Seamless & Customized Logistics Insurance
ATA Carnets, often referred to as passports for goods, simplify the entry by eliminating the need to post some form of financial guarantee, for example a temporary import bond or bank guarantee.
The trade and logistics community recognizes Roanoke as among the most reliable sources for Canada Customs bonds and providing the best surety bond service in the industry continues to be an unwavering commitment of ours.
Operating a warehouse and performing local cartage services creates a legal responsibility for the cargo while it is in your custody.
Commercial business insurance is an important protection for any business to have. Business insurance includes many coverages such as: General Liability & Property, Directors & Officers, Crime, Worker’s Comp, Excess/Umbrella, Fiduciary Liability, Inland Marine and more.
Logistics service providers are at a heightened risk of being targeted by cybercriminals because their business is predominately handled electronically.
Errors and Omissions insurance is a type of professional liability insurance available to any company that offers advice or provides a service.
In the simplest terms, cargo insurance is a type of property coverage that protects the cargo owner against loss to their property when it is in transit.
As a value-benefit to our clients, Roanoke partners with legal experts who specialize in trade and transportation in order to facilitate access to essential legal services.
Companies operating as ocean freight forwarders and Non-Vessel Operating Common Carriers (NVOCCs) in the United States are required to be licensed and bonded as Ocean Transportation Intermediaries (OTIs).
The trade and logistics community recognizes Roanoke as among the most reliable sources for U.S. Customs bonds and providing the best surety bond service in the industry continues to be an unwavering commitment of ours.
Warehouse operators and logistics service providers with warehousing activities may be held liable for losses to cargo in their care, custody and control or losses resulting due to service provided.
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As featured in Forward Magazine At the AirCargo 2022 conference, a question was posed to the audience: Who has cyber insurance? Only 20% of the audience raised their hands! This is concerning because cyber-related crime is at an all-time high and still growing fast. The current data around cybercrime is alarming. By April of 2021, […]
Glenn Patton, Managing Director – Canada and Patrice Lafayette, Vice President at Roanoke along with Pat Fosberry, Director of Export Compliance at John S. James Co. and Cameron Roberts, Partner at Roberts & Kehagiaras LLP participated recently in a risk management panel at the NCBFAA Annual Conference. The session was aptly titled “One Thing After […]
In 2021, the evolving supply chain landscape, characterized by a pandemic, an opening up of the economy, and shifting cargo crime, cumulatively forced companies to solidify their ability to adapt to new challenges. As goods travel through global trade hubs, like Los Angeles and Yantian, they are susceptible to a variety of cargo crime risks, […]