Insurance for Shipping Businesses

Can Do It Fast? Can Do It Cheap? Can Do It Good?

Ways To Assist Busy SME Owners & HR Personnel

Which Two Ways Do You Prefer?

Type of Companies

Ship Chandlers,

Shipping Line Offices,

Shipyard contractors.,

Other Shipping / Marine.

As a platform, SGWica.info connects you with the right person for Shipping

Friendly and professional insurance representative who can advise you across as many as 17 insurers.

WICA insurance for your full or part time employees, interns, local and foreign workers.

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What are the Steps to get WICA Insurance for Shipping?

1. Fill in your basic details in the contact form

2. A professional insurance rep will contact you

3. Discuss your needs

4. Meet up with the insurance rep (online or offline)

5. Application process

6. Payment

Other Types of Insurance

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Director and officers insurance
Data breach or cyber insurance
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FWMI
Security bond

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What If

Handling heavy cargo: Workers involved in loading and unloading cargo containers or packages onto ships, trucks, or trains are at risk of musculoskeletal injuries such as strains, sprains, or hernias due to lifting heavy objects.


Falls from heights: Employees working on docks, ship decks, or in warehouses may be at risk of falls from heights, especially when working on elevated surfaces or while loading or securing cargo, resulting in injuries such as fractures, head trauma, or spinal injuries.


Slip, trips, and falls: Wet or slippery surfaces on docks, ship decks, or in warehouses, as well as uneven terrain or cluttered walkways, can pose slip, trip, and fall hazards, leading to injuries such as sprains, strains, or fractures.


Machinery accidents: Workers operating heavy machinery such as forklifts, cranes, or conveyors are at risk of accidents such as collisions, entanglements, or crush injuries if proper safety procedures are not followed or if equipment malfunctions occur.


Transportation accidents: Workers who drive or operate vehicles as part of the shipping process, such as truck drivers or forklift operators, may be involved in transportation accidents, resulting in injuries ranging from minor cuts and bruises to severe trauma or fatalities.