Insurance for manufacturers.

Make sure your business is protected.

There are many unique risks and needs related to being a manufacturer; make sure you have robust coverage and a professional risk management team to help you be prepared.

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Insurance solutions we typically recommend for manufacturers include:

  • Coverage for building, business property, and continuing business expenses.
  • Commercial Output Program (COP).
  • Business income for:
    • Dependent properties.
    • Transport.
    • Vehicle physical damage.
  • Commercial inland marine:
    • Property-in-transit.
    • Computers and media.
  • Consequential loss to stock and selling price valuation.
  • Contractual failure.
  • Property off premises and property of others.
  • Personal property season limits increase.
  • Equipment breakdown.
  • Service interruption.
  • Spoilage.
  • Liability coverage for bodily injury, property damage, personal injury.
  • Automobile.
  • Additional transportation expense.
  • Employees non-ownership.
  • Hired car physical damage coverage.
  • Lease/loan gap coverage.
  • Commercial Umbrella Insurance.
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Tips from Experts
Tips from our experts
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Is Your Employee Safety Incentive Program Effective?

As the owner or manager of a small business, your attitude toward job safety and health will be reflected by your employees. If you are not interested in preventing employee injury and illness, your employees will probably not give safety and health much thought either.

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4 Reasons to Purchase Product Liability Insurance

Your customers expect you to have safe and reliable products, and failing to meet these expectations can lead to huge financial losses. If one of your products harms a customer in any way, they can sue your business, leading to costly legal fees and settlements. These costs can easily reach six figures.

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What You Should Know About Flood Insurance

Flooding is a risk to any business, whether you are inland or near the coastline. In fact, in the past five years all 50 states have experienced floods, and at least one in four businesses that shuts down from a natural disaster never reopens.