Tailored cover for your Manufacturing customers

The manufacturing sector covers a wide range of trades, opportunities and challenges and forms a large and important part of the UK economy. This is why we launched our enhanced and tailored Manufacturing proposition for mid-market customers through Aviva Premier last year.

Recognising the diversity of the manufacturing industry, our Aviva Premier manufacturing proposition offers a range of enhanced covers and services to ensure your customers get a flexible and tailored insurance solution to match the needs their business. This is brought out in our in-depth Manufacturing industry report.

Key cover enhancements, include:

·         business interruption extensions with a limit of 10% of the sum insured or up to £250,000 whatever is lower for:

-       Unspecified Customers and Suppliers

-       Research & Development Costs

-       Transit

-       Property Stored

·         environmental statutory clean-up costs up to £1,000,000

·         products recall up to £100,000*

·         directors and officers up to £1,000,000*

More than just cover …

As well as enhanced covers we recognise the importance of having a tailored risk management, claims and value added services for your manufacturing customers, key highlights include:

·         tailored survey programme and bespoke client reporting via dedicated risk consultants

·         the provision of claims relationship managers and bespoke client claims MI reporting

·         free access to over 100 health & safety e-Learning models via Safety Media Ltd

·         business support funding to part or fully fund**:

-          ISOH, NEBOSH and other technical courses via RoSPA

-          Barrett-Corp-Harrington building valuations and machinery overview valuation services.

-          thermal imaging surveys via Bureau Veritas

 

To find out more about Aviva Premier and our manufacturing proposition, contact your Aviva business development manager or visit Aviva Broker.

* Subject to the Risk

**Subject to business case

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