When you run a business that requires the frequent transportation of cargo, you want to ensure that those items are adequately insured. The same goes for if you actually run a transport or logistics company. How are you going to look after every vehicle of yours out there on the road? While there are plenty of preventative measures you can take for the company itself, sometimes the unexpected can happen – no matter how well you prepare for it.
No matter the size of your cargo (aka freight) and how it is transported (land, air, sea), cargo insurance is designed to offer you financial protection should your cargo be damaged or stolen while in transit.
This insurance can apply regardless of whether you have your own fleet that moves the cargo or you hire a third-party. Some third-party companies may provide cargo insurance as part of their services, but do not take this is as an absolute. Revise what is and isn’t covered on their end, and determine if you need to take out any additional insurance for your goods.
There are various steps of training, testing, licensing, and approvals needed before you can get behind the wheel. All those requirements ensure that you’re safe out there. Going further and accessing your risks, value-added services are provided for the following key areas:
While working to build a good trucking company, you face a number of challenges that we help them to overcome in different ways and also to get lower rates in insurance. Educating about vehicle maintenance, setting up Safety Plans & Procedures, Implementation of Safety programs, Hiring procedure of drivers.