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The transportation industry aids in the movement of food, fuel and goods that are necessary to keep our world operating. The industry is subject to specialised legislation, unique duties of care and sometimes complex systems of management. 

Our dedicated industry specialists focus solely on the needs of the transportation industry. We devise products, services and applications to help clients best manage risks and prepare for the unexpected so they can get where they want to go quickly and efficiently.  

Search below to learn more about the spectrum of standard and specialty insurance products and services we offer members of the transportation industry.

Products and Services for the Transportation Industry

Inland Marine

Protection for assets that are moveable or mobile in nature, in transit or in storage, where specialisation is needed or unique exposures exist.

Marine Liability

Third party liability insurance protecting the Insured against their legal liabilities arising from the insured activities.

Public Liability

Public Liability provides indemnity to an Insured for his legal liabilities as well as legal liabilities of his representatives and employees arising in connection with the Insured’s business, carried out at and from the specific place of business.

Yard Entry Scheme

Yard Entry Scheme (Y.E.S) is a tailor-made solution catered to shipyard contractors that meets most shipyard insurance requirements and obligations. Each Y.E.S policy includes a Work Injury Compensation Act (WICA) insurance and Public Liability insurance that is tailored for shipyard contractors.

Marine Cargo

Comprehensive cover against risks of loss or damage of goods in transit from point A to B by sea, air (including courier) and land.

Marine Loss Control Engineering

Our Marine Loss Control Engineering (MLCE) team has experienced loss control professionals throughout the region to help policyholders reduce trade and transportation risks and minimise costly delays.

Work Injury Compensation Act

An employer may be legally liable to provide compensation to his workers and their dependents for personal injury/death by accident arising out of and during the course of employment. The Work Injury Compensation Act (WICA) covers the employer for such liabilities.