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Goods in Transit Insurance - Business or Personal goods whilst in transit can be insured via Goods in Transit insurance. Talk with your insurance broker about your local or international Goods in Transit requirements. Transporting your goods? Protect yourself from loss and damage through goods in transit insurance in Australia.

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    Goods in Transit Insurance

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    Goods in Transit Insurance is insurance that covers goods and cargo from becoming damaged or lost when being transported between locations. Transit insurance can cover both personal goods or business goods that are in transit. Goods in transit insurance can cover goods transported both locally and internationally.

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    Goods in transit insurance cover goods, both personally and business goods, whilst in transit both locally or internationally.

    Goods in transit cover may include:

    • Damage to the goods from fire, water, flood, explosion, impact, vandalism or damage whilst goods are in transit.
    • When the vehicle transporting the goods suffers overturning or a collision.
    • Theft of the goods from forced entry whilst goods were secured.
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    Goods in transit costs are determined by a few key variables:

    • Goods that are being transported; value and type of goods.
    • Security for the goods whilst in transit.
    • Type of transport that the goods will utilise. 
    • Source and destination of the goods.

    What is key to remember is that the cost of Goods in Transit Insurance is often a function of the coverage being provided, so cheaper Goods in Transit Insurance may not always offer the same levels of coverage as more expensive alternatives. You want to consider your coverage requirements first, and then seek to find and determine the costs associated.

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    Using an Insurance Broker for your Goods in Transit insurance needs ensures that your business or personal goods are insured for its risks. Every business is different and an insurance broker can help by assessing your unique business risk profile and providing advice on the best insurance cover, including your Goods in Transit insurance for your business.

    An insurance broker will also help when it comes time to claim, advocating for you to negotiate the best outcome in the settlement of your claim with the insurer. So whether it's the loss of or damage to goods caused by accident or by the deliberate act of a third party, fire, explosion, lightning or flood or collision of the goods, your Insurance Broker can assist you to be covered whilst your Goods are in Transit.

    Goods in Transit Insurance FAQs

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    Goods in Transit Insurance may be required by individuals and businesses in Retail and Consumer, Bottle Shop, Shop, Transportation and Infrastructure, Transport & Logistics, Warehousing and International Freight. 

    Types of insurance that you may also consider alongside Goods in Transit Insurance include Cyber, Small Business, Commercial Property, Trades, Truck, Business Interruption, Commercial Motor Fleet and Premium Funding as well as Business Packs. 

    Talk to an insurance broker specialising in Goods in Transit Insurance to find out if you need Goods in Transit Insurance.
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    Advisr has 877 insurance brokers and 139 insurance brokerages specialising in Goods in Transit Insurance. To find the right insurance broker who specialises in Goods in Transit Insurance, check out this page for specialist Goods in Transit Insurance Brokers.

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    Advisr is built to help you understand your insurance needs and find an insurance broker that is right for you.

    Marine Insurance

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    Marine Insurance provides businesses with coverage for loss or damage that occurs to vessels, boats and cargo as well as the delivery and management of goods. Marine Insurance is available for businesses looking to insuer commercial vessels, watercraft, boats, ferries, the transportation of cargo and for management and running of a marina.

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    Marine Insurance covers a business from the financial loss associated with damage, theft or destruction to vessels, commercial facilities such as marinas, goods in storage. 
    The coverage of various marine insurance policies may differ, so please consider engaging an expert to help you find and select the most appropriate product for your needs. 
     
    Marine Insurance policies may cover: 
    Goods in transit 
    Business and organisations operating marinas, marine service providers, port authorities, ship repairers and yacht clubs. 
    Commercial vessels such as tourist boats, whale watching, fishing vessels and bardges for losses that occur or liability events.
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    Marine Insurance costs are determined by size and scope of the insurance being required. Some areas to consider are the vessels age, its usage and frequency of use, how often it is maintained and its service record.

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    Using an Insurance Broker for your Marine insurance needs ensures that your business has managed its risks. Every business is different and an insurance broker can help by assessing your unique business risk profile and providing advice on the best insurance cover, including Marine insurance for your business. An insurance broker will also help when it comes time to claim, advocating for you to negotiate the best outcome in the settlement of your claim with the insurer.

    So whether it's accidental damage or sinking of your vessel, or loss or damage to your property or other goods whilst in transit, your Insurance Broker can assist you to be covered.

    Truck Insurance

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    Truck Insurance is insurance for transport companies that utilise heavy vehicles and plant. Truck insurance is different from commercial motor policies and is better aligned to the insurance needs that come with Trucks.

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    Truck Insurance provides insurance cover for your Prime Movers, Heavy Rigid, Light Trucks.

    Truck insurance may include coverage for:

    • Damage or loss of your truck - some polices may include new for old replacement options.
    • Damage to third party people or property. 
    • Loss or damage of truck equipment such as tarps, gates and tools.
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    The cost of Truck insurance depends on your situation and the truck you are insuring as well as the cover you choose. The cost of your premium will also depend on factors such as typical driving distances, driving records of your drivers, your claims history, policy structure and excess and whether you require wet or dry hire insurance. What is key to remember is that the cost of Truck Insurance is often a function of the coverage being provided, so cheaper Truck Insurance may not always offer the same levels of coverage as more expensive alternatives. You want to consider your coverage requirements first, and then seek to find and determine the costs associated.

    Updated: 1 year ago

    Using an Insurance Broker for your Truck insurance needs ensures that your business has managed its risks. Every business is different and an insurance broker can help by assessing your unique business risk profile and providing advice on the best insurance cover, including Truck insurance for your business. An insurance broker will also help when it comes time to claim, advocating for you to negotiate the best outcome in the settlement of your claim with the insurer.

    So whether it's stolen goods in transit, a truck accident or damage to a third party or property, your Insurance Broker can assist you to be covered.