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  • 2017 - 04 - 03
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    The loss of the Italian special line at sea During the transportation of marine cargo, the loss of a ship or cargo due to maritime risks and foreign risks is called maritime loss. In the marine transportation cargo insurance business, maritime losses can be classified according to Figure 9-2. (1) Total loss Total loss (total loss), referred to as total loss, refers to the total loss of the entire batch of goods or an indivisible batch of goods in transit or equivalent to all losses. Total loss is divided into actual total loss and presumed total loss. The actual total loss of the Italian special line, the actual total loss (actual total loss), also known as the absolute total loss, refers to the insured entity has been completely lost. Article 245 of China's Maritime Law stipulates: &#...
  • 2017 - 04 - 03
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    British special line 2. Special foreign risks Special foreign risks refer to wars, ethnic conflicts or changes in a country ’s military, politics, national policies, laws and administrative measures, such as wars, strikes, undeliverables, refused to import or confiscation, etc. . 1) War risks ‘Su, war risks (war risks) refers to the loss of goods caused by war, hostile acts and the resulting capture, detention, etc. UK Special Line 2) Strike risks Strikes risks refer to the loss of goods caused by the actions of strikers or people participating in the struggle of the people. 3) Rejection risk Rejection risk (rejection risk) refers to the risk that the goods are rejected by the importing country's government or relevant authorities for r- or confiscation at the port of import. British g...
  • 2017 - 04 - 03
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    French special line 5) Hook loss I! _, A hook damage (hook dayiage) mainly refers to the damage of the packaging or the goods due to the use of hand hooks and hooks during the loading and unloading and handling of bagged or bundled goods. 6) Rusting Rusting refers to the fact that metal or metal products and other goods are not rusted during shipment, but rust damage occurs during transportation due to oxidation of the French special line. ‘,’ Gan 7) Fresh water rain shower Fresh water rain (fresh and rain water damage) refers to the water stains on the goods caused by the melting of fresh water, rain water and ice and snow. , ',' Household 'less 8) Heat and moisture only Heat and moisture (Sweating and Heating) refers to the risk of moisture condensation in the cabin due to te...
  • 2017 - 04 - 03
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    The theft of the entire ship or part of the cargo carried by the Japanese special line. The target of the theft is often high-value cargo. (3) Systematic theft. Systematic theft (system's theft) refers to the application of information systems to change, replace or delete files to achieve the purpose of obtaining a batch of marine cargo. This type of stealing requires mastering the company's internal information or being able to enter the company's computer system. Japan Line 2) Leakage Leakage refers to the loss caused by the damage of the container during the transportation of liquid or semi-liquid goods. 3) A short amount of ‘. ,. Shortage in weight refers to the risk that the weight of the goods in the package or in bulk is found to be short during the transportation or whe...
  • 2017 - 04 - 03
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    The German special line extraneous risks refers to other risks than natural disasters and accidents, but does not include the inevitable loss caused by the defects of the goods themselves. Foreign risks can be divided into general foreign risks and special foreign risks. 1. General foreign risk General foreign risk refers to the risk caused by general foreign reasons, mainly including theft, leakage, short amount, collision damage, hook damage, rust, fresh water rain, heat and moisture. , German special line 1) Theft Theft is one of the external risks that may be encountered in the transportation of marine cargo, which can be divided into the following three forms. (1) Theft. Theft (pilferage) refers to the act of stealing a ship ’s cargo when the thief personally discovers the opportunity...
  • 2017 - 04 - 03
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    Taiwan special line! Collision refers to the forceful contact of a ship with other ships or other fixed, flowing solid objects. For example, ships collide with icebergs, bridges, docks, and light beacons. If the loss of the ship is caused by the waves hit by the passing ship, or a collision or collision accident occurs during repairs in the port, it is not covered by the collision risk. '; · Taiwan special line 5). Fire 'ire) refers to the burning or scorching, burning, fumigation of ships or cargoes, as well as water stains or other losses caused by fire fighting and moving cargoes, firefighting irrigation, etc., Zhang 6 ) Explosion (explosion) refers to the explosion caused by the explosion of the ship ’s equipment or the ship ’s cargo due to changes in external conditions, ...
  • 2017 - 04 - 03
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    U.S. Green Line 2. Accidents Accidents at sea risk (fortuitous accidents) are accidents caused by accidental or unintended unexpected causes, such as ship stranding, hitting rocks, sinking, collision, fire, explosion, etc. 1) Stranding ‘stranding’ means that the ship comes into contact with the seabed, shoals, embankments or other obstacles under unforeseen circumstances, and puts it on hold for a period of time so that the ship cannot move freely and continue to complete the transportation task. US special line 2) Strike a reef (striking a reef) refers to a state where the hull or bottom of the ship accidentally rubs over rocks or other obstacles in the water during the voyage, but still can continue to move forward. The prerequisite for reef contact is that the ship can continue to move ...
  • 2017 - 04 - 03
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    American Consolidation 2) Lightning ”'Lightning in marine risk' refers to the loss caused directly by ships and cargoes due to lightning strikes, or the damages caused by fire caused by lightning strikes. 3) Tsunami (tsunami) ) Refers to the tremendous waves generated by the violent turbulence of the sea caused by the Haiti earthquake or the sea storm, resulting in the damage or loss of cargo and ships. 4) Earthquake (earthquake) is the crustal vibration caused by changes in the earth ’s interior. It may affect cargo ships moored at the port, and when an earthquake occurs on the seabed, it often causes seawater to vibrate, causing the ship to capsize and sink instantly, with serious consequences. '5) Volcanic eruption Volcanic eruption refers to the volcanic eruption. The loss ...
  • 2017 - 04 - 03
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    The risks covered by the marine cargo transportation insurance in Thailand can be divided into two major categories, namely marine risks and foreign risks. Among them, marine risks are divided into natural disasters and accidents, and external risks are divided into general external risks and special external risks. Natural disasters and accidents encountered. 1. Natural disasters Thailand special line Natural disasters (natural calamities) refer to disasters caused by the forces of nature that do not transfer human will, such as bad weather, lightning, tsunami, earthquake, volcanic eruption, flood, etc. 1) Bad weather: Heavy weather generally refers to the hull rupture, damage to the ship's machinery and equipment caused by the ship's bumps and tilts caused by natural phenomena su...
  • 2017 - 04 - 03
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    The Malaysian green international marine transportation insurance is referred to as marine cargo insurance, which refers to marine cargo or ships as the insurance subject, and takes the risks, losses and expenses that the cargo and ships may suffer during marine transportation as a type of protection. Insurance. Maritime insurance belongs to the category of property insurance and is the most important kind of insurance in international cargo transportation. International marine transportation is faced with special risks, such as irresistible natural disasters such as typhoons and tsunamis at sea, accidents such as reef strikes and stranding, and disasters such as pirate and crew illegal behavior. There are also costs incurred to minimize losses. Therefore, the insurance cover of marine car...
From the Netherlands to Hong Kong, according to the definition of Article 3 of the 'Regulations of the People's Republic of China on the Supervision of Processing Trade Goods' issued by the Customs in 2004: 'Processing trade refers to the importation of all or part of the original and auxiliary materials, spare parts, components and packaging by the operating enterprise. Materials (hereinafter referred to as 'material parts'), after processing or assembly, the business activities of re-exporting the finished products, including processing of incoming materials and proce...
Release time: 2016 - 09 - 05
Japan to Hong KongThe nature of the processing businessProcessing of incoming materials is different from general import and export trade. General import and export trade belongs to the sale of goods; although the processing of incoming materials has the import of raw materials and parts and the export of finished products, it does not belong to the sale of goods. Because the ownership of raw materials and finished products always belongs to the entrusting party, there is no transfer in the process of one in and one out. The entrusting party only provides labor services and collects the agreed...
Release time: 2016 - 09 - 05
Europe to Hong KongFeed processing business1. The meaning of feed processing businessIncoming materials processing generally refers to purchasing raw materials from abroad, processing and producing finished products and then selling them abroad. Because the purpose of importing raw materials is to support exports, it is also called 're-export of feed processing' and 'export by import'. Incoming material processing is similar to incoming material processing, that is, both are 'outside' processing trade methods, but both are clearEurope is different from Hong Kong. First,...
Release time: 2016 - 09 - 05
International logistics is conducive to production and sales, according to the market and customer needs to organize materials, arrange production, to avoid blind production caused by inventory backlog, thereby accelerating capital turnover.(3) The international circulation mode that combines foreign resources and markets with domestic production capacity during feed processing is also a form of international division of labor. By carrying out feed processing, the advantage of relatively low labor prices can be fully utilized, and the relatively surplus processing capacity can be effectively u...
Release time: 2016 - 09 - 05
International logistics barter trade1. The meaning of barter tradeBarter trade refers to a method of direct exchange of equivalent goods or basic equivalent goods between buyers and sellers. In the practice of international goods, there are two forms of narrow barter and broad barter. The narrow sense of bartering refers to the way in which buyers and sellers exchange goods directly. Their characteristics are: the value of the goods exchanged by both parties is equal or similar; they are traded at the same time; they do not pay money; they do not involve third parties, that is, no third partie...
Release time: 2016 - 09 - 05
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