How to Protect Your People, Facility, and Cargo This Hurricane Season

June 9, 2021

2020 saw a record-breaking number of named storms in the North Atlantic. According to NOAA, the region saw 30 named storms, which is the most in..

Top 5 Most Critical Cargo Claims Documents

May 27, 2021

At some point, almost every organization that ships a product will experience loss or damage in the supply chain. These scenarios can be..

Understanding General Average [WHITEPAPER]

April 29, 2021

With all the recent troubles for cargo vessels these days, General Average is becoming a household term for most supply chain professionals. At..

New Year, Same Challenging Cargo Market: 3 Ways to Prepare

April 13, 2021

With 2020 now a full quarter behind us, we are well into 2021. While there are many reasons to be thankful for the New Year, the insurance world..

Explaining Declared Value Coverage

March 18, 2021

Some cargo owners may prefer to purchase something called “declared value” as coverage for their goods in transit. We, at ECIB, are here to..

3 Top Risks in Today's Supply Chain

March 3, 2021

Supply chains can be a complex system of moving parts, organizations, and variables. Inevitably, a supply chain will encounter a variety of risks..

Cargo Insurance: Jumping to General Average [PODCAST]

February 23, 2021

This week we feature The Expeditors Podcast with host Chris Parker. The podcast shares observations, perspectives, and discussions on..

Claim Drain: Don't Let Your Internal Resources Go to Waste [VIDEO]

February 17, 2021

Resolving a cargo claim is a complex process that can require specialized knowledge in order to successfully get a recovery from a carrier...

ONE Apus Container Loss: Then and Now

January 28, 2021

On the night of November 30, 2020, while sailing from Yantian to Long Beach, the ONE Apus container ship encountered a massive storm producing..

3 Expert Solutions for Today's Hard Market

December 3, 2020

The commercial insurance market has been hardening for over a year, and cargo insurance has been no exception to this trend. The last two years..