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New Address in Venezuela - Nueva Dirección en Venezuela

Moller Group has been consistently providing its services to the Industry and Commercial Customers for over 50 years.

Moller Group's international network of surveyors extends South America and Central America with offices in Venezuela, Colombia, Costa Rica, Guatemala and Honduras.

We strive to provide integral services in risk assessment and for cargo transportation, in accordance with different risk management techniques and our logistics and insurance issues know-how.

El Grupo Moller ha servido a la Industria Aseguradora y a los Clientes Comerciales ininterrumpidamente por mas de 50 años.

La red internacional de ajustadores del Grupo Moller se extiende por Sur América y América Central con oficinas en Venezuela, Colombia, Costa Rica, Guatemala y Honduras.

Nos esforzamos para ofrecer un servicio integral en verificación y prevención de riesgos para transportes de carga de acuerdo a diferentes técnicas en el Manejo de Riesgos así como nuestra logística y el “know-how” en materia de seguros.

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New Address in Venezuela - Nueva Direccion en Venezuela

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News - Noticias: NEW DEVELOPMENTS IN THE VENEZUELAN PORTS 2009.
Moller Group

NOTIFICATION TO OUR CLIENTS

 

NEW DEVELOPMENTS IN THE VENEZUELAN PORTS

 

Caracas  August 14, 2009

 

Further to our previous Circular dated June 17, 2009 we inform that per  government decree dated July 29, 2009 the state has now taken over the operations and warehousing of the main Venezuelan Ports  including Maracaibo, Puerto Cabello and La Guaira. The Ports will be managed through the company named BOLIVARIANA DE PUERTOS (BOLIPUERTOS) .

 

 Warehouses and handling equipments have been taken over from the private companies, which were handling the port operations up to now.  Port workers are also said to be taken over by the state although we understand that an important number of managers will not accept the transfer.

 

Operations, especially in Pto. Cabello were interrupted for some days and now have been resumed although, as we could notice, with delays and disorganization. The general cargo is handled almost totally by the government; bulk cargo is still handled by private stevedores for now.

 

The risk for the cargo is expected to increase both during its handling as the warehousing. During the transition time the risk will increase even more due to the general confusion existing (For example we understand that the inventory system for the merchandise in some warehouses is not working).


However we understand that the new Port Institution was making inquiries regarding liability insurance, as stated in our previous circular, we expect that claims against them regarding robbery and damage of merchandise  will be extremely difficult if not impossible. Also stevedores damages to the vessels will be difficult to claim.

 

We will inform about any new developments,

 

Best  Regards,

 

Bruno Moller


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