Avoid Transit
Insure your consignment to ensure
it arrives safely in one piece.

What's Goods in Transit Insurance?

This cover provides indemnity against loss or damage to goods whilst in transit anywhere within Nigeria as a result of an accident, theft, collision, overturning or fire to the conveying vehicle(s).
What's in it for you?
  • All Risk Cover: This covers loss or damage by any accident or misfortune whilst the insured property is in transit as described in the schedule or whilst in course of loading and unloading into or unloading from a conveyance or whilst temporarily housed in the ordinary course of transit;
  • Restricted Cover: This covers loss or damage from named perils like fire, accidental collision, impact, overturning of the conveying vehicle or theft following accidental collision or overturning of the vehicle.
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How does it work?
  • The general description of the goods covered
  • The maximum value payable under the policy
  • The value of any one consignment

Under this policy, you are covered against loss or damage to property arising from accidents while loading, unloading of goods, and whilst goods are in transit.

The insured is required to periodically provide the insurer with:

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Our insurance claims are settled with the utmost transparency and ease. Contact us today to get you started.

Here is what you need to know about Goods in Transit Insurance:
    • Wear and tear
    • Consequential loss
    • Mechanical, electrical, or electronic breakdown
    • War or warlike activities
    • Nuclear or radioactive accidents
    • Terror related risks

    In the event of a claim, we have the option of settling the loss by payment, repair, reinstatement, or replacement.

    Yes, installments can be made in annual, biannual, or quarterly installments.

    • Non-payment of premiums are considered
    • Inability to substantiate the claim

    Yes, you can make a debit standing order to make payments to our bank account.

    No, your policy is not transferable.