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Five of Today's Most Common Incoterms

Every international shipment involves multiple steps, costs, changes in ownership, and risks for both importers and exporters. Navigating these variables is a critical part of supply chain management, which includes managing risk and insurance. If it is uncertain which party is contracting transportation or providing cargo insurance, for instance, a shipment could be delayed, damaged, or lost without a clear indication of responsibility.

5 Important Things About Today's Cargo Insurance Market With Robert Moody

There's a lot going on in the cargo insurance market. To help keep us informed is Robert Moody,...

The 4 Steps of Managing Risk in Your Supply Chain

Risk in the international supply chain is everywhere. Whether it is raw materials headed to your...

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

As of today, the 2022 Atlantic hurricane season has brought nine named storms, four of which were...

3 Characteristics of an Effective Cargo Claims Administrator

In growing and competitive markets, it is important to always look for efficiencies to build into...

Utilizing Claims Data to Save Money

When most logistics managers think of cargo claims, they think of the money they can...

Understanding War and SR&CC Coverage in an Open Marine Policy

In its simplest form, an “All Risk” cargo insurance policy protects goods in transit against...

How to Get Your Cargo Claim Paid Quickly

In freight claims management, speed and accuracy of the actions immediately following the loss can...

How to Save Time on Your Cargo Claims

Resolving a cargo claim is a complex process that can require specialized knowledge in order to...

From the Cradle to the Grave: Stock Throughput Coverage

Cargo insurance can be a complicated subject. Making sure you obtain the right coverage for you or...