Goods In Transit / Marine Cargo Insurance

Goods in transit and marine cargo insurance protects movement of your goods from the point of origin to the final destination, or inland from one place to another, against theft, loss or damage.

The risks facing goods in transit and marine cargo are wide-ranging and numerous, including loss or damage from accidents, breakages, theft, wet damage, war, strikes, hijack or piracy, all of which could prove financially damaging if adequate insurance isn’t in place.

Whether you are transporting goods by road, rail, sea or air, and whether you are a buyer/seller of goods or raw materials, buying agent, import/export merchant, haulier or freight company, we can arrange cover to meet your specific requirements.

Along with transportation of your goods, we can arrange cover for storage; loss or damage; delay or non-delivery; and public liability as well as stock throughput covers –  either as a standalone policy or combined with other commercial covers.

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    263 Cranbrook Road,
    Ilford, Essex,
    IG1 4TG

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