Cargo Damage Protection Explained
Protecting your valuable classic cars during international shipping is our top concern. From the transporter picking up the car and the shipping facilities it gets loaded in, to the overseas agent handling your import - they all provide automatic coverage for your car while it is under their care. But there is one party that will not pay if anything goes wrong under their watch.
Ocean carriers transporting your containers on their ships have limited liability when it comes to any damage caused during the transportation process. In fact, they are only responsible for damage that is caused by their own negligence, which is a very narrow scope. This means that any damage caused by external factors such as weather, mishandling, or simply bad luck, will not be covered by the carrier. As a result, it is important to take the necessary precautions and opt for additional cargo damage protection to ensure that your valuable classic cars are protected from any unforeseen incidents. Don't take any chances and contact us today to learn more about how we can safeguard your valuable assets during international shipping.
If a container is dropped a few meters at the port during international shipping, it is almost certain that damage will occur. The impact of such a fall can be severe, causing dents, scratches, or even more serious damage to the valuable classic cars inside. Unfortunately, even with the utmost care and caution, accidents can happen and unforeseen incidents can occur. That is why it is essential to take proactive steps to protect your assets and ensure that they are covered in the event of any mishaps. Opting for additional cargo damage protection can give you peace of mind and safeguard your classic cars from any potential losses or damages. Don't take any risks, contact us today to learn more about how we can help you protect your valuable assets during international shipping.
Worst of it all, the customer will be stuck with the bill. As mentioned, ocean carriers hold all the cards. Contact us today to get a quote on optional cargo damage protection.