Protection from Unpredictability
When exporting to a foreign buyer, your business relies on the safe shipment and delivery of your goods to fulfill the purchase order. However, the journey overseas has the potential to be hazardous to your cargo.
The Best Protection for Your Goods
Cargo insurance is the one way for exporters to protect their investment from unpredictable factors resulting in loss, damage, or delay. While most international carriers provide some liability coverage for the goods they carry, small businesses will not be able to recover the full value of their lost or damaged goods without a separate cargo insurance policy.
What Does Cargo Insurance Cover?
The coverage a business receives will depend on the policy and insurer. A cargo insurance policy may include the following:
- Damaging weather conditions
- Rough handling by carriers
- Sinking or burning
- Vessel mismanagement
- Theft or piracy
- Stranded cargo
- Disruptions caused by political unrest
- And other common hazards
Why Exporter’s Toolkit?
Exporter’s Toolkit goes through the ins-and-outs of shipping insurance with your business and locates the carrier with the best policy and coverage for your business’s needs.
We understand the possibility of financial loss is overwhelming when shipping overseas. We are committed to working closely with your business to assuage these fears and find effective solutions to protect your business.