Marine Transit

Contact Finsura Corporate to discuss how we can assist insuring your company.

 Ph: 02 8397 8222 or request a call back online below.

Finsura is widely known as a specialist Marine Cargo Insurance Broker. We can cater for all forms of Cargo whether being shipped locally or Internationally, and via any form of transportation.

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Marine Cargo:

Marine cargo insurance covers the risks of loss or damage to goods and merchandise while in transit by any method of transport – sea, rail, road or air – and while in storage anywhere in the world between the points of origin and final destination.

Marine Liability:

Marine liability provides solutions for companies with exposures in the marine and international shipping industry. This includes protection and indemnity, pollution, charter liability, port authorities, ship repairers and terminal operators.

Finsura Corporate Advantage

Local Broking, Claims and Risk Engineering. What does this mean for you?

The Finsura Corporate team manages broking the risk, risk management, enquiries and claims. This means that you receive personal and knowledgeable service on each account. Each team member has, on average, fifteen years experience in servicing Australia’s largest and most diverse industries. We understand that getting the right program is vital to your firms stability and success. 

From the first call, the team will proactively work with you to understand the business exposures, research the client’s business and deliver a customised insurance and risk management program.

In the event of a claim, the claims officer is fully responsible for the claim from start to finish. If a loss occurs our claims officer will arrange the appropriate meetings (including site visits if required) to ensure the process is active and to help mitigate any further risks.

Target Risks

  • Manufacturers – importing raw materials and distributing finished goods

  • Wholesalers – importing stock and distributing sales

  • Primary producers – exporting products like beef, lamb, fish and cotton etc.

  • Miners – exporting coal, iron ore or bauxite

  • Retailers – importing stock and moving sales, purchases and stock transfers

  • Repairers – importing spare parts and sending customers’ goods.