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 inter-modal transport. Our cargo insurance provides cover against these risks.
We write a book of specialist regional cargo business from our Singapore office, with a focus on project cargo and rejection risk.
- Project cargo
- Rejection risk
Our maximum line size is USD40m.
Tokio Marine Kiln announces latest Lloyd's syndicate forecasts
04 November 2021
Tokio Marine Kiln announces latest Lloyd's syndicate results and forecasts
TMK's CEO Brad Irick shares the value of Allyship with the ACIN
28 October 2021
TMK's CEO Brad Irick, alongside fellow senior industry leaders, reinforced the importance of their roles to bring more inclusion and help drive tangible change at Lloyd's and the across the London Insurance Market.
TMK and CarbonChain partner to evaluate customers’ carbon emissions
21 October 2021
Tokio Marine Kiln today announced that it has partnered with CarbonChain, a startup building technology solutions, to measure greenhouse gas emissions to inform underwriting decisions.