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Cargo Advantage is the client-driven, exclusive source for the Marine Cargo Insurance Products of ACE
Asia - Pacific. Cargo Advantage contains a number of services to assist our clients, in the sometimes
complex world of Marine Cargo Insurance. Choose the services which bests suits you -

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The Double Deduction Incentives came into effect for:
1. Importers in year 1982
2. Exporters in year 1995


Premium payments in respect of marine cargo insurance paid by importers and exporters to a locally incorporated insurance company are eligible for the double deduction.

Example of PREMIUM SAVING
(Tax Relief)
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The Institute Cargo Clauses (A) provides some form of an "all risks" cover and the exclusions are spelt out in the clause wordings. 
This text does not include the policy exclusions.
For details, e-mail us at simon@simonpoonagency.net
                          


Cargo Advantage Benefits


Issue certificates with online speed and convenience
 
The SPA-ACE automated cargo certificate issuance system provides a 24hrs / 7days service, allows you to:
 
Electronically issue certificates - no more typewriters or multiple carbon forms
 
Use multiple certificate issuance stations-any authorized employee can be granted access to issue certificates
 
Create electronic copies of certificates for monthly reporting requirements.         
            

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Risk Management Services


ACE's international Marine Risk Management team will work in partnership with brokers and clients to identify and control risks within a marine transportation environment to reduce the potential for loss and damage.
While prevention will always be better than cure, in certain circumstances representations regarding ongoing risk reduction cannot be considered until initial risk exposures have been identified and a risk management program devised.
ACE is well positioned to help our clients alleviate their concerns regarding the physical aspects of cargo transportation.
ACE has a global team of highly trained and experienced maritime experts. We have the most extensive Marine Risk Management network of any insurer in the Asia - Pacific region, with specialists located in Singapore, Thailand and
Australia ready to respond to our client's needs.

ACE also produces a number of useful publications dealing with a wide range of cargo handling issues.
Please contact us if you need any further support or advice on Marine Risk Management.



        

ABOUT ACE


The ACE Group of Companies grown rapidly by building long-term partnerships with brokers and clients in each of the world’s insurance markets. Today, ACE provides a diversified range of products, services and solutions to clients through operations in nearly 50 countries around the world. From the U.S. to Japan and from the European Community to Singapore, our customers and producers know that we w ill find the right response to their risk requirements.

Our business is built on our promise to our clients, to secure their success by making their earnings secure.

Mission Statement
ACE is committed to being a leader in the international insurance and reinsurance market and is dedicated to providing:
Superior Client Value by committing substantial capital resources and creativity to the assumption and management of risk;
Superior Shareholder Value by managing capital and risks expertly, efficiently and profitably; and Superior Employee Value by creating a rewarding and ethical environment.

                                                                                                                                                                                                              


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1ST PRINCIPAL_COMMERCIAL -ENDORSEMENT / REQUEST FOR CHANGE FORM
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1ST PRINCIPAL_COMMERCIAL -ENDORSEMENT / REQUEST FOR CHANGE FORM - INTERACTIVELY FILLING WITH GOOGLE CHROME  Nov 18, 2012, 7:12 AM Simon Poon
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1ST PRINCIPAL_COMMERCIAL -ENDORSEMENT / REQUEST FOR CHANGE FORM
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1ST PRINCIPAL_COMMERCIAL -ENDORSEMENT / REQUEST FOR CHANGE FORM  Nov 18, 2012, 7:26 AM Simon Poon
 Application/Proposal
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Marine Proposal Form
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Marine Proposal Form  Mar 19, 2010, 8:23 AM Simon Poon
 Changes/Endorsement Request
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ACECommercialEndorsementNotificationForm_Webase_Editable
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Commercial Insurance Endorsement request / Request for changes Notification Form   Oct 31, 2010, 9:41 PM Simon Poon
 Claims
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Institute Cargo Clause A -CL 382-2009  60k v. 3 Oct 9, 2010, 10:11 PM Simon Poon
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Marine General_claim_form
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ACE Claim Form  Oct 9, 2010, 10:17 PM Simon Poon
 Insurer's Capacities /Underwriting
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AceMarineCargo_20061002.pdf
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ACE marine cargo insurance capacity, features & benefits, claims procedures and risk management  2603k v. 4 May 3, 2010, 9:31 PM Simon Poon
 Malaysia Laws & Acts
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Act 148 CARRIAGE BY AIR ACT 1974 Incorporating all amendments up to 1 January 2006
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Act 148 CARRIAGE BY AIR ACT 1974 Incorporating all amendments up to 1 January 2006 PUBLISHED BY THE COMMISSIONER OF LAW REVISION, MALAYSIA UNDER THE AUTHORITY OF THE REVISION OF LAWS ACT 1968 IN COLLABORATION WITH PERCETAKAN NASIONAL MALAYSIA BHD 2006   Oct 31, 2010, 9:56 PM Simon Poon
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Act 633 MALAYSIAN MARITIME EN FORCE MENT AGENC Y ACT 2004
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Act 633 MALAYSIAN MARITIME EN FORCE MENT AGENC Y ACT 2004  May 3, 2010, 9:30 PM Simon Poon
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Act 633 Malaysia n ma ritim e enfo rcement agency act 2004 Incorporating all amendments up to 1 January 2006
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Act 633 Malaysia n ma ritim e enfo rcement agency act 2004 Incorporating all amendments up to 1 January 2006  Oct 31, 2010, 10:27 PM Simon Poon
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Akta 148 AKTA PENGANGKUTAN MELALUI UDARA 1974 Mengandungi segala pindaan hingga 1 Januari 2006 DITERBITKAN OLEH PESURUHJAYA PENYEMAK UNDANG-UNDANG, MALAYSIA DI BAWAH KUASA AKTA PENYEMAKAN UNDANG-UNDANG 1968 SECARA USAHA SAMA DENGAN PERCETAKAN NASIONAL MALAYSIA BHD 2006
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Akta 148 AKTA PENGANGKUTAN MELALUI UDARA 1974 Mengandungi segala pindaan hingga 1 Januari 2006 DITERBITKAN OLEH PESURUHJAYA PENYEMAK UNDANG-UNDANG, MALAYSIA DI BAWAH KUASA AKTA PENYEMAKAN UNDANG-UNDANG 1968 SECARA USAHA SAMA DENGAN PERCETAKAN NASIONAL MALAYSIA BHD 2006  Oct 31, 2010, 9:57 PM Simon Poon
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法令148。 1974年航空运输法
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法148 1974年运输的空气法案结合所有修订至06年1月1日  Oct 31, 2010, 10:05 PM Simon Poon
 Marine Loss Prevention Tips
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A BASIC PACKING GUIDE
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A Packaging Guide which can be adopted by General Merchandise for normal acceptable standards.    Jan 13, 2013, 5:45 AM Simon Poon
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Air Cargo Loss Control
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AIR CARGO LOSS CONTROL
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Air cargo service has become more attractive to shippers as aircraft capacity, frequency of lifts, handling facilities and the number of locations serviced have been increased. Air cargo losses can be controlled with the shipper as the key figure in effective loss control. Recognition of the hazards involved, packing cargo to survive the toughest leg of the journey and prudent selection of transportation services will assist the shipper in realizing successful loss-free delivery of his or her goods. Inadequate packing and improper marking of cargo are the leading causes of air cargo losses. It is in these areas where the shipper can effectively influence the sound arrival of goods.   Jan 13, 2013, 5:50 AM Simon Poon
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A Packaging Guide which can be adopted by General Merchandise for normal acceptable standards.   789k v. 3 Jul 24, 2010, 5:49 AM Simon Poon
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CONTAINERIZED CARGO LOSS CONTROL—CONTAINERIZED CARGO
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The use of intermodal containers for the transport of a great variety of cargo has become increasingly popular in recent years. Intermodalism – a concept that embraces the movement and transfer of standardized cargo containers by sea, air and surface has greatly reduced cargo handling, particularly in Door-to-Door shipments.   Jan 13, 2013, 5:45 AM Simon Poon
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HAZARDS
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Known hazard of the marine and transportation industries and precautionary measures.   Jan 13, 2013, 5:39 AM Simon Poon
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LOSS CONTROL - STOWING CARGO
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PREPARING THE CARGO An intermodal container is essentially a ship's hold on a reduced scale. When the containers are placed aboard ship for an ocean voyage, the cargo stowed in them is subject to the same forces and damage hazards while at sea that affect cargo shipped in break-bulk fashion. The same principles and techniques that govern export packing and cargo stowage of break-bulk shipments are equally valid when preparing cargo for intermodal shipment.  Jan 13, 2013, 5:51 AM Simon Poon
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LOSS CONTROL - UNIT LOADS
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LOSS CONTROL - UNIT LOADS .Many commodities can be economically palletized or unitized to facilitate their handling, stowage and protection. Often, packing costs can also be significantly reduced. Pallet and unit loads offer the following additional advantages:   Jan 13, 2013, 5:53 AM Simon Poon
Ċ Marks_and_Symbols.pdf
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The primary purpose of marking is the identification of the shipment, enabling the carrier to forward it to the ultimate consignee.   749k v. 3 Jul 24, 2010, 2:08 PM Simon Poon
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