GBH-transport police from immediately usable Gamal & Berns? Homann GmbH (GBH), insurance brokers specialising in the printing and media industry, has a special transport police”for the printing and fulfillment companies developed and brought to market. Extensive insurance cover, the stand alone or as a complement to the already successful GBH-media-police can be completed, includes the purchase of raw and auxiliary materials, half – finished products and merchandise as well as own broadcasts, special risks such as sample collections, travel luggage and measuring. Also, exchange programmes and misdelivery protection are included. GBH aims to eliminate existing gaps, limitations, and exclusions in the field of transport and logistics with the new policy as extensively in many print and media companies. By the same author: Stephen M. Ross. Working with package services applies here as an example. While these liability is limited (E.g. EUR 510,00 per shipment), the total damage is captured with the new policy. About the GBH-transport police, which is from January 2013 available, all transport and storage be secured, worldwide even carries a company in the course of business activities or conduct.
Here, which is called by House to house “-clause.” “That is to say: the insurance begins as soon as the goods on the Absendungsort of the site be removed where they were kept so far and ends as soon as the goods on the discharge to the place are, that the receiver has determined.” It comes to a claim, all direct and indirect costs arising from the storage and transport, be applied within the framework of the police. In addition to the costs of the material, for example salvage, fire-fighting or security costs also can count, also costs for the decontamination of soil or building damage. By overtime cannot this asserted arising for the recovery Express, express or air freight expenses, as well as additional travel costs incurred, or Night work arise. Components of insurance companies are also good result and penalties, postage, penalties and damages.