WELCOME TO FREIGHT INSURANCE !

How does a company get to be over 60 years old, while still staying relevant today? The answer lies in maintaining a strong set of values while keeping our clients’ needs primary in everything we do. As a mutual insurance company, we are owned by our policyholders who share in freight insurance's actual financial results through annual dividends*. These payments are determined by the firm’s profits, and freight insurance company has paid a dividend every year since 1957. We take the very long view, invest soundly, and maintain a strong capital base that enables us to meet our insurance commitments today and far into the future. Our sole responsibility is to our clients and policyholders, and that is reflected in everything we do.


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YOUR CAPITAL SHIELD !

 

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BUILT FOR THE LONG TERM

With a legacy that began in 1860,Freight Insurance Company has successfully weathered many market cycles. Our clients rely on us to be here when they and their loved ones need us. Our recognition of that requirement has shaped the firm throughout the years, enabling Freight Insurance company to prosper and grow.

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WE WORK HARDER FOR YOU

At Freight Insurance Company, we keep our founding principles in sight, and regard them as critical to the success and integrity of the company. Each employee and financial representative lives by Freight Insurance company’s values:

1.We do the right thing  2.People Count 3.We hold ourselves to very high standards

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WE DELIVER OUR PROMISES

Our clients’ and our policyholders’ long-term interests take precedence over market demands. We take a careful, balanced approach to our financials, keeping our capital base strong to provide a sturdy foundation from which we can meet our goals.We have a tradition of delivering on promises and a commitment to creating a better future for our customers and employees.

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