The transportation of goods by road and sea underwent a revolution with the introduction of the shipping container in 1954. However, the risks of loss or damage facing cargo owners continue to evolve, even with advances in the quality of intermodal transport. Our cargo insurance provides cover against these risks.
Our history in providing marine insurance around the world makes us experts in a wide variety of ocean and inland marine exposures. So, whether you are a major international manufacturer or small business, we can tailor a plan for your business.
We write a book of specialist regional cargo business with a focus on project cargo and rejection risk.
- Broad protection on goods in transit worldwide, including marine storage
- Coverage that is tailored to the size and complexity of your unique exposure
- Marine industry expertise
- Fast, flexible underwriting response
- Annual, open or short-term cargo insurance for domestic and international shipments
- Complex and unusual cargo risk coverage
- Project cargo, with optional cover for consequential loss
- Rejection risk
- Single shipment
- Goods in transit
Our maximum line size is USD40m.
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TMK’s Property and Cyber teams top London’s Leading Underwriter Report 2023
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TMK aims to double size of Lloyd’s Asia portfolio
01 November 2023
TMK’s Regional Managing Director for Asia Pacific, Pavlos Spyropoulos, outlined TMK’s aims to double the premium written through its Lloyd’s Asia operation in Singapore by 2027