Jason Lawford, Account Manager for Well Dunn, asks a few questions on the insurances for manufacturing and engineering businesses.
You will be fully aware that by not having the correct insurances in place, you risk your business and its future. In today’s increasingly litigious age, this really can make all the difference.
My role at Well Dunn is to help businesses get the right cover to ensure they can continue trading, and in the worst case scenario, get back to trading as soon as possible.
The manufacturing and engineering industries are synonymous with the use of heavy machinery, plant or large-scale production systems. Our job is to consider all the possible outcomes and manage the risks you face to ensure your business is protected.
There are many things to consider when looking at the right insurance package. Below I’ve outlined a few situations.
- What would your business do if a product they created caused harm to the consumer? Would your public or product liability insurance be comprehensive enough to cover your business?
- If your biggest machine broke down meaning you missed an important deadline, could your business survive?
- Who do your customers sell the products to and would you be liable for their actions?
There are a variety of insurances that I can assist you with including business interruption, directors’ and officers’ liability cover, public and product liability insurance, goods in transit, motor fleet insurance and various covers for your buildings and contents including machinery and stock.
To arrange to speak to me about any of the above, call 0161 879 6002 or email me email@example.com