Marine Port Liability Insurance

Marine Port Liability Insurance :

No two operators face an identical range of risks and so it is essential to tailor cover to individual situations. Insurance is designed to operate alongside other covers, minimising the chance of gaps or overlapping covers.

Many port and terminal operators engage in other activities such as freight forwarding or logistics operations and these can be covered in conjunction with port liability risks.

Standard covers include:
  • Liabilities for loss of or damage to cargo and customers’ equipment and ships
  • Loss of or damage to equipment including loss due to strikes, riots and terrorist risks
  • Liabilities arising from errors and omissions including delay and unauthorised delivery
  • Third party liabilities including impact and sudden accidental pollution
  • Fines for regulatory breach including eg customs, pollution and safety at work
  • Wreck removal costs
  • Investigation, defence and mitigation costs
  • Disposal costs following an accident
  • Quarantine and disinfection costs
Property covers include:
  • Buildings
  • Docks and wharfs
  • Berths
  • Quays
  • Jetties
  • Dolphins
  • Machinery
  • Handling equipment
  • Straddle carriers
  • Cranes
  • Reach stackers
  • Top lifters
  • Fork lifts
  • Ship-loaders
  • Elevators
  • Conveyors
  • RoRo ramps
  • Tractor units
  • Locomotives and rolling stock
  • Rail & road infrastructure
  • Contents
Additional covers may include:
  • Business interruption risks
  • Fire legal liability
  • Infringement of personal rights
  • Liability as a supplier of advice and information
  • Hull and P&I risks

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