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Increasing Cargo Risk Is Testing Resourcefulness of Inland Marine Carriers

A panel of experts gathered by AM BestTV at the 89th Annual Meeting of the Inland Marine Underwriters Association, held in Leesburg, Va., said cargo carriers are assuming a broader range of exposures but are dealing with a narrowing base of clients.

May 20, 2019

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