International Shipping Insurance for Export cargo Import freight. Household Goods Moving Insurance

At Shipping-Insurance .com  we work to provide care for your export cargo, import freight and household goods moving via international ocean air or land transportation. Export insurance protects your ocean cargo & air freight during the transit to overseas destinations. Import insurance provides coverage when you're bringing goods to your home country. International shipping insurance also covers the transport of personal shipments: cars, recreational vehicles, boats, household goods, etc. export cargo insurance import freight insurance


Export Insurance| Import Insurance | Moving Insurance
for International Shipping of Export cargo & Import freight

   Here we follow a sample export cargo, import freight and household goods shipment to show how the international shipping insurance applies.

MOVING INSURANCE FOR HOUSEHOLD GOODS & VEHICLES SHIPPING

Since you're the shipper and receiver of your own goods - it's your responsibility to arrange the moving insurance for the whole domestic or international transportation. It applies to your household goods, personal effects, fine arts, cars, motorcycles, boats, recreational vehicles, etc.
1. Prepare household goods for international shipping: provide proper packaging, issue itemized inventory list.
2. Book the shipment with a freight forwarder or worldwide moving company.
3. Arrange for international shipping insurance based on the moving list and booking details.
4. Turn over the goods and vehicles to the moving company, get signed pick-up receipt.
5. Obtain shipping documents: ocean bill of lading or airway bill.
6. Inspect your shipment upon arrival. In case of damages, losses, shortages, non-delivery immediately notify insurance company, movers and carriers. Get the inspection report from the insurance surveyor and file the claim.

EXPORT INSURANCE FOR OCEAN CARGO & AIR FREIGHT

Many exporters arrange international shipping insurance and freight but pass on the cost to the buyer. Foreign buyers often insist on this service, because freight insurance rates in the USA are relatively cheap.
1. Prepare cargo for overseas shipping: provide proper packaging, marking; issue packing list.
2. Book the shipment with a freight forwarder or directly with an ocean or air carrier.
3. Arrange for export insurance based on the terms of sale and booking details.
4. Turn over the export cargo to the trucking company, get signed pick-up receipt.
5. Notify the receiver about departure; obtain ocean bill of lading or airway bill.
6. Follow up with the consignee upon arrival to make sure the goods arrived undamaged. In case of damages have receiver send you the inspection report. Immediately notify insurance company, freight forwarder and carriers.

IMPORT INSURANCE FOR OCEAN CARGO & AIR FREIGHT

You will minimize your risks if you arrange international shipping insurance for goods that you import. You'll know how much you are paying and what's included. Your supplier might not be able to give you full details of insurance cover they arrange, or if they do, the information may not be entirely reliable.
1. Supplier prepares cargo for international shipping, provides packing list and shipping invoice.
2. Book shipment with a transport company or have your supplier arrange for the transport.
3. Arrange for import insurance based on the terms of sale and booking details. 4. Receive shipping documents (ocean bill of lading or airway bill) from the shippers.
5. Clear the import shipment through the US Customs.
6. Immediately inspect cargo upon receipt for any damages or shortages. Obtain the inspection report from the insurance surveyor. Notify insurance company, freight forwarder, carriers or any logistics provider involved.

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