Marine insurance, or "transportation insurance" as it should more appropriately be called, is multiple-line in its coverage. Its protection extends not merely to the carrier as regards all the numerous perils that endanger the same, but also to goods against nearly every possible transportation hazard from the time they leave the shipper's warehouse in the interior of one country, through all the various stages of the journey either by water or land, until delivered safely into the warehouse of the foreign consignee.
Huebner, Solomon S. PhD, "American Transportation Insurance Facilities in Foreign Countries" (1926). Solomon S. Huebner Documents. 172.