Marine Cargo Insurance


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Marine Cargo Insurance

Insurance covering loss or damage to goods in transit.

Marine Cargo Insurance

An insurance policy that protects the buyer of a good being transported over water from the loss of that good. Most of the time either the buyer or the seller is required to purchase marine cargo insurance (or at least to assume the risk of transit); their specific agreement determines which one is responsible. See also: Incoterm.
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Calculations done by the shippers council found that in order to collect Sh24 billion annually from marine cargo insurance, underwriters have to collect premiums ranging between Sh150-Sh250 million per month.
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In case of FCL Containers, Cargoes stuffed therein are, usually, forwarded to their destinations within the same Originally-sealed Containers and the Insurers' Marine Cargo Insurance Policy is also Endorsed with Road/Rail Cargo Clauses (A) which would pertain to the In-Land Transit Risks of the same Consignment.
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Marine cargo insurance policies cover cargo going in and out of the United States, while inland marine policies cover common carriers moving across the country.
Earlier this year, Stepan switched insurers, picking up an ocean marine cargo insurance policy from Warren, New Jersey-based Chubb Group of Insurance Companies.
Marine Cargo Insurance brings together the case law on marine cargo insurance to assist practitioners, whether they are lawyers, underwriters, insurance brokers or surveyors and investigators, to resolve issues of meaning and interpretation of the Institute Cargo Clauses (ICC), the most widely used standard form of marine cargo insurance cover.
Any loss under this category generally would fall outside the scope of any marine cargo insurance policy, as we know that if we don't take some premeditated action that we will have a certain loss.
As Marine Cargo Insurance is the common type of Marine insurance, we will therefore, discuss sub-types of the same.

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