Marine Insurance Market Global Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Growth, Trends, and Forecast, 2021-2031

Marine Insurance Market Global Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Growth, Trends, and Forecast, 2021-2031

  • Transparency Market Research
  • June 2021
  • Retail
  • 459 pages

Report Description

Marine Insurance Market – Scope of Report

A new study on the global marine insurance market has been published by Transparency Market Research (TMR). It presents a wealth of information on key market dynamics, including drivers, market trends, and challenges, as well as the structure of the global marine insurance market across the globe. TMR’s study offers valuable information about the global marine insurance market to illustrate how the market would grow during the forecast period, 2021–2031.

Key indicators of market growth, which include value chain as well as supply chain analyses, and Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR), are elucidated in TMR’s study in a comprehensive manner. This data can help readers interpret quantitative growth aspects of the global marine insurance market during the forecast period.

An extensive analysis on business strategies of leading market players is also featured in TMR’s study on the global marine insurance market. This can help readers understand principal factors to foresee growth in the global marine insurance market. In this study, readers can also find specific data on the qualitative and quantitative growth avenues for the global marine insurance market, which is expected to guide market players in making apt decisions in the future.

Key Questions Answered in TMR’s Marine Insurance Market Study

  • What are the key factors influencing the marine insurance market in each region?
  • What will be the CAGR of the global marine insurance market between 2021 and 2031?
  • What is the future scope and current trends in technologies of the global marine insurance market?
  • What is the revenue of the global marine insurance market based on segments?
  • Which key strategies are used by top players of the global marine insurance market?
  • Which are the leading companies in the global marine insurance market?

Research Methodology – Marine Insurance Market

A unique research methodology has been utilized by TMR to conduct a comprehensive research on the growth of the global marine insurance market and arrive at conclusions on the future growth prospects of the market. This research methodology is a combination of primary and secondary research, which helps analysts warrant the accuracy and reliability of the drawn conclusions.

Secondary sources referred to by analysts during the production of the global marine insurance market report include statistics from company annual reports, SEC filings, company websites, World Bank database, investor presentations, regulatory databases, government publications, and industry white papers. Analysts have also interviewed senior managers, product portfolio managers, CEOs, VPs, and market intelligence managers, who contributed to the production of TMR’s study on the marine insurance market as a primary source.

These primary and secondary sources provided exclusive information during interviews, which serves as a validation from marine insurance industry leaders. Access to an extensive internal repository and external proprietary databases allows this report to address specific details and questions about the global marine insurance market with accuracy. The study also uses the top-down approach to assess the numbers for each segment and the bottom-up approach to counter-validate them. This has helped in making TMR’s estimates on the future prospects of the global marine insurance market more reliable and accurate.

Global Marine Insurance Market: Segmentation

Marine Insurance Market, by Risk Type

  • Ocean Cargo
  • Importers/Exporters of General Merchandise
  • Project Cargo with Delay in Startup Risk
  • Manufacturers of General Merchandise
  • Auto Manufacturers/Distributors with Substantial Risk Retention by the Assured
  • Retail Stock Throughput Accounts with Limited Static Risk and Substantial CAT & Fire Deductible
  • Heavy Equipment Manufacturers/Distributors
  • High Tech
  • Wearing Apparel
  • Coffee & Cocoa
  • Sugar in Bags and Bulk
  • Freight Forwarders
  • Specie
  • Fine Arts
  • Marine Liability
  • Shipyards/Ship Repair
  • Marine Terminal Operators (Dry & Liquid)
  • Port Authorities
  • Stevedores
  • Fleeting/Wharf Operations
  • Marine Contractors
  • Marine Product Manufacturers
  • Charterers Liabilities (Commercial Only)
  • Excess Protection & Indemnity
  • Marinas
  • US L&H: Longshore and Harbor Workers Compensation
  • Hull & Machinery Insurance
  • Tugs and Barges
  • Offshore Support/Platform Support
  • Miscellaneous Workboat Fleets
  • Research Vessels
  • Hull Builders Risk
  • Yachts
  • Inland Marine
  • Specie
  • Fine Arts
  • Armored Cars

Marine Insurance Market, by Policy/Plan Type

  • Multinational
  • Open Marine Insurance
  • Floating
  • Voyage
  • Port Risk
  • Others (Blanket Policy, Fleet Policy, etc.)

Marine Insurance Market, by Premium Type

  • Large Market
  • Middle Market
  • Small Market

Marine Insurance Market, by Region

  • North America
  • Canada
  • U.S.
  • Rest of North America
  • Europe
  • Belgium
  • France
  • Germany
  • Greece
  • Italy
  • Netherlands
  • Spain
  • U.K.
  • Rest Of Europe
  • Asia
  • China
  • Japan
  • Philippines
  • Singapore
  • South Korea
  • Rest Of Asia
  • Oceania
  • Middle East
  • UAE
  • Rest Of Middle East
  • Africa
  • Egypt
  • South Africa
  • Rest Of Africa
  • Latin America
  • Brazil
  • Panama
  • Rest of Latin America

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Table of Content

1. Preface
1.1. Market Definition and Scope
1.2. Market Segmentation
1.3. Key Research Objectives
1.4. Research Highlights

2. Assumptions

3. Research Methodology

4. Executive Summary

5. Market Overview

5.1. Introduction
5.2. Market Dynamics
5.2.1. Drivers
5.2.2. Restraints
5.2.3. Opportunities
5.3. Key Trends Analysis
5.3.1. Demand Side Analysis
5.3.2. Supply Side Analysis
5.4. Capacity Trend
5.5. Losses and Loss trending, by Coverage Type
5.6. Key Market Indicators
5.6.1. Overall Insurance Market
5.7. Porter’s Five Forces Analysis
5.8. Industry SWOT Analysis
5.9. Value Chain Analysis
5.10. Covid-19 Impact Analysis
5.11. Global Marine Insurance Market Analysis and Forecast, 2016-2031
5.11.1. Market Value Projections (US$ Mn)

6. Global Marine Insurance Market Analysis and Forecast, By Risk Type
6.1. Global Marine Insurance Market (US$ Mn) Forecast, By Risk Type, 2016-2031
6.1.1.1. Ocean Cargo
6.1.1.1.1. Importers / Exporters of General Merchandise
6.1.1.1.2. Project Cargo with Delay in Start-up Risk
6.1.1.1.3. Manufacturers of General Merchandise
6.1.1.1.4. Auto Manufacturers / Distributors with substantial risk retention by the assured
6.1.1.1.5. Retail Stock Throughput accounts with limited static risk and substantial CAT & Fire deductible
6.1.1.1.6. Heavy Equipment Manufacturers / Distributors
6.1.1.1.7. High Tech
6.1.1.1.8. Wearing Apparel
6.1.1.1.9. Coffee & Cocoa
6.1.1.1.10. Sugar in bags and Bulk
6.1.1.1.11. Freight Forwarders
6.1.1.1.12. Specie
6.1.1.1.13. Fine Arts
6.1.1.2. Marine Liability
6.1.1.2.1. Shipyards / Ship Repair
6.1.1.2.2. Marine Terminal Operators (dry & liquid)
6.1.1.2.3. Port Authorities
6.1.1.2.4. Stevedores
6.1.1.2.5. Fleeting / Wharf Operations
6.1.1.2.6. Marine Contractors
6.1.1.2.7. Marine Product Manufacturers
6.1.1.2.8. Charterers Liabilities (commercial only)
6.1.1.2.9. Excess Protection & Indemnity
6.1.1.2.10. Marinas
6.1.1.2.11. US L&H:  Longshore and Harbor Workers Compensation
6.1.1.3. Hull & Machinery Insurance
6.1.1.3.1. Tugs and Barges
6.1.1.3.2. Offshore Support / Platform
6.1.1.3.3. Support
6.1.1.3.4. Miscellaneous Workboat Fleets
6.1.1.3.5. Research Vessels
6.1.1.3.6. Hull Builders Risk
6.1.1.3.7. Yachts
6.1.1.4. Inland Marine
6.1.1.4.1. Specie
6.1.1.4.2. Fine Arts
6.1.1.4.3. Armored Cars
6.2. Incremental Opportunity, By Risk Type

7. Global Marine Insurance Market Analysis and Forecast, By Policy/Plan Type
7.1. Global Marine Insurance Market (US$ Mn) Forecast, By Policy/Plan Type, 2016-2031
7.1.1. Multinational
7.1.2. Open Marine Insurance
7.1.3. Floating
7.1.4. Voyage
7.1.5. Port Risk
7.1.6. Others
7.2. Incremental Opportunity, By Policy/Plan Type

8. Global Marine Insurance Market Analysis and Forecast, By Premium Type
8.1. Global Marine Insurance Market (US$ Mn) Forecast, By Premium Type, 2016-2031
8.1.1. Large Market
8.1.2. Middle Market
8.1.3. Small Market
8.2. Incremental Opportunity, By Premium Type

9. Global Marine Insurance Market Analysis and Forecast, By Region
9.1. Global Marine Insurance Market (US$ Mn) Forecast, By Region, 2016-2031
9.1.1. North America
9.1.2. Europe
9.1.3. Asia
9.1.4. Oceania
9.1.5. Middle East
9.1.6. Africa
9.1.7. Latin America & Caribbean
9.2. Incremental Opportunity, By Region

10. North America Marine Insurance Market Analysis and Forecast
10.1. Regional Snapshot
10.1.1. By Risk Type
10.1.2. By Policy/Plan Type
10.1.3. By Premium Type
10.1.4. By Country
10.2. COVID-19 Impact Analysis
10.3. Capacity Trend
10.4. Key Trends Analysis
10.4.1. Demand Side
10.4.2. Supply Side
10.5. Losses and Loss trending
10.6. Market Structure
10.6.1. Top competitors
10.6.2. Nature of top competitors
10.6.3. Top competitor growth
10.6.4. Insured Premium Segments
10.6.5. Mergers & Acquisition activity
10.6.6. Multinational Programs
10.6.7. Distribution Channels & Proportion
10.6.8. Primary Operators/Platforms
10.6.9. Channel Commissions
10.7. Marine Insurance Market (US$ Mn) Forecast, By Risk Type, 2016-2031
10.7.1.1. Ocean Cargo
10.7.1.1.1. Importers / Exporters of General Merchandise
10.7.1.1.2. Project Cargo with Delay in Start-up Risk
10.7.1.1.3. Manufacturers of General Merchandise
10.7.1.1.4. Auto Manufacturers / Distributors with substantial risk retention by the assured
10.7.1.1.5. Retail Stock Throughput accounts with limited static risk and substantial CAT & Fire deductible
10.7.1.1.6. Heavy Equipment Manufacturers / Distributors
10.7.1.1.7. High Tech
10.7.1.1.8. Wearing Apparel
10.7.1.1.9. Coffee & Cocoa
10.7.1.1.10. Sugar in bags and Bulk
10.7.1.1.11. Freight Forwarders
10.7.1.1.12. Specie
10.7.1.1.13. Fine Arts
10.7.1.2. Marine Liability
10.7.1.2.1. Shipyards / Ship Repair
10.7.1.2.2. Marine Terminal Operators (dry & liquid)
10.7.1.2.3. Port Authorities
10.7.1.2.4. Stevedores
10.7.1.2.5. Fleeting / Wharf Operations
10.7.1.2.6. Marine Contractors
10.7.1.2.7. Marine Product Manufacturers
10.7.1.2.8. Charterers Liabilities (commercial only)
10.7.1.2.9. Excess Protection & Indemnity
10.7.1.2.10. Marinas
10.7.1.2.11. US L&H: Longshore and Harbor Workers Compensation
10.7.1.3. Hull & Machinery Insurance
10.7.1.3.1. Tugs and Barges
10.7.1.3.2. Offshore Support / Platform Support
10.7.1.3.3. Miscellaneous Workboat Fleets
10.7.1.3.4. Research Vessels
10.7.1.3.5. Hull Builders Risk
10.7.1.3.6. Yachts
10.7.1.4. Inland Marine
10.7.1.4.1. Specie
10.7.1.4.2. Fine Arts
10.7.1.4.3. Armored Cars
10.8. Marine Insurance Market (US$ Mn) Forecast, By Policy/Plan Type, 2016-2031
10.8.1. Multinational
10.8.2. Open Marine Insurance
10.8.3. Floating
10.8.4. Voyage
10.8.5. Port Risk
10.8.6. Others
10.9. Marine Insurance Market (US$ Mn) Forecast, By Premium Type, 2016-2031
10.9.1. Large Market
10.9.2. Middle Market
10.9.3. Small Market
10.10. Marine Insurance Market (US$ Mn) Forecast, by Country, 2016-2031
10.10.1. Canada
10.10.2. U.S.
10.10.3. Rest of North America
10.11. Incremental Opportunity Analysis

11. Canada Marine Insurance Market Analysis and Forecast
11.1. Country Snapshot
11.1.1. By Risk Type
11.1.2. By Policy/Plan Type
11.1.3. By Premium Type
11.2. COVID-19 Impact Analysis
11.3. Capacity Trend
11.4. Key Trends Analysis
11.4.1. Demand Side
11.4.2. Supply Side
11.5. Market Dynamics
11.5.1. Drivers
11.5.2. Restraints
11.5.3. Opportunities
11.6. Losses and Loss trending
11.7. Market Structure
11.7.1. Top competitors
11.7.2. Nature of top competitors
11.7.3. Top competitor growth
11.7.4. Insured Premium Segments
11.7.5. Mergers & Acquisition activity
11.7.6. Multinational Programs
11.7.7. Distribution Channels & Proportion
11.7.8. Primary Operators/Platforms
11.7.9. Channel Commissions
11.8. Marine Insurance Market (US$ Mn) Forecast, By Risk Type, 2016-2031
11.8.1.1. Ocean Cargo
11.8.1.1.1. Importers / Exporters of General Merchandise
11.8.1.1.2. Project Cargo with Delay in Start-up Risk
11.8.1.1.3. Manufacturers of General Merchandise
11.8.1.1.4. Auto Manufacturers / Distributors with substantial risk retention by the assured
11.8.1.1.5. Retail Stock Throughput accounts with limited static risk and substantial CAT & Fire deductible
11.8.1.1.6. Heavy Equipment Manufacturers / Distributors
11.8.1.1.7. High Tech
11.8.1.1.8. Wearing Apparel
11.8.1.1.9. Coffee & Cocoa
11.8.1.1.10. Sugar in bags and Bulk
11.8.1.1.11. Freight Forwarders
11.8.1.1.12. Specie
11.8.1.1.13. Fine Arts
11.8.1.2. Marine Liability
11.8.1.2.1. Shipyards / Ship Repair
11.8.1.2.2. Marine Terminal Operators (dry & liquid)
11.8.1.2.3. Port Authorities
11.8.1.2.4. Stevedores
11.8.1.2.5. Fleeting / Wharf Operations
11.8.1.2.6. Marine Contractors
11.8.1.2.7. Marine Product Manufacturers
11.8.1.2.8. Charterers Liabilities (commercial only)
11.8.1.2.9. Excess Protection & Indemnity
11.8.1.2.10. Marinas
11.8.1.2.11. US L&H: Longshore and Harbor Workers Compensation
11.8.1.3. Hull & Machinery Insurance
11.8.1.3.1. Tugs and Barges
11.8.1.3.2. Offshore Support / Platform Support
11.8.1.3.3. Miscellaneous Workboat Fleets
11.8.1.3.4. Research Vessels
11.8.1.3.5. Hull Builders Risk
11.8.1.3.6. Yachts
11.8.1.4. Inland Marine
11.8.1.4.1. Specie
11.8.1.4.2. Fine Arts
11.8.1.4.3. Armored Cars
11.9. Marine Insurance Market (US$ Mn) Forecast, By Policy/Plan Type, 2016-2031
11.9.1. Multinational
11.9.2. Open Marine Insurance
11.9.3. Floating
11.9.4. Voyage
11.9.5. Port Risk
11.9.6. Others
11.10. Marine Insurance Market (US$ Mn) Forecast, By Premium Type, 2016-2031
11.10.1. Large Market
11.10.2. Middle Market
11.10.3. Small Market
11.11. Incremental Opportunity Analysis

12. U.S. Marine Insurance Market Analysis and Forecast
12.1. Country Snapshot
12.1.1. By Risk Type
12.1.2. By Policy/Plan Type
12.1.3. By Premium Type
12.2. COVID-19 Impact Analysis
12.3. Capacity Trend
12.4. Key Trends Analysis
12.4.1. Demand Side
12.4.2. Supply Side
12.5. Market Dynamics
12.5.1. Drivers
12.5.2. Restraints
12.5.3. Opportunities
12.6. Losses and Loss trending
12.7. Market Structure
12.7.1. Top competitors
12.7.2. Nature of top competitors
12.7.3. Top competitor growth
12.7.4. Insured Premium Segments
12.7.5. Mergers & Acquisition activity
12.7.6. Multinational Programs
12.7.7. Distribution Channels & Proportion
12.7.8. Primary Operators/Platforms
12.7.9. Channel Commissions
12.8. Marine Insurance Market (US$ Mn) Forecast, By Risk Type, 2016-2031
12.8.1.1. Ocean Cargo
12.8.1.1.1. Importers / Exporters of General Merchandise
12.8.1.1.2. Project Cargo with Delay in Start-up Risk
12.8.1.1.3. Manufacturers of General Merchandise
12.8.1.1.4. Auto Manufacturers / Distributors with substantial risk retention by the assured
12.8.1.1.5. Retail Stock Throughput accounts with limited static risk and substantial CAT & Fire deductible
12.8.1.1.6. Heavy Equipment Manufacturers / Distributors
12.8.1.1.7. High Tech
12.8.1.1.8. Wearing Apparel
12.8.1.1.9. Coffee & Cocoa
12.8.1.1.10. Sugar in bags and Bulk
12.8.1.1.11. Freight Forwarders
12.8.1.1.12. Specie
12.8.1.1.13. Fine Arts
12.8.1.2. Marine Liability
12.8.1.2.1. Shipyards / Ship Repair
12.8.1.2.2. Marine Terminal Operators (dry & liquid)
12.8.1.2.3. Port Authorities
12.8.1.2.4. Stevedores
12.8.1.2.5. Fleeting / Wharf Operations
12.8.1.2.6. Marine Contractors
12.8.1.2.7. Marine Product Manufacturers
12.8.1.2.8. Charterers Liabilities (commercial only)
12.8.1.2.9. Excess Protection & Indemnity
12.8.1.2.10. Marinas
12.8.1.2.11. US L&H: Longshore and Harbor Workers Compensation
12.8.1.3. Hull & Machinery Insurance
12.8.1.3.1. Tugs and Barges
12.8.1.3.2. Offshore Support / Platform Support
12.8.1.3.3. Miscellaneous Workboat Fleets
12.8.1.3.4. Research Vessels
12.8.1.3.5. Hull Builders Risk
12.8.1.3.6. Yachts
12.8.1.4. Inland Marine
12.8.1.4.1. Specie
12.8.1.4.2. Fine Arts
12.8.1.4.3. Armored Cars
12.9. Marine Insurance Market (US$ Mn) Forecast, By Policy/Plan Type, 2016-2031
12.9.1. Multinational
12.9.2. Open Marine Insurance
12.9.3. Floating
12.9.4. Voyage
12.9.5. Port Risk
12.9.6. Others
12.10. Marine Insurance Market (US$ Mn) Forecast, By Premium Type, 2016-2031
12.10.1. Large Market
12.10.2. Middle Market
12.10.3. Small Market
12.11. Incremental Opportunity Analysis

13. Europe Marine Insurance Market Analysis and Forecast
13.1. Regional Snapshot
13.1.1. By Risk Type
13.1.2. By Policy/Plan Type
13.1.3. By Premium Type
13.1.4. By Country
13.2. COVID-19 Impact Analysis
13.3. Capacity Trend
13.4. Key Trends Analysis
13.4.1. Demand Side
13.4.2. Supply Side
13.5. Losses and Loss trending
13.6. Market Structure
13.6.1. Top competitors
13.6.2. Nature of top competitors
13.6.3. Top competitor growth
13.6.4. Insured Premium Segments
13.6.5. Mergers & Acquisition activity
13.6.6. Multinational Programs
13.6.7. Distribution Channels & Proportion
13.6.8. Primary Operators/Platforms
13.6.9. Channel Commissions
13.7. Marine Insurance Market (US$ Mn) Forecast, By Risk Type, 2016-2031
13.7.1.1. Ocean Cargo
13.7.1.1.1. Importers / Exporters of General Merchandise
13.7.1.1.2. Project Cargo with Delay in Start-up Risk
13.7.1.1.3. Manufacturers of General Merchandise
13.7.1.1.4. Auto Manufacturers / Distributors with substantial risk retention by the assured
13.7.1.1.5. Retail Stock Throughput accounts with limited static risk and substantial CAT & Fire deductible
13.7.1.1.6. Heavy Equipment Manufacturers / Distributors
13.7.1.1.7. High Tech
13.7.1.1.8. Wearing Apparel
13.7.1.1.9. Coffee & Cocoa
13.7.1.1.10. Sugar in bags and Bulk
13.7.1.1.11. Freight Forwarders
13.7.1.1.12. Specie
13.7.1.1.13. Fine Arts
13.7.1.2. Marine Liability
13.7.1.2.1. Shipyards / Ship Repair
13.7.1.2.2. Marine Terminal Operators (dry & liquid)
13.7.1.2.3. Port Authorities
13.7.1.2.4. Stevedores
13.7.1.2.5. Fleeting / Wharf Operations
13.7.1.2.6. Marine Contractors
13.7.1.2.7. Marine Product Manufacturers
13.7.1.2.8. Charterers Liabilities (commercial only)
13.7.1.2.9. Excess Protection & Indemnity
13.7.1.2.10. Marinas
13.7.1.2.11. US L&H: Longshore and Harbor Workers Compensation
13.7.1.3. Hull & Machinery Insurance
13.7.1.3.1. Tugs and Barges
13.7.1.3.2. Offshore Support / Platform Support
13.7.1.3.3. Miscellaneous Workboat Fleets
13.7.1.3.4. Research Vessels
13.7.1.3.5. Hull Builders Risk
13.7.1.3.6. Yachts
13.7.1.4. Inland Marine
13.7.1.4.1. Specie
13.7.1.4.2. Fine Arts
13.7.1.4.3. Armored Cars
13.8. Marine Insurance Market (US$ Mn) Forecast, By Policy/Plan Type, 2016-2031
13.8.1. Multinational
13.8.2. Open Marine Insurance
13.8.3. Floating
13.8.4. Voyage
13.8.5. Port Risk
13.8.6. Others
13.9. Marine Insurance Market (US$ Mn) Forecast, By Premium Type, 2016-2031
13.9.1. Large Market
13.9.2. Middle Market
13.9.3. Small Market
13.10. Marine Insurance Market (US$ Mn) Forecast, by Country, 2016-2031
13.10.1. Belgium
13.10.2. France
13.10.3. Germany
13.10.4. Greece
13.10.5. Italy
13.10.6. Netherlands
13.10.7. Spain
13.10.8. United Kingdom
13.10.9. Rest of Europe
13.11. Incremental Opportunity Analysis

14. Belgium Marine Insurance Market Analysis and Forecast
14.1. Country Snapshot
14.1.1. By Risk Type
14.1.2. By Policy/Plan Type
14.1.3. By Premium Type
14.2. COVID-19 Impact Analysis
14.3. Capacity Trend
14.4. Key Trends Analysis
14.4.1. Demand Side
14.4.2. Supply Side
14.5. Market Dynamics
14.5.1. Drivers
14.5.2. Restraints
14.5.3. Opportunities
14.6. Losses and Loss trending
14.7. Market Structure
14.7.1. Top competitors
14.7.2. Nature of top competitors
14.7.3. Top competitor growth
14.7.4. Insured Premium Segments
14.7.5. Mergers & Acquisition activity
14.7.6. Multinational Programs
14.7.7. Distribution Channels & Proportion
14.7.8. Primary Operators/Platforms
14.7.9. Channel Commissions
14.8. Marine Insurance Market (US$ Mn) Forecast, By Risk Type, 2016-2031
14.8.1.1. Ocean Cargo
14.8.1.1.1. Importers / Exporters of General Merchandise
14.8.1.1.2. Project Cargo with Delay in Start-up Risk
14.8.1.1.3. Manufacturers of General Merchandise
14.8.1.1.4. Auto Manufacturers / Distributors with substantial risk retention by the assured
14.8.1.1.5. Retail Stock Throughput accounts with limited static risk and substantial CAT & Fire deductible
14.8.1.1.6. Heavy Equipment Manufacturers / Distributors
14.8.1.1.7. High Tech
14.8.1.1.8. Wearing Apparel
14.8.1.1.9. Coffee & Cocoa
14.8.1.1.10. Sugar in bags and Bulk
14.8.1.1.11. Freight Forwarders
14.8.1.1.12. Specie
14.8.1.1.13. Fine Arts
14.8.1.2. Marine Liability
14.8.1.2.1. Shipyards / Ship Repair
14.8.1.2.2. Marine Terminal Operators (dry & liquid)
14.8.1.2.3. Port Authorities
14.8.1.2.4. Stevedores
14.8.1.2.5. Fleeting / Wharf Operations
14.8.1.2.6. Marine Contractors
14.8.1.2.7. Marine Product Manufacturers
14.8.1.2.8. Charterers Liabilities (commercial only)
14.8.1.2.9. Excess Protection & Indemnity
14.8.1.2.10. Marinas
14.8.1.2.11. US L&H: Longshore and Harbor Workers Compensation
14.8.1.3. Hull & Machinery Insurance
14.8.1.3.1. Tugs and Barges
14.8.1.3.2. Offshore Support / Platform Support
14.8.1.3.3. Miscellaneous Workboat Fleets
14.8.1.3.4. Research Vessels
14.8.1.3.5. Hull Builders Risk
14.8.1.3.6. Yachts
14.8.1.4. Inland Marine
14.8.1.4.1. Specie
14.8.1.4.2. Fine Arts
14.8.1.4.3. Armored Cars
14.9. Marine Insurance Market (US$ Mn) Forecast, By Policy/Plan Type, 2016-2031
14.9.1. Multinational
14.9.2. Open Marine Insurance
14.9.3. Floating
14.9.4. Voyage
14.9.5. Port Risk
14.9.6. Others
14.10. Marine Insurance Market (US$ Mn) Forecast, By Premium Type, 2016-2031
14.10.1. Large Market
14.10.2. Middle Market
14.10.3. Small Market
14.11. Incremental Opportunity Analysis

15. France Marine Insurance Market Analysis and Forecast
15.1. Country Snapshot
15.1.1. By Risk Type
15.1.2. By Policy/Plan Type
15.1.3. By Premium Type
15.2. COVID-19 Impact Analysis
15.3. Capacity Trend
15.4. Key Trends Analysis
15.4.1. Demand Side
15.4.2. Supply Side
15.5. Market Dynamics
15.5.1. Drivers
15.5.2. Restraints
15.5.3. Opportunities
15.6. Losses and Loss trending
15.7. Market Structure
15.7.1. Top competitors
15.7.2. Nature of top competitors
15.7.3. Top competitor growth
15.7.4. Insured Premium Segments
15.7.5. Mergers & Acquisition activity
15.7.6. Multinational Programs
15.7.7. Distribution Channels & Proportion
15.7.8. Primary Operators/Platforms
15.7.9. Channel Commissions
15.8. Marine Insurance Market (US$ Mn) Forecast, By Risk Type, 2016-2031
15.8.1.1. Ocean Cargo
15.8.1.1.1. Importers / Exporters of General Merchandise
15.8.1.1.2. Project Cargo with Delay in Start-up Risk
15.8.1.1.3. Manufacturers of General Merchandise
15.8.1.1.4. Auto Manufacturers / Distributors with substantial risk retention by the assured
15.8.1.1.5. Retail Stock Throughput accounts with limited static risk and substantial CAT & Fire deductible
15.8.1.1.6. Heavy Equipment Manufacturers / Distributors
15.8.1.1.7. High Tech
15.8.1.1.8. Wearing Apparel
15.8.1.1.9. Coffee & Cocoa
15.8.1.1.10. Sugar in bags and Bulk
15.8.1.1.11. Freight Forwarders
15.8.1.1.12. Specie
15.8.1.1.13. Fine Arts
15.8.1.2. Marine Liability
15.8.1.2.1. Shipyards / Ship Repair
15.8.1.2.2. Marine Terminal Operators (dry & liquid)
15.8.1.2.3. Port Authorities
15.8.1.2.4. Stevedores
15.8.1.2.5. Fleeting / Wharf Operations
15.8.1.2.6. Marine Contractors
15.8.1.2.7. Marine Product Manufacturers
15.8.1.2.8. Charterers Liabilities (commercial only)
15.8.1.2.9. Excess Protection & Indemnity
15.8.1.2.10. Marinas
15.8.1.2.11. US L&H: Longshore and Harbor Workers Compensation
15.8.1.3. Hull & Machinery Insurance
15.8.1.3.1. Tugs and Barges
15.8.1.3.2. Offshore Support / Platform Support
15.8.1.3.3. Miscellaneous Workboat Fleets
15.8.1.3.4. Research Vessels
15.8.1.3.5. Hull Builders Risk
15.8.1.3.6. Yachts
15.8.1.4. Inland Marine
15.8.1.4.1. Specie
15.8.1.4.2. Fine Arts
15.8.1.4.3. Armored Cars
15.9. Marine Insurance Market (US$ Mn) Forecast, By Policy/Plan Type, 2016-2031
15.9.1. Multinational
15.9.2. Open Marine Insurance
15.9.3. Floating
15.9.4. Voyage
15.9.5. Port Risk
15.9.6. Others
15.10. Marine Insurance Market (US$ Mn) Forecast, By Premium Type, 2016-2031
15.10.1. Large Market
15.10.2. Middle Market
15.10.3. Small Market
15.11. Incremental Opportunity Analysis

16. Germany Marine Insurance Market Analysis and Forecast
16.1. Country Snapshot
16.1.1. By Risk Type
16.1.2. By Policy/Plan Type
16.1.3. By Premium Type
16.2. COVID-19 Impact Analysis
16.3. Capacity Trend
16.4. Key Trends Analysis
16.4.1. Demand Side
16.4.2. Supply Side
16.5. Market Dynamics
16.5.1. Drivers
16.5.2. Restraints
16.5.3. Opportunities
16.6. Losses and Loss trending
16.7. Market Structure
16.7.1. Top competitors
16.7.2. Nature of top competitors
16.7.3. Top competitor growth
16.7.4. Insured Premium Segments
16.7.5. Mergers & Acquisition activity
16.7.6. Multinational Programs
16.7.7. Distribution Channels & Proportion
16.7.8. Primary Operators/Platforms
16.7.9. Channel Commissions
16.8. Marine Insurance Market (US$ Mn) Forecast, By Risk Type, 2016-2031
16.8.1.1. Ocean Cargo
16.8.1.1.1. Importers / Exporters of General Merchandise
16.8.1.1.2. Project Cargo with Delay in Start-up Risk
16.8.1.1.3. Manufacturers of General Merchandise
16.8.1.1.4. Auto Manufacturers / Distributors with substantial risk retention by the assured
16.8.1.1.5. Retail Stock Throughput accounts with limited static risk and substantial CAT & Fire deductible
16.8.1.1.6. Heavy Equipment Manufacturers / Distributors
16.8.1.1.7. High Tech
16.8.1.1.8. Wearing Apparel
16.8.1.1.9. Coffee & Cocoa
16.8.1.1.10. Sugar in bags and Bulk
16.8.1.1.11. Freight Forwarders
16.8.1.1.12. Specie
16.8.1.1.13. Fine Arts
16.8.1.2. Marine Liability
16.8.1.2.1. Shipyards / Ship Repair
16.8.1.2.2. Marine Terminal Operators (dry & liquid)
16.8.1.2.3. Port Authorities
16.8.1.2.4. Stevedores
16.8.1.2.5. Fleeting / Wharf Operations
16.8.1.2.6. Marine Contractors
16.8.1.2.7. Marine Product Manufacturers
16.8.1.2.8. Charterers Liabilities (commercial only)
16.8.1.2.9. Excess Protection & Indemnity
16.8.1.2.10. Marinas
16.8.1.2.11. US L&H: Longshore and Harbor Workers Compensation
16.8.1.3. Hull & Machinery Insurance
16.8.1.3.1. Tugs and Barges
16.8.1.3.2. Offshore Support / Platform Support
16.8.1.3.3. Miscellaneous Workboat Fleets
16.8.1.3.4. Research Vessels
16.8.1.3.5. Hull Builders Risk
16.8.1.3.6. Yachts
16.8.1.4. Inland Marine
16.8.1.4.1. Specie
16.8.1.4.2. Fine Arts
16.8.1.4.3. Armored Cars
16.9. Marine Insurance Market (US$ Mn) Forecast, By Policy/Plan Type, 2016-2031
16.9.1. Multinational
16.9.2. Open Marine Insurance
16.9.3. Floating
16.9.4. Voyage
16.9.5. Port Risk
16.9.6. Others
16.10. Marine Insurance Market (US$ Mn) Forecast, By Premium Type, 2016-2031
16.10.1. Large Market
16.10.2. Middle Market
16.10.3. Small Market
16.11. Incremental Opportunity Analysis

17. Greece Marine Insurance Market Analysis and Forecast
17.1. Country Snapshot
17.1.1. By Risk Type
17.1.2. By Policy/Plan Type
17.1.3. By Premium Type
17.2. COVID-19 Impact Analysis
17.3. Capacity Trend
17.4. Key Trends Analysis
17.4.1. Demand Side
17.4.2. Supply Side
17.5. Market Dynamics
17.5.1. Drivers
17.5.2. Restraints
17.5.3. Opportunities
17.6. Losses and Loss trending
17.7. Market Structure
17.7.1. Top competitors
17.7.2. Nature of top competitors
17.7.3. Top competitor growth
17.7.4. Insured Premium Segments
17.7.5. Mergers & Acquisition activity
17.7.6. Multinational Programs
17.7.7. Distribution Channels & Proportion
17.7.8. Primary Operators/Platforms
17.7.9. Channel Commissions
17.8. Marine Insurance Market (US$ Mn) Forecast, By Risk Type, 2016-2031
17.8.1.1. Ocean Cargo
17.8.1.1.1. Importers / Exporters of General Merchandise
17.8.1.1.2. Project Cargo with Delay in Start-up Risk
17.8.1.1.3. Manufacturers of General Merchandise
17.8.1.1.4. Auto Manufacturers / Distributors with substantial risk retention by the assured
17.8.1.1.5. Retail Stock Throughput accounts with limited static risk and substantial CAT & Fire deductible
17.8.1.1.6. Heavy Equipment Manufacturers / Distributors
17.8.1.1.7. High Tech
17.8.1.1.8. Wearing Apparel
17.8.1.1.9. Coffee & Cocoa
17.8.1.1.10. Sugar in bags and Bulk
17.8.1.1.11. Freight Forwarders
17.8.1.1.12. Specie
17.8.1.1.13. Fine Arts
17.8.1.2. Marine Liability
17.8.1.2.1. Shipyards / Ship Repair
17.8.1.2.2. Marine Terminal Operators (dry & liquid)
17.8.1.2.3. Port Authorities
17.8.1.2.4. Stevedores
17.8.1.2.5. Fleeting / Wharf Operations
17.8.1.2.6. Marine Contractors
17.8.1.2.7. Marine Product Manufacturers
17.8.1.2.8. Charterers Liabilities (commercial only)
17.8.1.2.9. Excess Protection & Indemnity
17.8.1.2.10. Marinas
17.8.1.2.11. US L&H: Longshore and Harbor Workers Compensation
17.8.1.3. Hull & Machinery Insurance
17.8.1.3.1. Tugs and Barges
17.8.1.3.2. Offshore Support / Platform Support
17.8.1.3.3. Miscellaneous Workboat Fleets
17.8.1.3.4. Research Vessels
17.8.1.3.5. Hull Builders Risk
17.8.1.3.6. Yachts
17.8.1.4. Inland Marine
17.8.1.4.1. Specie
17.8.1.4.2. Fine Arts
17.8.1.4.3. Armored Cars
17.9. Marine Insurance Market (US$ Mn) Forecast, By Policy/Plan Type, 2016-2031
17.9.1. Multinational
17.9.2. Open Marine Insurance
17.9.3. Floating
17.9.4. Voyage
17.9.5. Port Risk
17.9.6. Others
17.10. Marine Insurance Market (US$ Mn) Forecast, By Premium Type, 2016-2031
17.10.1. Large Market
17.10.2. Middle Market
17.10.3. Small Market
17.11. Incremental Opportunity Analysis

18. Italy Marine Insurance Market Analysis and Forecast
18.1. Country Snapshot
18.1.1. By Risk Type
18.1.2. By Policy/Plan Type
18.1.3. By Premium Type
18.2. COVID-19 Impact Analysis
18.3. Capacity Trend
18.4. Key Trends Analysis
18.4.1. Demand Side
18.4.2. Supply Side
18.5. Market Dynamics
18.5.1. Drivers
18.5.2. Restraints
18.5.3. Opportunities
18.6. Losses and Loss trending
18.7. Market Structure
18.7.1. Top competitors
18.7.2. Nature of top competitors
18.7.3. Top competitor growth
18.7.4. Insured Premium Segments
18.7.5. Mergers & Acquisition activity
18.7.6. Multinational Programs
18.7.7. Distribution Channels & Proportion
18.7.8. Primary Operators/Platforms
18.7.9. Channel Commissions
18.8. Marine Insurance Market (US$ Mn) Forecast, By Risk Type, 2016-2031
18.8.1.1. Ocean Cargo
18.8.1.1.1. Importers / Exporters of General Merchandise
18.8.1.1.2. Project Cargo with Delay in Start-up Risk
18.8.1.1.3. Manufacturers of General Merchandise
18.8.1.1.4. Auto Manufacturers / Distributors with substantial risk retention by the assured
18.8.1.1.5. Retail Stock Throughput accounts with limited static risk and substantial CAT & Fire deductible
18.8.1.1.6. Heavy Equipment Manufacturers / Distributors
18.8.1.1.7. High Tech
18.8.1.1.8. Wearing Apparel
18.8.1.1.9. Coffee & Cocoa
18.8.1.1.10. Sugar in bags and Bulk
18.8.1.1.11. Freight Forwarders
18.8.1.1.12. Specie
18.8.1.1.13. Fine Arts
18.8.1.2. Marine Liability
18.8.1.2.1. Shipyards / Ship Repair
18.8.1.2.2. Marine Terminal Operators (dry & liquid)
18.8.1.2.3. Port Authorities
18.8.1.2.4. Stevedores
18.8.1.2.5. Fleeting / Wharf Operations
18.8.1.2.6. Marine Contractors
18.8.1.2.7. Marine Product Manufacturers
18.8.1.2.8. Charterers Liabilities (commercial only)
18.8.1.2.9. Excess Protection & Indemnity
18.8.1.2.10. Marinas
18.8.1.2.11. US L&H: Longshore and Harbor Workers Compensation
18.8.1.3. Hull & Machinery Insurance
18.8.1.3.1. Tugs and Barges
18.8.1.3.2. Offshore Support / Platform Support
18.8.1.3.3. Miscellaneous Workboat Fleets
18.8.1.3.4. Research Vessels
18.8.1.3.5. Hull Builders Risk
18.8.1.3.6. Yachts
18.8.1.4. Inland Marine
18.8.1.4.1. Specie
18.8.1.4.2. Fine Arts
18.8.1.4.3. Armored Cars
18.9. Marine Insurance Market (US$ Mn) Forecast, By Policy/Plan Type, 2016-2031
18.9.1. Multinational
18.9.2. Open Marine Insurance
18.9.3. Floating
18.9.4. Voyage
18.9.5. Port Risk
18.9.6. Others
18.10. Marine Insurance Market (US$ Mn) Forecast, By Premium Type, 2016-2031
18.10.1. Large Market
18.10.2. Middle Market
18.10.3. Small Market
18.11. Incremental Opportunity Analysis

19. Netherlands Marine Insurance Market Analysis and Forecast
19.1. Country Snapshot
19.1.1. By Risk Type
19.1.2. By Policy/Plan Type
19.1.3. By Premium Type
19.2. COVID-19 Impact Analysis
19.3. Capacity Trend
19.4. Key Trends Analysis
19.4.1. Demand Side
19.4.2. Supply Side
19.5. Market Dynamics
19.5.1. Drivers
19.5.2. Restraints
19.5.3. Opportunities
19.6. Losses and Loss trending
19.7. Market Structure
19.7.1. Top competitors
19.7.2. Nature of top competitors
19.7.3. Top competitor growth
19.7.4. Insured Premium Segments
19.7.5. Mergers & Acquisition activity
19.7.6. Multinational Programs
19.7.7. Distribution Channels & Proportion
19.7.8. Primary Operators/Platforms
19.7.9. Channel Commissions
19.8. Marine Insurance Market (US$ Mn) Forecast, By Risk Type, 2016-2031
19.8.1.1. Ocean Cargo
19.8.1.1.1. Importers / Exporters of General Merchandise
19.8.1.1.2. Project Cargo with Delay in Start-up Risk
19.8.1.1.3. Manufacturers of General Merchandise
19.8.1.1.4. Auto Manufacturers / Distributors with substantial risk retention by the assured
19.8.1.1.5. Retail Stock Throughput accounts with limited static risk and substantial CAT & Fire deductible
19.8.1.1.6. Heavy Equipment Manufacturers / Distributors
19.8.1.1.7. High Tech
19.8.1.1.8. Wearing Apparel
19.8.1.1.9. Coffee & Cocoa
19.8.1.1.10. Sugar in bags and Bulk
19.8.1.1.11. Freight Forwarders
19.8.1.1.12. Specie
19.8.1.1.13. Fine Arts
19.8.1.2. Marine Liability
19.8.1.2.1. Shipyards / Ship Repair
19.8.1.2.2. Marine Terminal Operators (dry & liquid)
19.8.1.2.3. Port Authorities
19.8.1.2.4. Stevedores
19.8.1.2.5. Fleeting / Wharf Operations
19.8.1.2.6. Marine Contractors
19.8.1.2.7. Marine Product Manufacturers
19.8.1.2.8. Charterers Liabilities (commercial only)
19.8.1.2.9. Excess Protection & Indemnity
19.8.1.2.10. Marinas
19.8.1.2.11. US L&H: Longshore and Harbor Workers Compensation
19.8.1.3. Hull & Machinery Insurance
19.8.1.3.1. Tugs and Barges
19.8.1.3.2. Offshore Support / Platform Support
19.8.1.3.3. Miscellaneous Workboat Fleets
19.8.1.3.4. Research Vessels
19.8.1.3.5. Hull Builders Risk
19.8.1.3.6. Yachts
19.8.1.4. Inland Marine
19.8.1.4.1. Specie
19.8.1.4.2. Fine Arts
19.8.1.4.3. Armored Cars
19.9. Marine Insurance Market (US$ Mn) Forecast, By Policy/Plan Type, 2016-2031
19.9.1. Multinational
19.9.2. Open Marine Insurance
19.9.3. Floating
19.9.4. Voyage
19.9.5. Port Risk
19.9.6. Others
19.10. Marine Insurance Market (US$ Mn) Forecast, By Premium Type, 2016-2031
19.10.1. Large Market
19.10.2. Middle Market
19.10.3. Small Market
19.11. Incremental Opportunity Analysis

20. Spain Marine Insurance Market Analysis and Forecast
20.1. Country Snapshot
20.1.1. By Risk Type
20.1.2. By Policy/Plan Type
20.1.3. By Premium Type
20.2. COVID-19 Impact Analysis
20.3. Capacity Trend
20.4. Key Trends Analysis
20.4.1. Demand Side
20.4.2. Supply Side
20.5. Market Dynamics
20.5.1. Drivers
20.5.2. Restraints
20.5.3. Opportunities
20.6. Losses and Loss trending
20.7. Market Structure
20.7.1. Top competitors
20.7.2. Nature of top competitors
20.7.3. Top competitor growth
20.7.4. Insured Premium Segments
20.7.5. Mergers & Acquisition activity
20.7.6. Multinational Programs
20.7.7. Distribution Channels & Proportion
20.7.8. Primary Operators/Platforms
20.7.9. Channel Commissions
20.8. Marine Insurance Market (US$ Mn) Forecast, By Risk Type, 2016-2031
20.8.1.1. Ocean Cargo
20.8.1.1.1. Importers / Exporters of General Merchandise
20.8.1.1.2. Project Cargo with Delay in Start-up Risk
20.8.1.1.3. Manufacturers of General Merchandise
20.8.1.1.4. Auto Manufacturers / Distributors with substantial risk retention by the assured
20.8.1.1.5. Retail Stock Throughput accounts with limited static risk and substantial CAT & Fire deductible
20.8.1.1.6. Heavy Equipment Manufacturers / Distributors
20.8.1.1.7. High Tech
20.8.1.1.8. Wearing Apparel
20.8.1.1.9. Coffee & Cocoa
20.8.1.1.10. Sugar in bags and Bulk
20.8.1.1.11. Freight Forwarders
20.8.1.1.12. Specie
20.8.1.1.13. Fine Arts
20.8.1.2. Marine Liability
20.8.1.2.1. Shipyards / Ship Repair
20.8.1.2.2. Marine Terminal Operators (dry & liquid)
20.8.1.2.3. Port Authorities
20.8.1.2.4. Stevedores
20.8.1.2.5. Fleeting / Wharf Operations
20.8.1.2.6. Marine Contractors
20.8.1.2.7. Marine Product Manufacturers
20.8.1.2.8. Charterers Liabilities (commercial only)
20.8.1.2.9. Excess Protection & Indemnity
20.8.1.2.10. Marinas
20.8.1.2.11. US L&H: Longshore and Harbor Workers Compensation
20.8.1.3. Hull & Machinery Insurance
20.8.1.3.1. Tugs and Barges
20.8.1.3.2. Offshore Support / Platform Support
20.8.1.3.3. Miscellaneous Workboat Fleets
20.8.1.3.4. Research Vessels
20.8.1.3.5. Hull Builders Risk
20.8.1.3.6. Yachts
20.8.1.4. Inland Marine
20.8.1.4.1. Specie
20.8.1.4.2. Fine Arts
20.8.1.4.3. Armored Cars
20.9. Marine Insurance Market (US$ Mn) Forecast, By Policy/Plan Type, 2016-2031
20.9.1. Multinational
20.9.2. Open Marine Insurance
20.9.3. Floating
20.9.4. Voyage
20.9.5. Port Risk
20.9.6. Others
20.10. Marine Insurance Market (US$ Mn) Forecast, By Premium Type, 2016-2031
20.10.1. Large Market
20.10.2. Middle Market
20.10.3. Small Market
20.11. Incremental Opportunity Analysis

21. United Kingdom Marine Insurance Market Analysis and Forecast
21.1. Country Snapshot
21.1.1. By Risk Type
21.1.2. By Policy/Plan Type
21.1.3. By Premium Type
21.2. COVID-19 Impact Analysis
21.3. Capacity Trend
21.4. Key Trends Analysis
21.4.1. Demand Side
21.4.2. Supply Side
21.5. Market Dynamics
21.5.1. Drivers
21.5.2. Restraints
21.5.3. Opportunities
21.6. Losses and Loss trending
21.7. Market Structure
21.7.1. Top competitors
21.7.2. Nature of top competitors
21.7.3. Top competitor growth
21.7.4. Insured Premium Segments
21.7.5. Mergers & Acquisition activity
21.7.6. Multinational Programs
21.7.7. Distribution Channels & Proportion
21.7.8. Primary Operators/Platforms
21.7.9. Channel Commissions
21.8. Marine Insurance Market (US$ Mn) Forecast, By Risk Type, 2016-2031
21.8.1.1. Ocean Cargo
21.8.1.1.1. Importers / Exporters of General Merchandise
21.8.1.1.2. Project Cargo with Delay in Start-up Risk
21.8.1.1.3. Manufacturers of General Merchandise
21.8.1.1.4. Auto Manufacturers / Distributors with substantial risk retention by the assured
21.8.1.1.5. Retail Stock Throughput accounts with limited static risk and substantial CAT & Fire deductible
21.8.1.1.6. Heavy Equipment Manufacturers / Distributors
21.8.1.1.7. High Tech
21.8.1.1.8. Wearing Apparel
21.8.1.1.9. Coffee & Cocoa
21.8.1.1.10. Sugar in bags and Bulk
21.8.1.1.11. Freight Forwarders
21.8.1.1.12. Specie
21.8.1.1.13. Fine Arts
21.8.1.2. Marine Liability
21.8.1.2.1. Shipyards / Ship Repair
21.8.1.2.2. Marine Terminal Operators (dry & liquid)
21.8.1.2.3. Port Authorities
21.8.1.2.4. Stevedores
21.8.1.2.5. Fleeting / Wharf Operations
21.8.1.2.6. Marine Contractors
21.8.1.2.7. Marine Product Manufacturers
21.8.1.2.8. Charterers Liabilities (commercial only)
21.8.1.2.9. Excess Protection & Indemnity
21.8.1.2.10. Marinas
21.8.1.2.11. US L&H: Longshore and Harbor Workers Compensation
21.8.1.3. Hull & Machinery Insurance
21.8.1.3.1. Tugs and Barges
21.8.1.3.2. Offshore Support / Platform Support
21.8.1.3.3. Miscellaneous Workboat Fleets
21.8.1.3.4. Research Vessels
21.8.1.3.5. Hull Builders Risk
21.8.1.3.6. Yachts
21.8.1.4. Inland Marine
21.8.1.4.1. Specie
21.8.1.4.2. Fine Arts
21.8.1.4.3. Armored Cars
21.9. Marine Insurance Market (US$ Mn) Forecast, By Policy/Plan Type, 2016-2031
21.9.1. Multinational
21.9.2. Open Marine Insurance
21.9.3. Floating
21.9.4. Voyage
21.9.5. Port Risk
21.9.6. Others
21.10. Marine Insurance Market (US$ Mn) Forecast, By Premium Type, 2016-2031
21.10.1. Large Market
21.10.2. Middle Market
21.10.3. Small Market
21.11. Incremental Opportunity Analysis

22. Asia Marine Insurance Market Analysis and Forecast
22.1. Regional Snapshot
22.1.1. By Risk Type
22.1.2. By Policy/Plan Type
22.1.3. By Premium Type
22.1.4. By Country
22.2. COVID-19 Impact Analysis
22.3. Capacity Trend
22.4. Key Trends Analysis
22.4.1. Demand Side
22.4.2. Supply Side
22.5. Losses and Loss trending
22.6. Market Structure
22.6.1. Top competitors
22.6.2. Nature of top competitors
22.6.3. Top competitor growth
22.6.4. Insured Premium Segments
22.6.5. Mergers & Acquisition activity
22.6.6. Multinational Programs
22.6.7. Distribution Channels & Proportion
22.6.8. Primary Operators/Platforms
22.6.9. Channel Commissions
22.7. Marine Insurance Market (US$ Mn) Forecast, By Risk Type, 2016-2031
22.7.1.1. Ocean Cargo
22.7.1.1.1. Importers / Exporters of General Merchandise
22.7.1.1.2. Project Cargo with Delay in Start-up Risk
22.7.1.1.3. Manufacturers of General Merchandise
22.7.1.1.4. Auto Manufacturers / Distributors with substantial risk retention by the assured
22.7.1.1.5. Retail Stock Throughput accounts with limited static risk and substantial CAT & Fire deductible
22.7.1.1.6. Heavy Equipment Manufacturers / Distributors
22.7.1.1.7. High Tech
22.7.1.1.8. Wearing Apparel
22.7.1.1.9. Coffee & Cocoa
22.7.1.1.10. Sugar in bags and Bulk
22.7.1.1.11. Freight Forwarders
22.7.1.1.12. Specie
22.7.1.1.13. Fine Arts
22.7.1.2. Marine Liability
22.7.1.2.1. Shipyards / Ship Repair
22.7.1.2.2. Marine Terminal Operators (dry & liquid)
22.7.1.2.3. Port Authorities
22.7.1.2.4. Stevedores
22.7.1.2.5. Fleeting / Wharf Operations
22.7.1.2.6. Marine Contractors
22.7.1.2.7. Marine Product Manufacturers
22.7.1.2.8. Charterers Liabilities (commercial only)
22.7.1.2.9. Excess Protection & Indemnity
22.7.1.2.10. Marinas
22.7.1.2.11. US L&H: Longshore and Harbor Workers Compensation
22.7.1.3. Hull & Machinery Insurance
22.7.1.3.1. Tugs and Barges
22.7.1.3.2. Offshore Support / Platform Support
22.7.1.3.3. Miscellaneous Workboat Fleets
22.7.1.3.4. Research Vessels
22.7.1.3.5. Hull Builders Risk
22.7.1.3.6. Yachts
22.7.1.4. Inland Marine
22.7.1.4.1. Specie
22.7.1.4.2. Fine Arts
22.7.1.4.3. Armored Cars
22.8. Marine Insurance Market (US$ Mn) Forecast, By Policy/Plan Type, 2016-2031
22.8.1. Multinational
22.8.2. Open Marine Insurance
22.8.3. Floating
22.8.4. Voyage
22.8.5. Port Risk
22.8.6. Others
22.9. Marine Insurance Market (US$ Mn) Forecast, By Premium Type, 2016-2031
22.9.1. Large Market
22.9.2. Middle Market
22.9.3. Small Market
22.10. Marine Insurance Market (US$ Mn) Forecast, by Country, 2016-2031
22.10.1. China
22.10.2. Japan
22.10.3. Philippines
22.10.4. Singapore
22.10.5. South Korea
22.10.6. Rest of Asia
22.11. Incremental Opportunity Analysis

23. China Marine Insurance Market Analysis and Forecast
23.1. Country Snapshot
23.1.1. By Risk Type
23.1.2. By Policy/Plan Type
23.1.3. By Premium Type
23.2. COVID-19 Impact Analysis
23.3. Capacity Trend
23.4. Key Trends Analysis
23.4.1. Demand Side
23.4.2. Supply Side
23.5. Market Dynamics
23.5.1. Drivers
23.5.2. Restraints
23.5.3. Opportunities
23.6. Losses and Loss trending
23.7. Market Structure
23.7.1. Top competitors
23.7.2. Nature of top competitors
23.7.3. Top competitor growth
23.7.4. Insured Premium Segments
23.7.5. Mergers & Acquisition activity
23.7.6. Multinational Programs
23.7.7. Distribution Channels & Proportion
23.7.8. Primary Operators/Platforms
23.7.9. Channel Commissions
23.8. Marine Insurance Market (US$ Mn) Forecast, By Risk Type, 2016-2031
23.8.1.1. Ocean Cargo
23.8.1.1.1. Importers / Exporters of General Merchandise
23.8.1.1.2. Project Cargo with Delay in Start-up Risk
23.8.1.1.3. Manufacturers of General Merchandise
23.8.1.1.4. Auto Manufacturers / Distributors with substantial risk retention by the assured
23.8.1.1.5. Retail Stock Throughput accounts with limited static risk and substantial CAT & Fire deductible
23.8.1.1.6. Heavy Equipment Manufacturers / Distributors
23.8.1.1.7. High Tech
23.8.1.1.8. Wearing Apparel
23.8.1.1.9. Coffee & Cocoa
23.8.1.1.10. Sugar in bags and Bulk
23.8.1.1.11. Freight Forwarders
23.8.1.1.12. Specie
23.8.1.1.13. Fine Arts
23.8.1.2. Marine Liability
23.8.1.2.1. Shipyards / Ship Repair
23.8.1.2.2. Marine Terminal Operators (dry & liquid)
23.8.1.2.3. Port Authorities
23.8.1.2.4. Stevedores
23.8.1.2.5. Fleeting / Wharf Operations
23.8.1.2.6. Marine Contractors
23.8.1.2.7. Marine Product Manufacturers
23.8.1.2.8. Charterers Liabilities (commercial only)
23.8.1.2.9. Excess Protection & Indemnity
23.8.1.2.10. Marinas
23.8.1.2.11. US L&H: Longshore and Harbor Workers Compensation
23.8.1.3. Hull & Machinery Insurance
23.8.1.3.1. Tugs and Barges
23.8.1.3.2. Offshore Support / Platform Support
23.8.1.3.3. Miscellaneous Workboat Fleets
23.8.1.3.4. Research Vessels
23.8.1.3.5. Hull Builders Risk
23.8.1.3.6. Yachts
23.8.1.4. Inland Marine
23.8.1.4.1. Specie
23.8.1.4.2. Fine Arts
23.8.1.4.3. Armored Cars
23.9. Marine Insurance Market (US$ Mn) Forecast, By Policy/Plan Type, 2016-2031
23.9.1. Multinational
23.9.2. Open Marine Insurance
23.9.3. Floating
23.9.4. Voyage
23.9.5. Port Risk
23.9.6. Others
23.10. Marine Insurance Market (US$ Mn) Forecast, By Premium Type, 2016-2031
23.10.1. Large Market
23.10.2. Middle Market
23.10.3. Small Market
23.11. Incremental Opportunity Analysis

24. Japan Marine Insurance Market Analysis and Forecast
24.1. Country Snapshot
24.1.1. By Risk Type
24.1.2. By Policy/Plan Type
24.1.3. By Premium Type
24.2. COVID-19 Impact Analysis
24.3. Capacity Trend
24.4. Key Trends Analysis
24.4.1. Demand Side
24.4.2. Supply Side
24.5. Market Dynamics
24.5.1. Drivers
24.5.2. Restraints
24.5.3. Opportunities
24.6. Losses and Loss trending
24.7. Market Structure
24.7.1. Top competitors
24.7.2. Nature of top competitors
24.7.3. Top competitor growth
24.7.4. Insured Premium Segments
24.7.5. Mergers & Acquisition activity
24.7.6. Multinational Programs
24.7.7. Distribution Channels & Proportion
24.7.8. Primary Operators/Platforms
24.7.9. Channel Commissions
24.8. Marine Insurance Market (US$ Mn) Forecast, By Risk Type, 2016-2031
24.8.1.1. Ocean Cargo
24.8.1.1.1. Importers / Exporters of General Merchandise
24.8.1.1.2. Project Cargo with Delay in Start-up Risk
24.8.1.1.3. Manufacturers of General Merchandise
24.8.1.1.4. Auto Manufacturers / Distributors with substantial risk retention by the assured
24.8.1.1.5. Retail Stock Throughput accounts with limited static risk and substantial CAT & Fire deductible
24.8.1.1.6. Heavy Equipment Manufacturers / Distributors
24.8.1.1.7. High Tech
24.8.1.1.8. Wearing Apparel
24.8.1.1.9. Coffee & Cocoa
24.8.1.1.10. Sugar in bags and Bulk
24.8.1.1.11. Freight Forwarders
24.8.1.1.12. Specie
24.8.1.1.13. Fine Arts
24.8.1.2. Marine Liability
24.8.1.2.1. Shipyards / Ship Repair
24.8.1.2.2. Marine Terminal Operators (dry & liquid)
24.8.1.2.3. Port Authorities
24.8.1.2.4. Stevedores
24.8.1.2.5. Fleeting / Wharf Operations
24.8.1.2.6. Marine Contractors
24.8.1.2.7. Marine Product Manufacturers
24.8.1.2.8. Charterers Liabilities (commercial only)
24.8.1.2.9. Excess Protection & Indemnity
24.8.1.2.10. Marinas
24.8.1.2.11. US L&H: Longshore and Harbor Workers Compensation
24.8.1.3. Hull & Machinery Insurance
24.8.1.3.1. Tugs and Barges
24.8.1.3.2. Offshore Support / Platform Support
24.8.1.3.3. Miscellaneous Workboat Fleets
24.8.1.3.4. Research Vessels
24.8.1.3.5. Hull Builders Risk
24.8.1.3.6. Yachts
24.8.1.4. Inland Marine
24.8.1.4.1. Specie
24.8.1.4.2. Fine Arts
24.8.1.4.3. Armored Cars
24.9. Marine Insurance Market (US$ Mn) Forecast, By Policy/Plan Type, 2016-2031
24.9.1. Multinational
24.9.2. Open Marine Insurance
24.9.3. Floating
24.9.4. Voyage
24.9.5. Port Risk
24.9.6. Others
24.10. Marine Insurance Market (US$ Mn) Forecast, By Premium Type, 2016-2031
24.10.1. Large Market
24.10.2. Middle Market
24.10.3. Small Market
24.11. Incremental Opportunity Analysis

25. Philippines Marine Insurance Market Analysis and Forecast
25.1. Country Snapshot
25.1.1. By Risk Type
25.1.2. By Policy/Plan Type
25.1.3. By Premium Type
25.2. COVID-19 Impact Analysis
25.3. Capacity Trend
25.4. Key Trends Analysis
25.4.1. Demand Side
25.4.2. Supply Side
25.5. Market Dynamics
25.5.1. Drivers
25.5.2. Restraints
25.5.3. Opportunities
25.6. Losses and Loss trending
25.7. Market Structure
25.7.1. Top competitors
25.7.2. Nature of top competitors
25.7.3. Top competitor growth
25.7.4. Insured Premium Segments
25.7.5. Mergers & Acquisition activity
25.7.6. Multinational Programs
25.7.7. Distribution Channels & Proportion
25.7.8. Primary Operators/Platforms
25.7.9. Channel Commissions
25.8. Marine Insurance Market (US$ Mn) Forecast, By Risk Type, 2016-2031
25.8.1.1. Ocean Cargo
25.8.1.1.1. Importers / Exporters of General Merchandise
25.8.1.1.2. Project Cargo with Delay in Start-up Risk
25.8.1.1.3. Manufacturers of General Merchandise
25.8.1.1.4. Auto Manufacturers / Distributors with substantial risk retention by the assured
25.8.1.1.5. Retail Stock Throughput accounts with limited static risk and substantial CAT & Fire deductible
25.8.1.1.6. Heavy Equipment Manufacturers / Distributors
25.8.1.1.7. High Tech
25.8.1.1.8. Wearing Apparel
25.8.1.1.9. Coffee & Cocoa
25.8.1.1.10. Sugar in bags and Bulk
25.8.1.1.11. Freight Forwarders
25.8.1.1.12. Specie
25.8.1.1.13. Fine Arts
25.8.1.2. Marine Liability
25.8.1.2.1. Shipyards / Ship Repair
25.8.1.2.2. Marine Terminal Operators (dry & liquid)
25.8.1.2.3. Port Authorities
25.8.1.2.4. Stevedores
25.8.1.2.5. Fleeting / Wharf Operations
25.8.1.2.6. Marine Contractors
25.8.1.2.7. Marine Product Manufacturers
25.8.1.2.8. Charterers Liabilities (commercial only)
25.8.1.2.9. Excess Protection & Indemnity
25.8.1.2.10. Marinas
25.8.1.2.11. US L&H: Longshore and Harbor Workers Compensation
25.8.1.3. Hull & Machinery Insurance
25.8.1.3.1. Tugs and Barges
25.8.1.3.2. Offshore Support / Platform Support
25.8.1.3.3. Miscellaneous Workboat Fleets
25.8.1.3.4. Research Vessels
25.8.1.3.5. Hull Builders Risk
25.8.1.3.6. Yachts
25.8.1.4. Inland Marine
25.8.1.4.1. Specie
25.8.1.4.2. Fine Arts
25.8.1.4.3. Armored Cars
25.9. Marine Insurance Market (US$ Mn) Forecast, By Policy/Plan Type, 2016-2031
25.9.1. Multinational
25.9.2. Open Marine Insurance
25.9.3. Floating
25.9.4. Voyage
25.9.5. Port Risk
25.9.6. Others
25.10. Marine Insurance Market (US$ Mn) Forecast, By Premium Type, 2016-2031
25.10.1. Large Market
25.10.2. Middle Market
25.10.3. Small Market
25.11. Incremental Opportunity Analysis

26. Singapore Marine Insurance Market Analysis and Forecast
26.1. Country Snapshot
26.1.1. By Risk Type
26.1.2. By Policy/Plan Type
26.1.3. By Premium Type
26.2. COVID-19 Impact Analysis
26.3. Capacity Trend
26.4. Key Trends Analysis
26.4.1. Demand Side
26.4.2. Supply Side
26.5. Market Dynamics
26.5.1. Drivers
26.5.2. Restraints
26.5.3. Opportunities
26.6. Losses and Loss trending
26.7. Market Structure
26.7.1. Top competitors
26.7.2. Nature of top competitors
26.7.3. Top competitor growth
26.7.4. Insured Premium Segments
26.7.5. Mergers & Acquisition activity
26.7.6. Multinational Programs
26.7.7. Distribution Channels & Proportion
26.7.8. Primary Operators/Platforms
26.7.9. Channel Commissions
26.8. Marine Insurance Market (US$ Mn) Forecast, By Risk Type, 2016-2031
26.8.1.1. Ocean Cargo
26.8.1.1.1. Importers / Exporters of General Merchandise
26.8.1.1.2. Project Cargo with Delay in Start-up Risk
26.8.1.1.3. Manufacturers of General Merchandise
26.8.1.1.4. Auto Manufacturers / Distributors with substantial risk retention by the assured
26.8.1.1.5. Retail Stock Throughput accounts with limited static risk and substantial CAT & Fire deductible
26.8.1.1.6. Heavy Equipment Manufacturers / Distributors
26.8.1.1.7. High Tech
26.8.1.1.8. Wearing Apparel
26.8.1.1.9. Coffee & Cocoa
26.8.1.1.10. Sugar in bags and Bulk
26.8.1.1.11. Freight Forwarders
26.8.1.1.12. Specie
26.8.1.1.13. Fine Arts
26.8.1.2. Marine Liability
26.8.1.2.1. Shipyards / Ship Repair
26.8.1.2.2. Marine Terminal Operators (dry & liquid)
26.8.1.2.3. Port Authorities
26.8.1.2.4. Stevedores
26.8.1.2.5. Fleeting / Wharf Operations
26.8.1.2.6. Marine Contractors
26.8.1.2.7. Marine Product Manufacturers
26.8.1.2.8. Charterers Liabilities (commercial only)
26.8.1.2.9. Excess Protection & Indemnity
26.8.1.2.10. Marinas
26.8.1.2.11. US L&H: Longshore and Harbor Workers Compensation
26.8.1.3. Hull & Machinery Insurance
26.8.1.3.1. Tugs and Barges
26.8.1.3.2. Offshore Support / Platform Support
26.8.1.3.3. Miscellaneous Workboat Fleets
26.8.1.3.4. Research Vessels
26.8.1.3.5. Hull Builders Risk
26.8.1.3.6. Yachts
26.8.1.4. Inland Marine
26.8.1.4.1. Specie
26.8.1.4.2. Fine Arts
26.8.1.4.3. Armored Cars
26.9. Marine Insurance Market (US$ Mn) Forecast, By Policy/Plan Type, 2016-2031
26.9.1. Multinational
26.9.2. Open Marine Insurance
26.9.3. Floating
26.9.4. Voyage
26.9.5. Port Risk
26.9.6. Others
26.10. Marine Insurance Market (US$ Mn) Forecast, By Premium Type, 2016-2031
26.10.1. Large Market
26.10.2. Middle Market
26.10.3. Small Market
26.11. Incremental Opportunity Analysis

27. South Korea Marine Insurance Market Analysis and Forecast
27.1. Country Snapshot
27.1.1. By Risk Type
27.1.2. By Policy/Plan Type
27.1.3. By Premium Type
27.2. COVID-19 Impact Analysis
27.3. Capacity Trend
27.4. Key Trends Analysis
27.4.1. Demand Side
27.4.2. Supply Side
27.5. Market Dynamics
27.5.1. Drivers
27.5.2. Restraints
27.5.3. Opportunities
27.6. Losses and Loss trending
27.7. Market Structure
27.7.1. Top competitors
27.7.2. Nature of top competitors
27.7.3. Top competitor growth
27.7.4. Insured Premium Segments
27.7.5. Mergers & Acquisition activity
27.7.6. Multinational Programs
27.7.7. Distribution Channels & Proportion
27.7.8. Primary Operators/Platforms
27.7.9. Channel Commissions
27.8. Marine Insurance Market (US$ Mn) Forecast, By Risk Type, 2016-2031
27.8.1.1. Ocean Cargo
27.8.1.1.1. Importers / Exporters of General Merchandise
27.8.1.1.2. Project Cargo with Delay in Start-up Risk
27.8.1.1.3. Manufacturers of General Merchandise
27.8.1.1.4. Auto Manufacturers / Distributors with substantial risk retention by the assured
27.8.1.1.5. Retail Stock Throughput accounts with limited static risk and substantial CAT & Fire deductible
27.8.1.1.6. Heavy Equipment Manufacturers / Distributors
27.8.1.1.7. High Tech
27.8.1.1.8. Wearing Apparel
27.8.1.1.9. Coffee & Cocoa
27.8.1.1.10. Sugar in bags and Bulk
27.8.1.1.11. Freight Forwarders
27.8.1.1.12. Specie
27.8.1.1.13. Fine Arts
27.8.1.2. Marine Liability
27.8.1.2.1. Shipyards / Ship Repair
27.8.1.2.2. Marine Terminal Operators (dry & liquid)
27.8.1.2.3. Port Authorities
27.8.1.2.4. Stevedores
27.8.1.2.5. Fleeting / Wharf Operations
27.8.1.2.6. Marine Contractors
27.8.1.2.7. Marine Product Manufacturers
27.8.1.2.8. Charterers Liabilities (commercial only)
27.8.1.2.9. Excess Protection & Indemnity
27.8.1.2.10. Marinas
27.8.1.2.11. US L&H: Longshore and Harbor Workers Compensation
27.8.1.3. Hull & Machinery Insurance
27.8.1.3.1. Tugs and Barges
27.8.1.3.2. Offshore Support / Platform Support
27.8.1.3.3. Miscellaneous Workboat Fleets
27.8.1.3.4. Research Vessels
27.8.1.3.5. Hull Builders Risk
27.8.1.3.6. Yachts
27.8.1.4. Inland Marine
27.8.1.4.1. Specie
27.8.1.4.2. Fine Arts
27.8.1.4.3. Armored Cars
27.9. Marine Insurance Market (US$ Mn) Forecast, By Policy/Plan Type, 2016-2031
27.9.1. Multinational
27.9.2. Open Marine Insurance
27.9.3. Floating
27.9.4. Voyage
27.9.5. Port Risk
27.9.6. Others
27.10. Marine Insurance Market (US$ Mn) Forecast, By Premium Type, 2016-2031
27.10.1. Large Market
27.10.2. Middle Market
27.10.3. Small Market
27.11. Incremental Opportunity Analysis

28. Oceania Marine Insurance Market Analysis and Forecast
28.1. Regional Snapshot
28.1.1. By Risk Type
28.1.2. By Policy/Plan Type
28.1.3. By Premium Type
28.1.4. By Country
28.2. COVID-19 Impact Analysis
28.3. Capacity Trend
28.4. Key Trends Analysis
28.4.1. Demand Side
28.4.2. Supply Side
28.5. Losses and Loss trending
28.6. Market Structure
28.6.1. Top competitors
28.6.2. Nature of top competitors
28.6.3. Top competitor growth
28.6.4. Insured Premium Segments
28.6.5. Mergers & Acquisition activity
28.6.6. Multinational Programs
28.6.7. Distribution Channels & Proportion
28.6.8. Primary Operators/Platforms
28.6.9. Channel Commissions
28.7. Marine Insurance Market (US$ Mn) Forecast, By Risk Type, 2016-2031
28.7.1.1. Ocean Cargo
28.7.1.1.1. Importers / Exporters of General Merchandise
28.7.1.1.2. Project Cargo with Delay in Start-up Risk
28.7.1.1.3. Manufacturers of General Merchandise
28.7.1.1.4. Auto Manufacturers / Distributors with substantial risk retention by the assured
28.7.1.1.5. Retail Stock Throughput accounts with limited static risk and substantial CAT & Fire deductible
28.7.1.1.6. Heavy Equipment Manufacturers / Distributors
28.7.1.1.7. High Tech
28.7.1.1.8. Wearing Apparel
28.7.1.1.9. Coffee & Cocoa
28.7.1.1.10. Sugar in bags and Bulk
28.7.1.1.11. Freight Forwarders
28.7.1.1.12. Specie
28.7.1.1.13. Fine Arts
28.7.1.2. Marine Liability
28.7.1.2.1. Shipyards / Ship Repair
28.7.1.2.2. Marine Terminal Operators (dry & liquid)
28.7.1.2.3. Port Authorities
28.7.1.2.4. Stevedores
28.7.1.2.5. Fleeting / Wharf Operations
28.7.1.2.6. Marine Contractors
28.7.1.2.7. Marine Product Manufacturers
28.7.1.2.8. Charterers Liabilities (commercial only)
28.7.1.2.9. Excess Protection & Indemnity
28.7.1.2.10. Marinas
28.7.1.2.11. US L&H: Longshore and Harbor Workers Compensation
28.7.1.3. Hull & Machinery Insurance
28.7.1.3.1. Tugs and Barges
28.7.1.3.2. Offshore Support / Platform Support
28.7.1.3.3. Miscellaneous Workboat Fleets
28.7.1.3.4. Research Vessels
28.7.1.3.5. Hull Builders Risk
28.7.1.3.6. Yachts
28.7.1.4. Inland Marine
28.7.1.4.1. Specie
28.7.1.4.2. Fine Arts
28.7.1.4.3. Armored Cars
28.8. Marine Insurance Market (US$ Mn) Forecast, By Policy/Plan Type, 2016-2031
28.8.1. Multinational
28.8.2. Open Marine Insurance
28.8.3. Floating
28.8.4. Voyage
28.8.5. Port Risk
28.8.6. Others
28.9. Marine Insurance Market (US$ Mn) Forecast, By Premium Type, 2016-2031
28.9.1. Large Market
28.9.2. Middle Market
28.9.3. Small Market
28.10. Incremental Opportunity Analysis

29. Middle East Marine Insurance Market Analysis and Forecast
29.1. Regional Snapshot
29.1.1. By Risk Type
29.1.2. By Policy/Plan Type
29.1.3. By Premium Type
29.1.4. By Country
29.2. COVID-19 Impact Analysis
29.3. Capacity Trend
29.4. Key Trends Analysis
29.4.1. Demand Side
29.4.2. Supply Side
29.5. Losses and Loss trending
29.6. Market Structure
29.6.1. Top competitors
29.6.2. Nature of top competitors
29.6.3. Top competitor growth
29.6.4. Insured Premium Segments
29.6.5. Mergers & Acquisition activity
29.6.6. Multinational Programs
29.6.7. Distribution Channels & Proportion
29.6.8. Primary Operators/Platforms
29.6.9. Channel Commissions
29.7. Marine Insurance Market (US$ Mn) Forecast, By Risk Type, 2016-2031
29.7.1.1. Ocean Cargo
29.7.1.1.1. Importers / Exporters of General Merchandise
29.7.1.1.2. Project Cargo with Delay in Start-up Risk
29.7.1.1.3. Manufacturers of General Merchandise
29.7.1.1.4. Auto Manufacturers / Distributors with substantial risk retention by the assured
29.7.1.1.5. Retail Stock Throughput accounts with limited static risk and substantial CAT & Fire deductible
29.7.1.1.6. Heavy Equipment Manufacturers / Distributors
29.7.1.1.7. High Tech
29.7.1.1.8. Wearing Apparel
29.7.1.1.9. Coffee & Cocoa
29.7.1.1.10. Sugar in bags and Bulk
29.7.1.1.11. Freight Forwarders
29.7.1.1.12. Specie
29.7.1.1.13. Fine Arts
29.7.1.2. Marine Liability
29.7.1.2.1. Shipyards / Ship Repair
29.7.1.2.2. Marine Terminal Operators (dry & liquid)
29.7.1.2.3. Port Authorities
29.7.1.2.4. Stevedores
29.7.1.2.5. Fleeting / Wharf Operations
29.7.1.2.6. Marine Contractors
29.7.1.2.7. Marine Product Manufacturers
29.7.1.2.8. Charterers Liabilities (commercial only)
29.7.1.2.9. Excess Protection & Indemnity
29.7.1.2.10. Marinas
29.7.1.2.11. US L&H: Longshore and Harbor Workers Compensation
29.7.1.3. Hull & Machinery Insurance
29.7.1.3.1. Tugs and Barges
29.7.1.3.2. Offshore Support / Platform Support
29.7.1.3.3. Miscellaneous Workboat Fleets
29.7.1.3.4. Research Vessels
29.7.1.3.5. Hull Builders Risk
29.7.1.3.6. Yachts
29.7.1.4. Inland Marine
29.7.1.4.1. Specie
29.7.1.4.2. Fine Arts
29.7.1.4.3. Armored Cars
29.8. Marine Insurance Market (US$ Mn) Forecast, By Policy/Plan Type, 2016-2031
29.8.1. Multinational
29.8.2. Open Marine Insurance
29.8.3. Floating
29.8.4. Voyage
29.8.5. Port Risk
29.8.6. Others
29.9. Marine Insurance Market (US$ Mn) Forecast, By Premium Type, 2016-2031
29.9.1. Large Market
29.9.2. Middle Market
29.9.3. Small Market
29.10. Marine Insurance Market (US$ Mn) Forecast, by Country, 2016-2031
29.10.1. United Arab Emirates
29.10.2. Rest of Middle East
29.11. Incremental Opportunity Analysis

30. United Arab Emirates Marine Insurance Market Analysis and Forecast
30.1. Country Snapshot
30.1.1. By Risk Type
30.1.2. By Policy/Plan Type
30.1.3. By Premium Type
30.2. COVID-19 Impact Analysis
30.3. Capacity Trend
30.4. Key Trends Analysis
30.4.1. Demand Side
30.4.2. Supply Side
30.5. Market Dynamics
30.5.1. Drivers
30.5.2. Restraints
30.5.3. Opportunities
30.6. Losses and Loss trending
30.7. Market Structure
30.7.1. Top competitors
30.7.2. Nature of top competitors
30.7.3. Top competitor growth
30.7.4. Insured Premium Segments
30.7.5. Mergers & Acquisition activity
30.7.6. Multinational Programs
30.7.7. Distribution Channels & Proportion
30.7.8. Primary Operators/Platforms
30.7.9. Channel Commissions
30.8. Marine Insurance Market (US$ Mn) Forecast, By Risk Type, 2016-2031
30.8.1.1. Ocean Cargo
30.8.1.1.1. Importers / Exporters of General Merchandise
30.8.1.1.2. Project Cargo with Delay in Start-up Risk
30.8.1.1.3. Manufacturers of General Merchandise
30.8.1.1.4. Auto Manufacturers / Distributors with substantial risk retention by the assured
30.8.1.1.5. Retail Stock Throughput accounts with limited static risk and substantial CAT & Fire deductible
30.8.1.1.6. Heavy Equipment Manufacturers / Distributors
30.8.1.1.7. High Tech
30.8.1.1.8. Wearing Apparel
30.8.1.1.9. Coffee & Cocoa
30.8.1.1.10. Sugar in bags and Bulk
30.8.1.1.11. Freight Forwarders
30.8.1.1.12. Specie
30.8.1.1.13. Fine Arts
30.8.1.2. Marine Liability
30.8.1.2.1. Shipyards / Ship Repair
30.8.1.2.2. Marine Terminal Operators (dry & liquid)
30.8.1.2.3. Port Authorities
30.8.1.2.4. Stevedores
30.8.1.2.5. Fleeting / Wharf Operations
30.8.1.2.6. Marine Contractors
30.8.1.2.7. Marine Product Manufacturers
30.8.1.2.8. Charterers Liabilities (commercial only)
30.8.1.2.9. Excess Protection & Indemnity
30.8.1.2.10. Marinas
30.8.1.2.11. US L&H: Longshore and Harbor Workers Compensation
30.8.1.3. Hull & Machinery Insurance
30.8.1.3.1. Tugs and Barges
30.8.1.3.2. Offshore Support / Platform Support
30.8.1.3.3. Miscellaneous Workboat Fleets
30.8.1.3.4. Research Vessels
30.8.1.3.5. Hull Builders Risk
30.8.1.3.6. Yachts
30.8.1.4. Inland Marine
30.8.1.4.1. Specie
30.8.1.4.2. Fine Arts
30.8.1.4.3. Armored Cars
30.9. Marine Insurance Market (US$ Mn) Forecast, By Policy/Plan Type, 2016-2031
30.9.1. Multinational
30.9.2. Open Marine Insurance
30.9.3. Floating
30.9.4. Voyage
30.9.5. Port Risk
30.9.6. Others
30.10. Marine Insurance Market (US$ Mn) Forecast, By Premium Type, 2016-2031
30.10.1. Large Market
30.10.2. Middle Market
30.10.3. Small Market
30.11. Incremental Opportunity Analysis

31. Africa Marine Insurance Market Analysis and Forecast
31.1. Regional Snapshot
31.1.1. By Risk Type
31.1.2. By Policy/Plan Type
31.1.3. By Premium Type
31.1.4. By Country
31.2. COVID-19 Impact Analysis
31.3. Capacity Trend
31.4. Key Trends Analysis
31.4.1. Demand Side
31.4.2. Supply Side
31.5. Losses and Loss trending
31.6. Market Structure
31.6.1. Top competitors
31.6.2. Nature of top competitors
31.6.3. Top competitor growth
31.6.4. Insured Premium Segments
31.6.5. Mergers & Acquisition activity
31.6.6. Multinational Programs
31.6.7. Distribution Channels & Proportion
31.6.8. Primary Operators/Platforms
31.6.9. Channel Commissions
31.7. Marine Insurance Market (US$ Mn) Forecast, By Risk Type, 2016-2031
31.7.1.1. Ocean Cargo
31.7.1.1.1. Importers / Exporters of General Merchandise
31.7.1.1.2. Project Cargo with Delay in Start-up Risk
31.7.1.1.3. Manufacturers of General Merchandise
31.7.1.1.4. Auto Manufacturers / Distributors with substantial risk retention by the assured
31.7.1.1.5. Retail Stock Throughput accounts with limited static risk and substantial CAT & Fire deductible
31.7.1.1.6. Heavy Equipment Manufacturers / Distributors
31.7.1.1.7. High Tech
31.7.1.1.8. Wearing Apparel
31.7.1.1.9. Coffee & Cocoa
31.7.1.1.10. Sugar in bags and Bulk
31.7.1.1.11. Freight Forwarders
31.7.1.1.12. Specie
31.7.1.1.13. Fine Arts
31.7.1.2. Marine Liability
31.7.1.2.1. Shipyards / Ship Repair
31.7.1.2.2. Marine Terminal Operators (dry & liquid)
31.7.1.2.3. Port Authorities
31.7.1.2.4. Stevedores
31.7.1.2.5. Fleeting / Wharf Operations
31.7.1.2.6. Marine Contractors
31.7.1.2.7. Marine Product Manufacturers
31.7.1.2.8. Charterers Liabilities (commercial only)
31.7.1.2.9. Excess Protection & Indemnity
31.7.1.2.10. Marinas
31.7.1.2.11. US L&H: Longshore and Harbor Workers Compensation
31.7.1.3. Hull & Machinery Insurance
31.7.1.3.1. Tugs and Barges
31.7.1.3.2. Offshore Support / Platform Support
31.7.1.3.3. Miscellaneous Workboat Fleets
31.7.1.3.4. Research Vessels
31.7.1.3.5. Hull Builders Risk
31.7.1.3.6. Yachts
31.7.1.4. Inland Marine
31.7.1.4.1. Specie
31.7.1.4.2. Fine Arts
31.7.1.4.3. Armored Cars
31.8. Marine Insurance Market (US$ Mn) Forecast, By Policy/Plan Type, 2016-2031
31.8.1. Multinational
31.8.2. Open Marine Insurance
31.8.3. Floating
31.8.4. Voyage
31.8.5. Port Risk
31.8.6. Others
31.9. Marine Insurance Market (US$ Mn) Forecast, By Premium Type, 2016-2031
31.9.1. Large Market
31.9.2. Middle Market
31.9.3. Small Market
31.10. Marine Insurance Market (US$ Mn) Forecast, by Country, 2016-2031
31.10.1. Egypt
31.10.2. South Africa
31.10.3. Rest of Africa
31.11. Incremental Opportunity Analysis

32. Egypt Marine Insurance Market Analysis and Forecast
32.1. Country Snapshot
32.1.1. By Risk Type
32.1.2. By Policy/Plan Type
32.1.3. By Premium Type
32.2. COVID-19 Impact Analysis
32.3. Capacity Trend
32.4. Key Trends Analysis
32.4.1. Demand Side
32.4.2. Supply Side
32.5. Market Dynamics
32.5.1. Drivers
32.5.2. Restraints
32.5.3. Opportunities
32.6. Losses and Loss trending
32.7. Market Structure
32.7.1. Top competitors
32.7.2. Nature of top competitors
32.7.3. Top competitor growth
32.7.4. Insured Premium Segments
32.7.5. Mergers & Acquisition activity
32.7.6. Multinational Programs
32.7.7. Distribution Channels & Proportion
32.7.8. Primary Operators/Platforms
32.7.9. Channel Commissions
32.8. Marine Insurance Market (US$ Mn) Forecast, By Risk Type, 2016-2031
32.8.1.1. Ocean Cargo
32.8.1.1.1. Importers / Exporters of General Merchandise
32.8.1.1.2. Project Cargo with Delay in Start-up Risk
32.8.1.1.3. Manufacturers of General Merchandise
32.8.1.1.4. Auto Manufacturers / Distributors with substantial risk retention by the assured
32.8.1.1.5. Retail Stock Throughput accounts with limited static risk and substantial CAT & Fire deductible
32.8.1.1.6. Heavy Equipment Manufacturers / Distributors
32.8.1.1.7. High Tech
32.8.1.1.8. Wearing Apparel
32.8.1.1.9. Coffee & Cocoa
32.8.1.1.10. Sugar in bags and Bulk
32.8.1.1.11. Freight Forwarders
32.8.1.1.12. Specie
32.8.1.1.13. Fine Arts
32.8.1.2. Marine Liability
32.8.1.2.1. Shipyards / Ship Repair
32.8.1.2.2. Marine Terminal Operators (dry & liquid)
32.8.1.2.3. Port Authorities
32.8.1.2.4. Stevedores
32.8.1.2.5. Fleeting / Wharf Operations
32.8.1.2.6. Marine Contractors
32.8.1.2.7. Marine Product Manufacturers
32.8.1.2.8. Charterers Liabilities (commercial only)
32.8.1.2.9. Excess Protection & Indemnity
32.8.1.2.10. Marinas
32.8.1.2.11. US L&H: Longshore and Harbor Workers Compensation
32.8.1.3. Hull & Machinery Insurance
32.8.1.3.1. Tugs and Barges
32.8.1.3.2. Offshore Support / Platform Support
32.8.1.3.3. Miscellaneous Workboat Fleets
32.8.1.3.4. Research Vessels
32.8.1.3.5. Hull Builders Risk
32.8.1.3.6. Yachts
32.8.1.4. Inland Marine
32.8.1.4.1. Specie
32.8.1.4.2. Fine Arts
32.8.1.4.3. Armored Cars
32.9. Marine Insurance Market (US$ Mn) Forecast, By Policy/Plan Type, 2016-2031
32.9.1. Multinational
32.9.2. Open Marine Insurance
32.9.3. Floating
32.9.4. Voyage
32.9.5. Port Risk
32.9.6. Others
32.10. Marine Insurance Market (US$ Mn) Forecast, By Premium Type, 2016-2031
32.10.1. Large Market
32.10.2. Middle Market
32.10.3. Small Market
32.11. Incremental Opportunity Analysis

33. South Africa Marine Insurance Market Analysis and Forecast
33.1. Country Snapshot
33.1.1. By Risk Type
33.1.2. By Policy/Plan Type
33.1.3. By Premium Type
33.2. COVID-19 Impact Analysis
33.3. Capacity Trend
33.4. Key Trends Analysis
33.4.1. Demand Side
33.4.2. Supply Side
33.5. Market Dynamics
33.5.1. Drivers
33.5.2. Restraints
33.5.3. Opportunities
33.6. Losses and Loss trending
33.7. Market Structure
33.7.1. Top competitors
33.7.2. Nature of top competitors
33.7.3. Top competitor growth
33.7.4. Insured Premium Segments
33.7.5. Mergers & Acquisition activity
33.7.6. Multinational Programs
33.7.7. Distribution Channels & Proportion
33.7.8. Primary Operators/Platforms
33.7.9. Channel Commissions
33.8. Marine Insurance Market (US$ Mn) Forecast, By Risk Type, 2016-2031
33.8.1.1. Ocean Cargo
33.8.1.1.1. Importers / Exporters of General Merchandise
33.8.1.1.2. Project Cargo with Delay in Start-up Risk
33.8.1.1.3. Manufacturers of General Merchandise
33.8.1.1.4. Auto Manufacturers / Distributors with substantial risk retention by the assured
33.8.1.1.5. Retail Stock Throughput accounts with limited static risk and substantial CAT & Fire deductible
33.8.1.1.6. Heavy Equipment Manufacturers / Distributors
33.8.1.1.7. High Tech
33.8.1.1.8. Wearing Apparel
33.8.1.1.9. Coffee & Cocoa
33.8.1.1.10. Sugar in bags and Bulk
33.8.1.1.11. Freight Forwarders
33.8.1.1.12. Specie
33.8.1.1.13. Fine Arts
33.8.1.2. Marine Liability
33.8.1.2.1. Shipyards / Ship Repair
33.8.1.2.2. Marine Terminal Operators (dry & liquid)
33.8.1.2.3. Port Authorities
33.8.1.2.4. Stevedores
33.8.1.2.5. Fleeting / Wharf Operations
33.8.1.2.6. Marine Contractors
33.8.1.2.7. Marine Product Manufacturers
33.8.1.2.8. Charterers Liabilities (commercial only)
33.8.1.2.9. Excess Protection & Indemnity
33.8.1.2.10. Marinas
33.8.1.2.11. US L&H: Longshore and Harbor Workers Compensation
33.8.1.3. Hull & Machinery Insurance
33.8.1.3.1. Tugs and Barges
33.8.1.3.2. Offshore Support / Platform Support
33.8.1.3.3. Miscellaneous Workboat Fleets
33.8.1.3.4. Research Vessels
33.8.1.3.5. Hull Builders Risk
33.8.1.3.6. Yachts
33.8.1.4. Inland Marine
33.8.1.4.1. Specie
33.8.1.4.2. Fine Arts
33.8.1.4.3. Armored Cars
33.9. Marine Insurance Market (US$ Mn) Forecast, By Policy/Plan Type, 2016-2031
33.9.1. Multinational
33.9.2. Open Marine Insurance
33.9.3. Floating
33.9.4. Voyage
33.9.5. Port Risk
33.9.6. Others
33.10. Marine Insurance Market (US$ Mn) Forecast, By Premium Type, 2016-2031
33.10.1. Large Market
33.10.2. Middle Market
33.10.3. Small Market
33.11. Incremental Opportunity Analysis

34. Latin America & Caribbean Marine Insurance Market Analysis and Forecast
34.1. Regional Snapshot
34.1.1. By Risk Type
34.1.2. By Policy/Plan Type
34.1.3. By Premium Type
34.1.4. By Country
34.2. COVID-19 Impact Analysis
34.3. Capacity Trend
34.4. Key Trends Analysis
34.4.1. Demand Side
34.4.2. Supply Side
34.5. Losses and Loss trending
34.6. Market Structure
34.6.1. Top competitors
34.6.2. Nature of top competitors
34.6.3. Top competitor growth
34.6.4. Insured Premium Segments
34.6.5. Mergers & Acquisition activity
34.6.6. Multinational Programs
34.6.7. Distribution Channels & Proportion
34.6.8. Primary Operators/Platforms
34.6.9. Channel Commissions
34.7. Marine Insurance Market (US$ Mn) Forecast, By Risk Type, 2016-2031
34.7.1.1. Ocean Cargo
34.7.1.1.1. Importers / Exporters of General Merchandise
34.7.1.1.2. Project Cargo with Delay in Start-up Risk
34.7.1.1.3. Manufacturers of General Merchandise
34.7.1.1.4. Auto Manufacturers / Distributors with substantial risk retention by the assured
34.7.1.1.5. Retail Stock Throughput accounts with limited static risk and substantial CAT & Fire deductible
34.7.1.1.6. Heavy Equipment Manufacturers / Distributors
34.7.1.1.7. High Tech
34.7.1.1.8. Wearing Apparel
34.7.1.1.9. Coffee & Cocoa
34.7.1.1.10. Sugar in bags and Bulk
34.7.1.1.11. Freight Forwarders
34.7.1.1.12. Specie
34.7.1.1.13. Fine Arts
34.7.1.2. Marine Liability
34.7.1.2.1. Shipyards / Ship Repair
34.7.1.2.2. Marine Terminal Operators (dry & liquid)
34.7.1.2.3. Port Authorities
34.7.1.2.4. Stevedores
34.7.1.2.5. Fleeting / Wharf Operations
34.7.1.2.6. Marine Contractors
34.7.1.2.7. Marine Product Manufacturers
34.7.1.2.8. Charterers Liabilities (commercial only)
34.7.1.2.9. Excess Protection & Indemnity
34.7.1.2.10. Marinas
34.7.1.2.11. US L&H: Longshore and Harbor Workers Compensation
34.7.1.3. Hull & Machinery Insurance
34.7.1.3.1. Tugs and Barges
34.7.1.3.2. Offshore Support / Platform Support
34.7.1.3.3. Miscellaneous Workboat Fleets
34.7.1.3.4. Research Vessels
34.7.1.3.5. Hull Builders Risk
34.7.1.3.6. Yachts
34.7.1.4. Inland Marine
34.7.1.4.1. Specie
34.7.1.4.2. Fine Arts
34.7.1.4.3. Armored Cars
34.8. Marine Insurance Market (US$ Mn) Forecast, By Policy/Plan Type, 2016-2031
34.8.1. Multinational
34.8.2. Open Marine Insurance
34.8.3. Floating
34.8.4. Voyage
34.8.5. Port Risk
34.8.6. Others
34.9. Marine Insurance Market (US$ Mn) Forecast, By Premium Type, 2016-2031
34.9.1. Large Market
34.9.2. Middle Market
34.9.3. Small Market
34.10. Marine Insurance Market (US$ Mn) Forecast, by Country, 2016-2031
34.10.1. Brazil
34.10.2. Panama
34.10.3. Rest of Latin America & Caribbean
34.11. Incremental Opportunity Analysis

35. Brazil Marine Insurance Market Analysis and Forecast
35.1. Country Snapshot
35.1.1. By Risk Type
35.1.2. By Policy/Plan Type
35.1.3. By Premium Type
35.2. COVID-19 Impact Analysis
35.3. Capacity Trend
35.4. Key Trends Analysis
35.4.1. Demand Side
35.4.2. Supply Side
35.5. Market Dynamics
35.5.1. Drivers
35.5.2. Restraints
35.5.3. Opportunities
35.6. Losses and Loss trending
35.7. Market Structure
35.7.1. Top competitors
35.7.2. Nature of top competitors
35.7.3. Top competitor growth
35.7.4. Insured Premium Segments
35.7.5. Mergers & Acquisition activity
35.7.6. Multinational Programs
35.7.7. Distribution Channels & Proportion
35.7.8. Primary Operators/Platforms
35.7.9. Channel Commissions
35.8. Marine Insurance Market (US$ Mn) Forecast, By Risk Type, 2016-2031
35.8.1.1. Ocean Cargo
35.8.1.1.1. Importers / Exporters of General Merchandise
35.8.1.1.2. Project Cargo with Delay in Start-up Risk
35.8.1.1.3. Manufacturers of General Merchandise
35.8.1.1.4. Auto Manufacturers / Distributors with substantial risk retention by the assured
35.8.1.1.5. Retail Stock Throughput accounts with limited static risk and substantial CAT & Fire deductible
35.8.1.1.6. Heavy Equipment Manufacturers / Distributors
35.8.1.1.7. High Tech
35.8.1.1.8. Wearing Apparel
35.8.1.1.9. Coffee & Cocoa
35.8.1.1.10. Sugar in bags and Bulk
35.8.1.1.11. Freight Forwarders
35.8.1.1.12. Specie
35.8.1.1.13. Fine Arts
35.8.1.2. Marine Liability
35.8.1.2.1. Shipyards / Ship Repair
35.8.1.2.2. Marine Terminal Operators (dry & liquid)
35.8.1.2.3. Port Authorities
35.8.1.2.4. Stevedores
35.8.1.2.5. Fleeting / Wharf Operations
35.8.1.2.6. Marine Contractors
35.8.1.2.7. Marine Product Manufacturers
35.8.1.2.8. Charterers Liabilities (commercial only)
35.8.1.2.9. Excess Protection & Indemnity
35.8.1.2.10. Marinas
35.8.1.2.11. US L&H: Longshore and Harbor Workers Compensation
35.8.1.3. Hull & Machinery Insurance
35.8.1.3.1. Tugs and Barges
35.8.1.3.2. Offshore Support / Platform Support
35.8.1.3.3. Miscellaneous Workboat Fleets
35.8.1.3.4. Research Vessels
35.8.1.3.5. Hull Builders Risk
35.8.1.3.6. Yachts
35.8.1.4. Inland Marine
35.8.1.4.1. Specie
35.8.1.4.2. Fine Arts
35.8.1.4.3. Armored Cars
35.9. Marine Insurance Market (US$ Mn) Forecast, By Policy/Plan Type, 2016-2031
35.9.1. Multinational
35.9.2. Open Marine Insurance
35.9.3. Floating
35.9.4. Voyage
35.9.5. Port Risk
35.9.6. Others
35.10. Marine Insurance Market (US$ Mn) Forecast, By Premium Type, 2016-2031
35.10.1. Large Market
35.10.2. Middle Market
35.10.3. Small Market
35.11. Incremental Opportunity Analysis

36. Panama Marine Insurance Market Analysis and Forecast
36.1. Country Snapshot
36.1.1. By Risk Type
36.1.2. By Policy/Plan Type
36.1.3. By Premium Type
36.2. COVID-19 Impact Analysis
36.3. Capacity Trend
36.4. Key Trends Analysis
36.4.1. Demand Side
36.4.2. Supply Side
36.5. Market Dynamics
36.5.1. Drivers
36.5.2. Restraints
36.5.3. Opportunities
36.6. Losses and Loss trending
36.7. Market Structure
36.7.1. Top competitors
36.7.2. Nature of top competitors
36.7.3. Top competitor growth
36.7.4. Insured Premium Segments
36.7.5. Mergers & Acquisition activity
36.7.6. Multinational Programs
36.7.7. Distribution Channels & Proportion
36.7.8. Primary Operators/Platforms
36.7.9. Channel Commissions
36.8. Marine Insurance Market (US$ Mn) Forecast, By Risk Type, 2016-2031
36.8.1.1. Ocean Cargo
36.8.1.1.1. Importers / Exporters of General Merchandise
36.8.1.1.2. Project Cargo with Delay in Start-up Risk
36.8.1.1.3. Manufacturers of General Merchandise
36.8.1.1.4. Auto Manufacturers / Distributors with substantial risk retention by the assured
36.8.1.1.5. Retail Stock Throughput accounts with limited static risk and substantial CAT & Fire deductible
36.8.1.1.6. Heavy Equipment Manufacturers / Distributors
36.8.1.1.7. High Tech
36.8.1.1.8. Wearing Apparel
36.8.1.1.9. Coffee & Cocoa
36.8.1.1.10. Sugar in bags and Bulk
36.8.1.1.11. Freight Forwarders
36.8.1.1.12. Specie
36.8.1.1.13. Fine Arts
36.8.1.2. Marine Liability
36.8.1.2.1. Shipyards / Ship Repair
36.8.1.2.2. Marine Terminal Operators (dry & liquid)
36.8.1.2.3. Port Authorities
36.8.1.2.4. Stevedores
36.8.1.2.5. Fleeting / Wharf Operations
36.8.1.2.6. Marine Contractors
36.8.1.2.7. Marine Product Manufacturers
36.8.1.2.8. Charterers Liabilities (commercial only)
36.8.1.2.9. Excess Protection & Indemnity
36.8.1.2.10. Marinas
36.8.1.2.11. US L&H: Longshore and Harbor Workers Compensation
36.8.1.3. Hull & Machinery Insurance
36.8.1.3.1. Tugs and Barges
36.8.1.3.2. Offshore Support / Platform Support
36.8.1.3.3. Miscellaneous Workboat Fleets
36.8.1.3.4. Research Vessels
36.8.1.3.5. Hull Builders Risk
36.8.1.3.6. Yachts
36.8.1.4. Inland Marine
36.8.1.4.1. Specie
36.8.1.4.2. Fine Arts
36.8.1.4.3. Armored Cars
36.9. Marine Insurance Market (US$ Mn) Forecast, By Policy/Plan Type, 2016-2031
36.9.1. Multinational
36.9.2. Open Marine Insurance
36.9.3. Floating
36.9.4. Voyage
36.9.5. Port Risk
36.9.6. Others
36.10. Marine Insurance Market (US$ Mn) Forecast, By Premium Type, 2016-2031
36.10.1. Large Market
36.10.2. Middle Market
36.10.3. Small Market
36.11. Incremental Opportunity Analysis

37. Competition Landscape
37.1. Market Player – Competition Dashboard
37.1.1. Top competitors
37.1.2. Nature of top competitors
37.1.3. Top competitor growth
37.1.4. Insured Premium Segments
37.1.5. Mergers & Acquisition activity
37.1.6. Multinational Programs
37.1.7. Distribution Channels & Proportion
37.1.8. Primary Operators/Platforms
37.1.9. Channel Commissions
37.2. Company Profiles (Details – Company Overview, Loss Ratio, Sales Area/Geographical Presence, Revenue, Strategy & Business Overview, Primary Distribution Channel(MGAs, MGUs))
37.2.1. American International Group, Inc.
37.2.1.1. Company Overview
37.2.1.2. Loss Ratio
37.2.1.3. Sales Area/Geographical Presence
37.2.1.4. Revenue
37.2.1.5. Strategy & Business Overview,
37.2.1.6. Primary Distribution Channel(MGAs, MGUs)
37.2.2. American Financial Group, Inc.
37.2.2.1. Company Overview
37.2.2.2. Loss Ratio
37.2.2.3. Sales Area/Geographical Presence
37.2.2.4. Revenue
37.2.2.5. Strategy & Business Overview,
37.2.2.6. Primary Distribution Channel(MGAs, MGUs)
37.2.3. Allianz SE
37.2.3.1. Company Overview
37.2.3.2. Loss Ratio
37.2.3.3. Sales Area/Geographical Presence
37.2.3.4. Revenue
37.2.3.5. Strategy & Business Overview,
37.2.3.6. Primary Distribution Channel(MGAs, MGUs)
37.2.4. Axa S.A.
37.2.4.1. Company Overview
37.2.4.2. Loss Ratio
37.2.4.3. Sales Area/Geographical Presence
37.2.4.4. Revenue
37.2.4.5. Strategy & Business Overview,
37.2.4.6. Primary Distribution Channel(MGAs, MGUs)
37.2.5. Arthur J. Gallagher & Co.
37.2.5.1. Company Overview
37.2.5.2. Loss Ratio
37.2.5.3. Sales Area/Geographical Presence
37.2.5.4. Revenue
37.2.5.5. Strategy & Business Overview,
37.2.5.6. Primary Distribution Channel(MGAs, MGUs)
37.2.6. Aon Plc
37.2.6.1. Company Overview
37.2.6.2. Loss Ratio
37.2.6.3. Sales Area/Geographical Presence
37.2.6.4. Revenue
37.2.6.5. Strategy & Business Overview,
37.2.6.6. Primary Distribution Channel(MGAs, MGUs)
37.2.7. Aspen Insurance Holdings Limited
37.2.7.1. Company Overview
37.2.7.2. Loss Ratio
37.2.7.3. Sales Area/Geographical Presence
37.2.7.4. Revenue
37.2.7.5. Strategy & Business Overview,
37.2.7.6. Primary Distribution Channel(MGAs, MGUs)
37.2.8. Berkshire Hathaway Specialty Insurance
37.2.8.1. Company Overview
37.2.8.2. Loss Ratio
37.2.8.3. Sales Area/Geographical Presence
37.2.8.4. Revenue
37.2.8.5. Strategy & Business Overview,
37.2.8.6. Primary Distribution Channel(MGAs, MGUs)
37.2.9. Swiss Re
37.2.9.1. Company Overview
37.2.9.2. Loss Ratio
37.2.9.3. Sales Area/Geographical Presence
37.2.9.4. Revenue
37.2.9.5. Strategy & Business Overview,
37.2.9.6. Primary Distribution Channel(MGAs, MGUs)
37.2.10. Zurich Insurance Group
37.2.10.1. Company Overview
37.2.10.2. Loss Ratio
37.2.10.3. Sales Area/Geographical Presence
37.2.10.4. Revenue
37.2.10.5. Strategy & Business Overview,
37.2.10.6. Primary Distribution Channel(MGAs, MGUs)
37.2.11. Tokio Marine Holdings, Inc.
37.2.11.1. Company Overview
37.2.11.2. Loss Ratio
37.2.11.3. Sales Area/Geographical Presence
37.2.11.4. Revenue
37.2.11.5. Strategy & Business Overview,
37.2.11.6. Primary Distribution Channel(MGAs, MGUs)
37.2.12. Chubb Limited
37.2.12.1. Company Overview
37.2.12.2. Loss Ratio
37.2.12.3. Sales Area/Geographical Presence
37.2.12.4. Revenue
37.2.12.5. Strategy & Business Overview,
37.2.12.6. Primary Distribution Channel(MGAs, MGUs)
37.2.13. The Hanover Insurance Group, Inc.
37.2.13.1. Company Overview
37.2.13.2. Loss Ratio
37.2.13.3. Sales Area/Geographical Presence
37.2.13.4. Revenue
37.2.13.5. Strategy & Business Overview,
37.2.13.6. Primary Distribution Channel(MGAs, MGUs)
37.2.14. Markel Corporation
37.2.14.1. Company Overview
37.2.14.2. Loss Ratio
37.2.14.3. Sales Area/Geographical Presence
37.2.14.4. Revenue
37.2.14.5. Strategy & Business Overview,
37.2.14.6. Primary Distribution Channel(MGAs, MGUs)
37.2.15. HDI Global SE
37.2.15.1. Company Overview
37.2.15.2. Loss Ratio
37.2.15.3. Sales Area/Geographical Presence
37.2.15.4. Revenue
37.2.15.5. Strategy & Business Overview,
37.2.15.6. Primary Distribution Channel(MGAs, MGUs)
37.2.16. Intact Insurance Company.
37.2.16.1. Company Overview
37.2.16.2. Loss Ratio
37.2.16.3. Sales Area/Geographical Presence
37.2.16.4. Revenue
37.2.16.5. Strategy & Business Overview,
37.2.16.6. Primary Distribution Channel(MGAs, MGUs)
37.2.17. ProSight Global, Inc.
37.2.17.1. Company Overview
37.2.17.2. Loss Ratio
37.2.17.3. Sales Area/Geographical Presence
37.2.17.4. Revenue
37.2.17.5. Strategy & Business Overview,
37.2.17.6. Primary Distribution Channel(MGAs, MGUs)
37.2.18. RLI Corp
37.2.18.1. Company Overview
37.2.18.2. Loss Ratio
37.2.18.3. Sales Area/Geographical Presence
37.2.18.4. Revenue
37.2.18.5. Strategy & Business Overview,
37.2.18.6. Primary Distribution Channel(MGAs, MGUs)
37.2.19. Sompo International Holdings Ltd
37.2.19.1. Company Overview
37.2.19.2. Loss Ratio
37.2.19.3. Sales Area/Geographical Presence
37.2.19.4. Revenue
37.2.19.5. Strategy & Business Overview,
37.2.19.6. Primary Distribution Channel(MGAs, MGUs)
37.2.20. The Hartford
37.2.20.1. Company Overview
37.2.20.2. Loss Ratio
37.2.20.3. Sales Area/Geographical Presence
37.2.20.4. Revenue
37.2.20.5. Strategy & Business Overview,
37.2.20.6. Primary Distribution Channel(MGAs, MGUs)
37.2.21. The Travelers Indemnity Company
37.2.21.1. Company Overview
37.2.21.2. Loss Ratio
37.2.21.3. Sales Area/Geographical Presence
37.2.21.4. Revenue
37.2.21.5. Strategy & Business Overview,
37.2.21.6. Primary Distribution Channel(MGAs, MGUs)
37.2.22. Assicurazioni Generali S.p.A.
37.2.22.1. Company Overview
37.2.22.2. Loss Ratio
37.2.22.3. Sales Area/Geographical Presence
37.2.22.4. Revenue
37.2.22.5. Strategy & Business Overview,
37.2.22.6. Primary Distribution Channel(MGAs, MGUs)
37.2.23. Beazley Group
37.2.23.1. Company Overview
37.2.23.2. Loss Ratio
37.2.23.3. Sales Area/Geographical Presence
37.2.23.4. Revenue
37.2.23.5. Strategy & Business Overview,
37.2.23.6. Primary Distribution Channel(MGAs, MGUs)
37.2.24. Starr international company, Inc.
37.2.24.1. Company Overview
37.2.24.2. Loss Ratio
37.2.24.3. Sales Area/Geographical Presence
37.2.24.4. Revenue
37.2.24.5. Strategy & Business Overview,
37.2.24.6. Primary Distribution Channel(MGAs, MGUs)
37.2.25. Marsh LTD.
37.2.25.1. Company Overview
37.2.25.2. Loss Ratio
37.2.25.3. Sales Area/Geographical Presence
37.2.25.4. Revenue
37.2.25.5. Strategy & Business Overview,
37.2.25.6. Primary Distribution Channel(MGAs, MGUs)

38. Key Takeaways
38.1. Identification of Potential Market Spaces
38.1.1. By Risk Type
38.1.2. By Policy/Plan Type
38.1.3. By Premium Type
38.1.4. By Region
38.2. Preferred Sales & Marketing Strategy

List of Tables

Table 1: Global Marine Insurance Market, by Risk Type, US$ Mn 2016-2031
Table 2: Global Marine Insurance Market, by Policy/Plan Type, US$ Mn 2016-2031
Table 3: Global Marine Insurance Market, by Premium Type, US$ Mn 2016-2031
Table 4: Global Marine Insurance Market, by Region, US$ Mn 2016-2031
Table 5: North America Marine Insurance Market, by Risk Type, US$ Mn 2016-2031
Table 6: North America Marine Insurance Market, by Policy/Plan Type, US$ Mn 2016-2031
Table 7: North America Marine Insurance Market, by Premium Type, US$ Mn 2016-2031
Table 8: North America Marine Insurance Market, by Country, US$ Mn 2016-2031
Table 9: Canada Marine Insurance Market, by Risk Type, US$ Mn 2016-2031
Table 10: Canada Marine Insurance Market, by Policy/Plan Type, US$ Mn 2016-2031
Table 11: Canada Marine Insurance Market, by Premium Type, US$ Mn 2016-2031
Table 12: U.S. Marine Insurance Market, by Risk Type, US$ Mn 2016-2031
Table 13: U.S. Marine Insurance Market, by Policy/Plan Type, US$ Mn 2016-2031
Table 14: U.S. Marine Insurance Market, by Premium Type, US$ Mn 2016-2031
Table 15: Europe Marine Insurance Market, by Risk Type, US$ Mn 2016-2031
Table 16: Europe Marine Insurance Market, by Policy/Plan Type, US$ Mn 2016-2031
Table 17: Europe Marine Insurance Market, by Premium Type, US$ Mn 2016-2031
Table 18: Europe Marine Insurance Market, by Country, US$ Mn 2016-2031
Table 19: Belgium Marine Insurance Market, by Risk Type, US$ Mn 2016-2031
Table 20: Belgium Marine Insurance Market, by Policy/Plan Type, US$ Mn 2016-2031
Table 21: Belgium Marine Insurance Market, by Premium Type, US$ Mn 2016-2031
Table 22: France Marine Insurance Market, by Risk Type, US$ Mn 2016-2031
Table 23: France Marine Insurance Market, by Policy/Plan Type, US$ Mn 2016-2031
Table 24: France Marine Insurance Market, by Premium Type, US$ Mn 2016-2031
Table 25: Germany Marine Insurance Market, by Risk Type, US$ Mn 2016-2031
Table 26: Germany Marine Insurance Market, by Policy/Plan Type, US$ Mn 2016-2031
Table 27: Germany Marine Insurance Market, by Premium Type, US$ Mn 2016-2031
Table 28: Greece Marine Insurance Market, by Risk Type, US$ Mn 2016-2031
Table 29 Greece Marine Insurance Market, by Policy/Plan Type, US$ Mn 2016-2031
Table 30: Greece Marine Insurance Market, by Premium Type, US$ Mn 2016-2031
Table 31: Italy Marine Insurance Market, by Risk Type, US$ Mn 2016-2031
Table 32: Italy Marine Insurance Market, by Policy/Plan Type, US$ Mn 2016-2031
Table 33: Italy Marine Insurance Market, by Premium Type, US$ Mn 2016-2031
Table 34: Netherlands Marine Insurance Market, by Risk Type, US$ Mn 2016-2031
Table 35: Netherlands Marine Insurance Market, by Policy/Plan Type, US$ Mn 2016-2031
Table 36: Netherlands Marine Insurance Market, by Premium Type, US$ Mn 2016-2031
Table 37: Spain Marine Insurance Market, by Risk Type, US$ Mn 2016-2031
Table 38: Spain Marine Insurance Market, by Policy/Plan Type, US$ Mn 2016-2031
Table 39: Spain Marine Insurance Market, by Premium Type, US$ Mn 2016-2031
Table 40: U.K. Marine Insurance Market, by Risk Type, US$ Mn 2016-2031
Table 41: U.K. Marine Insurance Market, by Policy/Plan Type, US$ Mn 2016-2031
Table 42: U.K. Marine Insurance Market, by Premium Type, US$ Mn 2016-2031
Table 43: Asia Marine Insurance Market, by Risk Type, US$ Mn 2016-2031
Table 44: Asia Marine Insurance Market, by Policy/Plan Type, US$ Mn 2016-2031
Table 45: Asia Marine Insurance Market, by Premium Type, US$ Mn 2016-2031
Table 46: Asia Marine Insurance Market, by Country, US$ Mn 2016-2031
Table 47: China Marine Insurance Market, by Risk Type, US$ Mn 2016-2031
Table 48: China Marine Insurance Market, by Policy/Plan Type, US$ Mn 2016-2031
Table 49: China Marine Insurance Market, by Premium Type, US$ Mn 2016-2031
Table 50: Japan Marine Insurance Market, by Risk Type, US$ Mn 2016-2031
Table 51: Japan Marine Insurance Market, by Policy/Plan Type, US$ Mn 2016-2031
Table 52: Japan Marine Insurance Market, by Premium Type, US$ Mn 2016-2031
Table 53: Philippines Marine Insurance Market, by Risk Type, US$ Mn 2016-2031
Table 54: Philippines Marine Insurance Market, by Policy/Plan Type, US$ Mn 2016-2031
Table 55: Philippines Marine Insurance Market, by Premium Type, US$ Mn 2016-2031
Table 56: Singapore Marine Insurance Market, by Risk Type, US$ Mn 2016-2031
Table 57: Singapore Marine Insurance Market, by Policy/Plan Type, US$ Mn 2016-2031
Table 58: Singapore Marine Insurance Market, by Premium Type, US$ Mn 2016-2031
Table 59: South Korea Marine Insurance Market, by Risk Type, US$ Mn 2016-2031
Table 60: South Korea Marine Insurance Market, by Policy/Plan Type, US$ Mn 2016-2031
Table 61: South Korea Marine Insurance Market, by Premium Type, US$ Mn 2016-2031
Table 62: Oceania Marine Insurance Market, by Risk Type, US$ Mn 2016-2031
Table 63: Oceania Marine Insurance Market, by Policy/Plan Type, US$ Mn 2016-2031
Table 64: Oceania Marine Insurance Market, by Premium Type, US$ Mn 2016-2031
Table 65: Middle East Marine Insurance Market, by Risk Type, US$ Mn 2016-2031
Table 66: Middle East Marine Insurance Market, by Policy/Plan Type, US$ Mn 2016-2031
Table 67: Middle East Marine Insurance Market, by Premium Type, US$ Mn 2016-2031
Table 68: Middle East Marine Insurance Market, by Country, US$ Mn 2016-2031
Table 69: UAE Marine Insurance Market, by Risk Type, US$ Mn 2016-2031
Table 70: UAE Marine Insurance Market, by Policy/Plan Type, US$ Mn 2016-2031
Table 71: UAE Marine Insurance Market, by Premium Type, US$ Mn 2016-2031
Table 72: Africa Marine Insurance Market, by Risk Type, US$ Mn 2016-2031
Table 73: Africa Marine Insurance Market, by Policy/Plan Type, US$ Mn 2016-2031
Table 74: Africa Marine Insurance Market, by Premium Type, US$ Mn 2016-2031
Table 75: Africa Marine Insurance Market, by Country, US$ Mn 2016-2031
Table 76: Egypt Marine Insurance Market, by Risk Type, US$ Mn 2016-2031
Table 77: Egypt Marine Insurance Market, by Policy/Plan Type, US$ Mn 2016-2031
Table 78: Egypt Marine Insurance Market, by Premium Type, US$ Mn 2016-2031
Table 79: South Africa Marine Insurance Market, by Risk Type, US$ Mn 2016-2031
Table 80: South Africa Marine Insurance Market, by Policy/Plan Type, US$ Mn 2016-2031
Table 81: South Africa Marine Insurance Market, by Premium Type, US$ Mn 2016-2031
Table 82: Latin America Marine Insurance Market, by Risk Type, US$ Mn 2016-2031
Table 83: Latin America Marine Insurance Market, by Policy/Plan Type, US$ Mn 2016-2031
Table 84: Latin America Marine Insurance Market, by Premium Type, US$ Mn 2016-2031
Table 85: Latin America Marine Insurance Market, by Country, US$ Mn 2016-2031
Table 86: Brazil Marine Insurance Market, by Risk Type, US$ Mn 2016-2031
Table 87: Brazil Marine Insurance Market, by Policy/Plan Type, US$ Mn 2016-2031
Table 88: Brazil Marine Insurance Market, by Premium Type, US$ Mn 2016-2031
Table 89: Panama Marine Insurance Market, by Risk Type, US$ Mn 2016-2031
Table 90: Panama Marine Insurance Market, by Policy/Plan Type, US$ Mn 2016-2031
Table 91: Panama Marine Insurance Market, by Premium Type, US$ Mn 2016-2031

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