Stowaway damage may hit insurance premiums


Goods-in-transit insurance could become more difficult, more restrictive and more expensive for cross-Channel operators in light of the increasing problem of loads being spoiled by stowaways, a loss adjuster has warned. Rod Davis, senior partner at Clark Woodward Hungate,  which specialises in surveys and investigations for insurers underwriting transit liability,  told MT that operators travelling through hotspots where migrants are known to congregate will probably be liable for any damage to loads where vehicles are infiltrated, leaving their goods-in-transit insurers […]