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Do you need freight insurance?

When it comes to protecting your freight, you probably have some questions. How much does freight insurance cost? Is my less-than-truckload (LTL) freight already covered under carrier liability? And, is freight insurance worth it? We’re here to give you the 411! While many shippers rely on the carrier’s limits of liability to protect their freight, it may not cover the full value of your goods. That’s why, if you have high-value shipments, it’s a good idea to invest in LTL freight insurance.
LEARN THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN CARRIER LIABILITY AND INSURANCE
Do you need freight insurance?

Protect Your Valuable Cargo With Freight Insurance

Understanding your freight insurance options is important to your bottom line. You don’t want to find out about costly gaps in your coverage when it’s too late! Through UPS Capital — a premier national insurance provider — you have access to robust freight insurance that truly protects your shipments, no matter which carrier you ship with. With full value repayment, disaster protection and faster claims processing, UPS Capital offers the flexible, affordable coverage you deserve.
SEE WHY YOU NEED FREIGHT INSURANCE THROUGH UPS CAPITAL
Protect Your Valuable Cargo With Freight Insurance

Insurance coverage is underwritten by an authorized insurance company and issued through licensed insurance producers affiliated with UPS Capital Insurance Agency, Inc., and other affiliated insurance agencies. UPS Capital Insurance Agency, Inc. and its licensed affiliates are wholly owned subsidiaries of UPS Capital Corporation. The insurance company, UPS Capital Insurance Agency, Inc. and its licensed affiliates reserve the right to change or cancel the program at any time. Insurance coverage is governed by the terms, conditions, limitations and exclusions set forth in the applicable insurance policy. No warranty, guarantee, or representation, either express or implied, is made as to the correctness or sufficiency of any information contained herein. Coverage is not available in all jurisdictions.