Whether you operate a large national fleet, carry or store dangerous goods, are a regional enterprise or an owner driver, we safeguard your transport and logistics business so you can stay on the move, whatever challenges you encounter.
Our industry specialists understand your business sector and model because Gallagher has more than 30 years’ experience in catering to transport clients – and our on the ground presence of 30 branches means we are where you are across Australia.
Working with our partners in the industry, including peak organisations, we have developed three sector-specific insurance packages that are exclusive to Gallagher. These packages cover the risks we know are common for all transport operators and can be customised with a range of additional covers to suit your needs. We are a full service insurance broker and also provide risk management and insurance solutions for all the exposures your business might face, including workers’ compensation, health and safety and business income protection.
Truckpac provides your business with a base cover and additional benefits that are specific to your industry - including motor vehicle cover, public and products liability, Marine Carriers Cargo and Business Interruption. The product has been built on a deep understanding of the needs and challenges facing truck drivers in Australia and the need to protect goods in transit.
Over the past 30 years, Gallagher has developed deep capability and expertise in the Australian fuel and transport sector. Through our national team of specialist advisors, we are looking after businesses of all shapes and sizes - from large globals through to regional multi-fleet owners.
Oilpac is a fuel and dangerous goods insurance product that provides a base cover and additional benefits specific to the fuel industry. Where clients are looking for a more comprehensive cover arrangement, we can also provide expertise across management liability, business income protection, and credit insurance.
Exclusive to Gallagher, a solution offering comprehensive cover for clients that have any transit or storage risks locally and overseas.
If the damage is discovered at time of delivery the receiver should endorse the delivery docket/packing list as ‘received damaged’ and the driver should co-sign.
The basis of settlement in most insurance policies is the market value of the vehicle at the time of loss or the sum insured, whichever is the lesser. To ensure you receive an accurate entitlement get regular agreed value sum insured assessments that are signed off by your insurer.
No, a prime mover towing for another company has a duty of care for the trailer and so requires extended trailer in control cover added to their policy.
Transport companies often carry the blame in apportionment decisions. Gallagher recommends the installation of onboard digital cameras, plus we have developed a Glove Box Kit guide to what to do in the event of an accident.
No it’s not. You need to take out either goods in transit or marine transit insurance, otherwise you are only covered for damage to your trailer, not the contents of the load you are carrying.
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