Insurance

We make sure your trophy is insured till it’s hanging on your wall!

When the journey is long, unfortunate situations may occur. Therefore, we always insure your trophy on each transport. We follow all the rules in terms of transportation and have all the necessary insurances and documents. Your hunting trophies will be covered from the sender address to the deliver address – therefore, your trophy is insured during the whole transport. The insurance covers; Trophy value, taxidermy invoice, packaging and freight.

The insurance covers:

  • The cost at a Danish/European taxidermist if your trophy is unfortunate to be damaged during the shipping.
  • If your trophy has gone missing during transportation

The insurance costs:

0,75%

Of the following costs: Trophy value, taxidermy invoice, packaging and freight.

No reasons to worry

We are so fortunate to be working with the best suppliers on the market, therefore, you can be absolutely sure that we have prepared for the worst case scenario. There is no need to be worried – so lay back and think about the beautiful trophy that is coming your way soon.

In General

All services rendered are subject to the General Conditions of the Nordic Association of Freight Forwarders (NSAB 2000). Under these conditions our liability for loss of, deterioration of or damage to goods is limited to SDR 8,33 per kg and our liability for delay is limited to the amount of the freight, but not exceeding SDR 50,000 per order. In connection with storage, the freight forwarders total liability for damage is limited to SDR 500,000 for any incident of damage occurred (clause 27). Special attention is directed to the stipulations that claims against the freight forwarder are statue-barred after one year (clause 30) and that the lien on goods (clause 14) applies to both current and previous claims. Claims for freight etc. must be honoured regardless of the terms of delivery under the contract of sale or freight agreement (clause 10).”

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