Manufacturing Insurance

Whatever area of manufacturing you operate in, the risks you face are complex and often difficult to manage and control. You need a partner who understands those complexities and other external factors to ensure your business is protected today and ready to face the challenges of the future.

Product recall or contamination, supply chain breakdown, your workforce and external factors such as energy and fuel pricing, raw material costs, the environment and the financial markets are just some of the elements that can cause disruption to your business.

At Griffiths & Armour, we understand the unique challenges, pressures and high levels of risk you face as a manufacturer through the extensive experience we have gained in delivering effective and proven risk management solutions for other manufacturing businesses like yours.

Combining industry diversity and experience to deliver innovative solutions.

Our clients operate across a diverse range of manufacturing industries, from entrepreneurial start-ups making innovative new products and SME’s with a specialist market, to large manufacturers with a wide range of products destined for UK and international consumers. We believe our breadth of industry experience with intelligence and insight gathered over many years, enables us to deliver innovative and customised solutions for your business that many other insurance brokers simply cannot offer.

You can expect to be introduced to a manufacturing insurance specialist with the expertise and technical skills to understand your business requirements. Following an assessment of your needs, you will be presented with the options before we shape a comprehensive risk management and insurance programme that works coherently with the demands placed on your operational processes, business assets and workforce.

Getting you back on track. Quickly.

Should the unexpected occur, you can have total confidence that we are on hand immediately to take control of the situation on your behalf. Re-establishing continuity in your business operation will be top priority. You can take comfort in knowing we manage all client claims in-house, so unlike many other brokers who don’t have the same in-house capability, you will never be passed directly onto insurers or other parties involved in the claims process unless it’s essential and in your best interests to do so. When we say our priority is managing your claim efficiently and with minimal disruption to your business, we mean it.

Our specialist manufacturing team have experience across many industry sectors including:

  • Automotive
  • Textiles
  • Metal, glass, timber and plastics
  • Chemicals
  • Domestic and household goods
  • Technology
  • Food and drink
  • Industrial components

We customise your risk management programme to your needs. Typically, insurance cover can include some of the following:

  • Asset protection – plant operations, tools, property or machinery
  • Business Interruption
  • Goods in Transit
  • Public and Employers' liability
  • Offsite Storage cover
  • Vehicle cover and Goods in Transit
  • Directors’ and Officers’ insurance
  • Professional Indemnity protection

If you are ready to talk or are interested in finding out how we can help, get in touch or request a call back and we’ll be happy to contact you at a convenient time.

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