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What is an Air Freight or Air Cargo Insurance?

Air freight is the term for when there is a shipment of goods or cargo via an air carrier. For this reason, air cargo is another common term for air freight. It is very important as it enables the transport of express shipments across the world. Often the transport of cargo across the globe takes […]

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What Is Contingent Cargo Insurance?

Increased globalisation over the last few decades has made the world a smaller place. Today, there is a regular export of goods made in India to countries across the world and vice versa. With global online marketplaces, the import of foreign-made is the norm. Such import-export is only possible today because of the shipping industry. […]

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Cargo Vs. Freight Insurance: What’s The Difference?

The terms ‘freight’ and ‘cargo’  are used interchangeably quite often. Therefore, it comes as no surprise that some customers are confused about cargo insurance and freight insurance and the difference between the two. Both these plans are devised to cover the goods that are being transported in that particular event from damage or loss. Also, […]

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What is the Blanket Policy in Marine Insurance?

Marine insurance provides coverage for losses and damage to ships, cargo, cargo vessels, and other types of transport wherein you transport goods from the point of origin to a final destination. Considering the various dangers and calamities that can occur at sea, both natural and man-made, marine insurance is one of the most popular types […]

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Benefits of time marine insurance policy

Marine insurance is arguably one of the oldest types of insurance in the world. There is even evidence of marine insurance dating back as far as 1792–1750 BC of the First Babylonian Empire. The dangers and perils of sea transport are a well-known and established fact, which has made marine insurance a requirement for centuries. […]

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What is Freight Insurance? Know about it’s features and benefits

A freight insurance policy insures the total or partial value of the cargo. The insurance is provided by a third–party company. The policy would be exclusive to the specific freight shipment and shipper. The structure of freight insurance is similar to that of a general insurance policy. Why do shippers need Freight Insurance? The purchase […]

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Explain Sales Turnover Policy and its various advantages

Sales turnover policy (STOP) is a highly evolved marine insurance cover. Thus, it is suitable for industries where multiple internal transits are required for producing/manufacturing of the final product for sale. Instead of covering a particular type of transit, this policy covers all internal transits including : 1. Domestic purchase of raw materials and consumables […]

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Features of Specific Marine Insurance – Infographic

Marine Transit Insurance Policy offers coverage to the consignment against damages from various perils like fire, theft, explosion, and natural disasters. Specific Marine insurance is a type of insurance that covers losses or damage to ships, cargo, terminals, and any transport or storage in connection with the shipping industry. Here are some key features of […]

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What are the important features of Specific Transit insurance?

Marine insurance is an important requirement for the smooth functioning of businesses involved in the shipping of goods. This insurance reassures their customers about having cover against damage or loss due to various marine perils. In this article, we will get to know about the important features of Marine / Transit Insurance. Marine insurance provides […]

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What is Franchise Clause in Insurance. How Does the Clause Work?

The Franchise Clause in Insurance applies the minimum amount of claim acceptable by the insurer. Generally, insurers decide the franchise limit based on the type of insurance and the feasibility of recovering the loss from the erring party. The following reasons justify the use of the franchise clause in Insurance : The insurer will try […]

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