Helping protect your business from loss or damage to vessels and cargo. It can cover the door to door delivery of goods worldwide, by sea, road, rail and air - including their storage on the way.

Who should consider Marine protection?

Freight forwarders: Importers and exporters, Marina owners and Mining companies

Primary producers: Removalists, Tourism operators and Wholesalers

Marine transit insurance is important for businesses involved in shipping or receiving goods, operating watercraft commercially, repairing vessels, running a marina and more.

What can it cover?

There are different types of marine-related insurance policies - the type you choose will vary based on your specific needs. Depending on the type of policy you choose, marine insurance policies can cover

Case Study

Scenario: You run a small business that exports organic cheeses from Australia to Asia. Recently, a shipment of your cheeses that were going to a new client were left on the dock unrefrigerated - and the cheeses were spoilt. Not only did you lose valuable product, but you also missed out on the repeat business of the new client.

Outcome: Thankfully, you had marine transit insurance, which covered your products from the time they left your business until they were in your client's possession. While your insurance didn't help you keep the new client, at least the insurance reimbursed you for the cost of the cheeses that were spoilt.

*Disclaimer: The information contained in this case study is used only for the purpose of illustration. Individual circumstances, insurance and coverage may vary.

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