Redwood Logistics Partners with Loadsure to Provide Cargo Insurance to Transportation Network

–RedwoodConnect users will gain access to automated all-risk cargo insurance platform– CHICAGO, Oct. 22, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Redwood Logistics announced today a partnership with Loadsure, an on-demand, all-risk cargo load insurance platform. Powered by automation and machine learning, this end-to-end digital insurance solution can be made available to shippers […]

–RedwoodConnect users will gain access to automated all-risk cargo insurance platform–

CHICAGO, Oct. 22, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Redwood Logistics announced today a partnership with Loadsure, an on-demand, all-risk cargo load insurance platform. Powered by automation and machine learning, this end-to-end digital insurance solution can be made available to shippers through RedwoodConnect, Redwood’s flagship supply chain integration platform-as-a-service (iPaaS) platform.

Loadsure, an international Insurtech Managing General Agent (MGA) and Lloyd’s coverholder, provides on-demand per-load insurance for shippers and carriers to cost-effectively manage their risk exposure with a single click, as well as resolve claims settlement within minutes.

“Redwood manages over $3.5 billion in Freight Under Management and this partnership provides a great opportunity to help our customers protect and insure that valuable freight cargo inside the Redwood platform,” said David Rowe, Chief Operating Officer, Redwood Logistics. “Enabling our RedwoodConnect users to have access to the Loadsure product is yet another illustration on how we are using latest technologies and machine learning to deliver new and innovative solutions to our customers’ supply chains.”

RedwoodConnect connects disparate supply chain technologies, providing users with streamlined processes, easier workflows and data sharing amongst their teams. The addition of Loadsure to the platform gives users access to accurate, affordable, wrap-around coverage to better manage risk exposure. The platform fills a cargo insurance gap within the supply chain industry, simplifying the insurance shopping process and giving users immediate access to coverage.

“Millions of uninsured and underinsured loads are transported across North America every day, representing a huge liability and threat to a company’s cash flow,” said Johnny McCord, Founder and Chief Executive Officer, Loadsure. “In the face of massive economic disruption, we’re excited to partner with Redwood in helping thousands of shippers mitigate the risk exposure that’s inherent in carrier liability policies—all through their user-friendly technology platform.”

RedwoodConnect users can access the Loadsure module within the platform, set coverage selection rules and get immediate set-it-and-forget-it peace of mind. For more information, please visit the RedwoodConnect service page.

About Redwood Logistics
Redwood Logistics, a leading logistics platform company headquartered in Chicago, has been providing solutions for moving and managing freight for more than 18 years. The company’s diverse portfolio includes digital freight brokerage, flexible freight management, and innovative platform services that simplify the integration of disparate supply chain technology. Redwood Logistics connects its diverse roster of customers to the power of supply chain management, technology and the industry’s brightest minds. For more information, connect with us by visiting our website.

About Loadsure
Loadsure is an international Insurtech Managing General Agent (MGA), and its eyes are set on revitalizing the freight spot market with exciting new technology. With an innovative digital product, it takes the lead, fueling growth and driving diversification within the market. Loadsure’s fully digital end-to-end, cloud-based insurance solution leverages predictive analytics and cutting-edge tech stack to provide the spot freight community with a full-service insurtech solution, integrated with leading digital transportation management platforms. Visit loadsure.net.

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