Insurance of Goods
This policy covers physical damage that results from an accident or incident that is caused to goods transported via a vehicle or vessel such as a ship, plane, truck, or train, in accordance with the relevant conditions and clauses. Precious Goods Transportation Insurance, another type of freight insurance, covers precious goods including metals and stones such as gold and jewels, in addition to cash and other valuables, against damages arising as a result of accident during vehicle transportation, and against armed robbery and theft.
This policy provides coverage for all shipments made within the coverage limit, conditions, price, and period previously agreed upon between the insurer and insured, regardless of whether loading notice was made on time. Floater insurance is usually for one year.
Freight Forwarder Liability (FFL)
These policies professionally distribute the risks that arise in parallel with
It provides coverage within the special conditions and limits stipulated by the policy, for legal liabilities of the shipping broker/agent arising from the insurer’s brokerage function with regard to the losses and damage occurring due to cargo in transit or the cargo which is protected by a contract, international convention, laws or the law in general, during the operations of the freight forwarder/forwarding agent in the capacity of shipping facilitator.
Insurance that provides coverage pursuant to the provisions of the CMR Convention for the liabilities that international freight forwarders may incur due to the damages to the goods they undertake to ship.
Ship Hull Insurance
Ship and Machinery Insurances provide coverage against various risks with regard to the ship’s hull, machinery, and equipment when cruising, docked at the