can generally provide cover for both inland and overseas (imports and exports) transit of goods. Thus cover is not always limited from port to port, but also including the transportation from warehouse to port.
Unlike a Marine Transit policy which is for a single transit, a Marine Cargo policy is designed as a “floater” policy which can cover physical loss or damage for all transits during the policy period.

Additional Benefits

Despite covering goods whilst in transit, policies often include the following additional benefits:

  • Specific covers for home and content transits
  • Coverage whilst goods are in incidental storage
  • Accumulation covers
  • Specialist cover for shipment of branded goods
  • Cover whilst there are any delays in unpacking
  • Cover for Strike Diversion expenses
Obtaining a Quotation

Generally the following information is required to obtain a quotation:

  • Business Description
  • Estimated value of all shipments imported / exported and inland transits.
  • Estimated number of transits for household goods
  • Estimated Maximum Accumulation Sum Insured.
  • Estimated method of transit % (Air, Sea, Rail, Road)
  • Historical Claims Experience

For more information please contact ARMS Risk Management.

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