Transporting, storing and handling cargo can be risky and costly. Chubb’s Loss Control Specialists share tips on how to prevent these exposures from affecting your cargo.
Not everything is best fit for the small package shipping environment. Protecting your shipment as it makes its way among the millions of other packages handled by the largest carriers will take some effort. Download Chubb's Marine Risk Management team's tips for navigating this mode of transportation.
Historically, cargo theft occurs with greater frequency over long weekends when many facilities are unoccupied or minimally staffed. Chubb's Cargo Tips offer best practices you should consider implementing to minimize risk any time your cargo will be at rest, and at risk, for extended periods.
Reports of increased fraud at shipment sites affects shippers, freight forwarders and freight brokers. Developing and following a plan of action for shipment pickups is essential to preventing cargo theft. Chubb’s Marine Risk Management specialists are pleased to provide these tips to help prevent you from falling victim to fraud.
Chubb’s Marine Risk Management specialists offer tips on best practices for packaging, securing, and handling machinery shipments of all sizes.
Chubb’s specialists provide loss control guidelines on everything from carrier selection and packaging to storage and documentation.
While physical attributes and procedural operations vary by storage site, proactively ensuring the proper storage and handling of your merchandise is an important factor in managing future losses.
When transporting cargo, correct packaging and handling is critical to ensuring your goods arrive safe and undamaged. Chubb's Marine Risk Management specialists may help you save money, time and stress on the long haul with these key tips.
When your cargo is damaged by water or contaminated by contact with a foreign substance, it may not be easy to remedy the damage. Chubb's Marine Risk Management specialists can help give you the confidence that you’ve taken the right precautions to protect your investment.
Cargo that must remain refrigerated, frozen, chilled or heated is sensitive to damage and requires a temperature and humidity controlled environment during storage and transit. Chubb’s Marine Risk Management specialists recommend paying special attention to the packaging, handling and transportation of your temperature sensitive products.