Des­pi­te the grea­test care when trans­por­ting your goods, dama­ge or theft can­not be ruled out in the some­ti­mes com­plex flow of goods and glo­ba­li­zed divi­si­on of labor.

Even if the logistics ser­vice pro­vi­ders are legal­ly liable for this, it is com­mon prac­ti­ce in the trans­port indus­try for them to limit their lia­bi­li­ty in the event of loss or dama­ge or, in cer­tain cir­cum­s­tan­ces, to com­ple­te­ly exclu­de them. Nor­mal­ly, the car­ri­ers and freight for­war­ders base their lia­bi­li­ty on the weight of the ship­ment or the num­ber of packages.

The lia­bi­li­ty limit of the freight for­war­der is sub­ject to the gene­ral terms and con­di­ti­ons of Sped­log­wiss (latest ver­si­on) which can be view­ed at the fol­lowing link> ABG’s Sped­log­wiss.

A trans­port insuran­ce pro­tects your capi­tal in the sen­se that in the event of loss or dama­ge, the repla­ce­ment value of your goods will be reim­bur­sed. At the same time you deter­mi­ne the cos­ts, the coverage and the desi­red service.

We would be hap­py to advi­se you com­pre­hen­si­ve­ly on the sub­ject of trans­port insurance.

Transport Insurance


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