The pandemic has brought about sudden changes for cargo transportation, impacting shippers and transport companies around the world and potentially increasing the risk environment, particularly for high-value and temperature-sensitive goods. In a new risk bulletin, Allianz Global Corporate & Specialty’s risk consulting experts highlight a number of steps for cargo owners to consider when developing contingency plans. In the new bulletin AGCS’ risk consulting experts highlight a number of loss prevention measure for cargo owners, focusing on two areas in particular: risks for cargo storage and risks for goods in transit.
Source: Allianz Global Corporate & Specialty (AGCS) Africa
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