» Cargo Insurance

M.I.T Insurance has transport insurance that allows you to back your operations in international markets efficiently and adequately. With this coverage, our customers can reduce the risk factors, to which they are exposed during logistics operation and freight . The aim of freight insurance, is to cover the goods against risks that may arise during transport from origin to destination The main types of cargo transportation insurance are:

  1. Maritime: includes securing vessels, related to navigation equipment and goods.
  2. Earth: corresponds to transport by rail, truck, tractor-trailer, among others. For this transport must distinguish between the vehicle and the goods.
  3. Aviation: Aircraft insurance and goods transported.

Types of policies to ensure the goods:

  • Automatic policies, are given to customers who have a high volume of shipment to be transported. This type of policy offers economic advantages considering that the value of the fee can reduce volume transported, and the frequency of payments can be negotiated.
  • Individual certificates or specific, are for companies who have a low volume of goods to be transported, or simply need transport goods in a very sporadically.

The insurance coverage of the cargo transportation are divided in:

  • Minimum Coverage: It covers fire, lightning, explosion, accidental falls on the sea during navigation or during operations of loading, unloading or transshipment; loss or damage caused in accident suffered by the insured transport vehicle.
  • Lack of Delivery: Covers the loss and / or single or qualified theft, according to legal definition of one or more complete packages (content and packaging), which is found divided the dispatch, according to the transport documents.
  • Particular Average: Consider breakage, contamination, humidity, damage, stains, dents, rust, contact with oil or grease; spills, waste, evaporation or seepage from broken packaging, bumps and falls of ground property. These damages refer to content and not the packaging.
  • Particular Average: Consider breakage, contamination, humidity, damage, stains, dents, rust, contact with oil or grease; spills, waste, evaporation or seepage from broken packaging, bumps and falls of ground property. These damages refer to content and not the packaging.