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Marine cargo insurance is the oldest form of insurance in the world.
Cargo insurance insures property while in transit against loss or damage caused at sea - as well as associated land and inland waterways.
Loss or damage could be due to a range of risks such as dock strikes, rogue waves, heavy seas, loss of refrigeration or even earthquakes impacting containers on land.
You need marine cargo insurance if:
We can cover cargo moving anywhere in the world just once, or on an ongoing basis. You have the choice of:
In the speciality area of marine cargo insurance difficulty arises with pinpointing where responsibility passes between parties. We usually ask to review the terms of sale before a contract is signed, so we can assist with mitigating your risk even at an early stage. If this is not possible, we can structure your marine cargo insurance in such a way that it covers your risk under the agreed terms of sale.
Our marine specialist have over 40 years' experience with marine broking and underwriting, and extensive expertise in marine-affiliated policy. We maintain strong relationships with the Marina Operators Association (MOA) and look after many of the privately-owned marinas throughout New Zealand.
Our long-standing relationships, and our international connections through Gallagher, keep us up to date with changes in the marine industry, and enables us to secure market-leading cover for our clients.
Carrier's liability insurance protects the carrier of goods for liability due to loss or damage during transit.
World class cover for domestic and international marine risks.
Marine cargo insures against the loss or damage of cargo at sea, or on land and associated waterways.
Protection for damage or loss to your vessel, machinery and equipment.
Cover for motorboats, jet skis, kayaks, yachts, launches, fishing boats and more.