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Physical Address:
8 Trebyam Avenue

Rivonia, 2191
Johannesburg, South Africa
Postal Address:
PO Box 2835, Rivonia 2128,
South Africa
+ 27 11 519 9740
+ 27 11 519 9747

Transit risks and losses form an integral part of any business that makes use of a logistics chain to move their commodities. Losses can impact heavily on your profitability. Through proper management, losses can be investigated thoroughly, allowing claims to be pursued in the approved manner. This permits recoveries to be made thereby improving the profitability of an organisation.

The management of marine, land and air claims is extremely complex. This requires a thorough knowledge of International and local Conventions; such as the Hague or Hague-Visby Rules, Warsaw and Montreal Conventions and local legislation; which govern the shipment of goods. These Conventions are applicable to the movement of assorted cargoes, whether the carriage occurs via containerisation, break bulk shipments, bulk or liquid cargoes.

Claim Recovery Consultants (CRC) have the knowledge, experience and infrastructure to assist you in managing your risk, thereby reducing your exposures and losses in the Marine and Transportation environments. We specialise in assisting clients in the restructuring of their risk management profiles by offering advice on risk assessment, mitigation and recovery of losses. We are ideally positioned to investigate and pursue insurance, seafreight, airfreight and intermodal claims under contracts of insurance, sale, affreightment and claims in delict.

CRC manages transit risks in a wide variety of business sectors such as the manufacturing, trade, transportation, import and export environments. Our client base consists of a spectrum of businesses ranging from major manufacturers and distributors, through to freight forwarders, perishable exporters and importers, as well as Marine Insurers who write policies for these risks.


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