Adjusters must be prepared to handle water transportation claims, whether they involve a bass boat with an out-board motor or an oil tanker with a multi-million dollar cargo.
By Ken Brownlee, CPCU|February 25, 2013 at 07:00 PM|The original version of this story was published on Claims Magazine
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Consider the major U.S. harbors used for international transport, shipping U. S. raw materials to other nations and handling intermodal shipments to and from foreign ports. Were the Ports of Los Angeles (San Pedro and Long Beach), San Francisco Bay, Portland and Seattle unavailable, Asian goods would cost far more, being transported through the Panama Canal to Gulf or Atlantic harbors.
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