Inland marine insurance
Property damage involves the harm, breaking, or impairment of something your business owns. This can include your work vehicles, business property, and items they contain—such as office equipment and merchandise.
Installation floater insurance covers materials and other commercial property while they are being transported, stored, or installed at a job site or other temporary location.
Equipment floater insurance covers portable equipment and tools that are taken from one place to another, such as a worksite.
Bailee coverage is a type of inland marine coverage that provides liability insurance for another company or person’s items entrusted to you for transportation, storage, or maintenance.
Your policy limits and the value of your business property influence the cost of inland marine insurance.
Inland marine insurance protects property on the move, such as the kitchen in a food truck or a temporary art exhibit at a cafe.
Inland marine insurance protects your business property when it’s in transit or stored at a site other than your main business location. It also covers specialized high-value assets that property insurance typically doesn’t cover.