Shipping insurance gives you peace of mind that your shipments are protected.
Aver Logistics helps a range of businesses with the transportation and storage of goods. A key aspect to this is making sure your stock is protected whether you are utilising a road, sea or air transport solution. If you run a logistics, distributor, trading or manufacturing company, we can provide the shipping insurance that ensures your stock is protected and provide additional peace of mind. There are a variety of different shipping insurance options to select from and a range of benefits that go alongside.
Our team has years of industry experience in providing freight and insurance solutions for businesses transporting a range of goods all over the world. We have unique relationships and trusted agents in all major countries worldwide, our quality control from collection to delivery enables you to benefit from a global operations experience and capability across all industry sectors.
What is Shipping Insurance?
Shipping insurance is a method of protecting products for shipment. It can protect goods from all sorts of unfortunate circumstances, including theft and damage during transit to their final destination.
Our insurance policies can be used by anyone, but typically used by businesses that send packages in high volume or of high value. Reimburse up to the full shipment value, plus freight, regardless of how the damage or loss occurred.
What does the Insurance Policy Cover?
Insurance can be included in your package to protect you from any accidents during delivery or storage. In case there are delays or issues, this coverage will help recover losses incurred due to you having no control over it. In summary, it covers:
• Damaged, broken parcels
• Lost packages
• Parcel theft
• Shipping malpractice
• Excessive delivery delays
The Benefits of Shipping Insurance
Below are the key benefits to why our insurance is used by so many businesses when shipping goods.
Get an Insurance Quote Today
What is Considered in your Insurance Quote?
The factors below will impact the cost of insurance:
- Type of goods being shipped (e.g. commercial equipment, machinery, hazardous goods, electronics etc..)
- Value of goods
- Mode of transportation (e.g. air, ocean, road freight)
- Origin and destination
- Prior loss or insurance claims history