Baltimore Bridge collapse could lead to cargo claims


A UK-based insurance facilitator has warned that delays caused by the Baltimore Bridge collapse could lead to claims for spoiled and delayed cargo

Transits are being delayed, potentially spoiling cargoes, as the aftermath of the Baltimore Bridge collapse continues to impact shipping in the area.

Nick Evans, head of product at UK-based insurance facilitator, Insurwave, warns that ships are being held for three weeks increasing the likelihood of substantial cargo claims because of spoiled goods or simply late delivery.

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