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There are good reasons to consider Marine Cargo insurance from AIG

Emerging markets

As goods cross borders by land, air or sea keeping control becomes
increasingly difficult. Globalisation has made trade with less developed
countries a reality, where weaker logistics infrastructure and theft
may pose threats to freight delivery.

Managing your risks

AIG provides a risk prevention service (known as Marine Loss Control
Engineering) so our customers can rely on a specialised entity to
monitor their risks and to work on reducing the potential for losses or
damage.

Pragmatic and businesslike

AIG can combine technical efficiency with a pragmatic business approach,
while employing our broad international network to ensure the best
possible protection for our customers’ assets and their business
reputation.

Maintaining expectations

Technological advances have created high expectations by customers in
terms of manufacture and delivery. Supply chains need to be protected
from disruption and the negative impacts on customer loyalty, company
reputation and cash flow.

The full range of solutions

AIG offers freight insurance in all its forms: door to door, or
warehouse to warehouse, by sea, land, air or rail and from raw material
to finished product. We regularly cover infrastructure projects
thousands of kilometres from our clients’ bases.

Our claims and service strength

AIG is committed to building strong, lasting relationships with clients.
They can draw on the servicing and claims of our offices across the
globe, including key emerging markets, to ensure a uniform and reliable
experience.

AIG's Marine Cargo Insurance is especially suitable for:
  • Primary Industry, secondary and retail
  • Infrastructure projects (Project Cargo) with coverage of consequential losses (ALOP - Advanced Loss of Profit)
  • SMEs, multinationals and in general, all exporters and inporters
  • Global Presence: in 160 Countries and Jurisdictions
  • Claims management on site
  • Claims settling service available on site and in local currency
  • Knowledge of legislation and local markets
  • Global Network of Marine Loss Control Engineers

High Risk Areas

High risk countries and areas as defined by Institute of London Underwriters (ILU)

Incoterms

Standard trade definitions that are most commonly used in international contracts.

This material is for the purposes of information only. Full coverage details will be available in the policy documentation.

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