If you ship goods, supplies, or equipment around the world, you know that there are a universe of potential pitfalls that can affect your company. That’s why it is important to have access to the transit insurance programs that will cover your liability in the event of damage to your cargo or your equipment. Only then can you be sure that your risk management strategies are comprehensive enough to cover you under every circumstance.
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Whether your business is shipping for other companies or you are managing your company’s own interior logistics, you need protection that covers your workers, your company equipment, and most importantly, the items you are carrying. You also need it to be comprehensive enough to provide protection from the time you pick up a shipment to the time it is delivered, even when it isn’t in motion. That means finding coverage that includes:
- Project cargo coverage
- Worldwide marine cargo coverage
- Transport liability coverage
- Worldwide stock throughput protection from catastrophic events
By bringing all those forms of insurance together, transit insurance providers are able to make sure your company has each and every contingency handled. That way, you can focus on doing the work that you are there to do instead of worrying about your risk management strategies.