Safe Harbor Unveils Online Broker Portal

Posted by Michelle Howard
Monday, December 16, 2013

In the first phase of a new website rollout, Safe Harbor Pollution Insurance (SHPI) delivers the ultimate in electronic convenience with its My Harbor broker portal. This industry-leading platform enables real-time policy and claim access, empowering brokers to better service customers.


Brokers enter the personalized gateway by registering at The unique portal grants instant access to all quotes and policies, as well as the ability to view claims and print loss runs. Brokers can also make non-rated changes through My Harbor. "Real-time information management and the ability to complete any insurance transaction with speed and ease are defining differences in SHPI services. Brokers need better tools to enable them to easily concentrate on their clients' needs," said SHPI principal Russ Brown.

SHPI offers some of the broadest terms available in the commercial market, backed by the underwriting support of "A Excellent"-rated Starr Indemnity & Liability Company. Its Global Vessel Pollution Policy provides comprehensive protection of up to $150 million for any owner, operator or vessel. Policies with limits of $1 million or $5 million also meet a wide variety of vessel discharge pollution insurance requirements for marinas, shipyards and third parties.


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