With our extensive experience, we can help you cover all liability risks that you as a freight forwarder, transport or logistics company are exposed to at home and abroad.
We offer insurance solutions that are individually tailored to your needs in addition to an excellent in-house claims management.
As transport liability professionals, we are very familiar with:
- all international liability principles with regard to the transportation of goods by land, sea or air, such as CMR (Convention on the Contract for the International Carriage of Goods by Road), Warsaw Convention, Montreal Convention, CMNI (Budapest Convention on the Contract for the Carriage of Goods by Inland Waterway),
- the relevant German legal provisions, such as the German Commercial Code (HGB), German Road Haulage Act (GüKG),
- legal requirements of other relevant countries,
- the relevant terms and conditions, such as the General German Freight Forwarding Terms and Conditions (ADSp)
- Individual agreements between you and your customer.
We offer all industry-relevant insurance covers and special solutions, such as:
- Forwarding Agent Transport General Policy (All Risks),
- Carriers' Liability,
- Logistics insurance, logistics insurance program
A carriers' liability insurance provides insurance protection in the event that you are liable for a damage that has occurred on the basis of a transport contract concluded with a client (forwarder, freight or storage contract) in accordance with statutory provisions (e.g. HGB, CMR, Montreal Convention, Warsaw Convention, national statutory provisions of other countries, etc.).
Every freight forwarder, carrier or warehousing company needs a carriers' liability insurance, because without valid and adequate insurance protection they would, in practice, not receive any transportation orders. If you take out a carriers' liability insurance, you can also refer on the General German Freight Forwarding Terms and Conditions (ADSp) and the limits of liability as contained therein. These limits of liablity can secure a company's survival, this is particularly true for warehouse keepers, as they could otherwise be faced with unlimited liability in the case of loss. However, in accordance with Article 7 a of the German Road Haulage Act (GüKG) there is a legal obligation to insure for the carrier who is engaged in the commercial road haulage sector and who transports goods within Germany.