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MANUFACTURING

We allow you to focus on profitability and operational demands while we work to reduce your risk, administrative burden and insurance costs.

Types of Manufacturers We Insure

  • Textile Products

  • Steel Fabricated Products

  • Wood Products

  • Industrial Machinery and Parts

  • Machine Shops

  • Plastics and Rubber Products

  • Printers 

  • Stone, Clay and Glass Products

  • Food and Kindred Products

  • Electrical Components

  • Misc. Manufacturers

Coverage Highlights

  • Blanket Machinery / Equipment

  • Loss of Stock - Selling Price Valuation

  • Dependent Properties Business Income

  • Spoilage

  • Personal Property Seasonal Limits

  • Manufacturer's Errors & Omissions

  • Environmental Liability

  • Product Recall

  • Utility Services - Direct & Indirect

  • Service Interruption

  • Umbrella & Excess Liability

  • Additional Insured Provisions

  • Large Bonding Capacity

  • Employment Practices Liability

  • Much More...

Risk Management Services

  • Contract Reviews

  • Strategic Marketing

  • Claims Advocacy

  • COI Processing & Management

  • Targeted Loss Control

  • Experience Mod. Analysis

  • Bid Requirement Assistance

  • Employee Safety & Training

  • OSHA Compliance & Reporting

  • Incident Tracking & Reporting

  • HR Assistance & Hotline

  • Fleet & Driver Safety Programs

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Claims Scenario:
ERRORS & OMISSIONS

A building products manufacturer provided value-engineering and design services for a few specific residential builders.  One particular housing project included 60 new residential homes totally approximately 210,000 total square feet. After the initial insulation of the manufactured products, the specifications were determined to be incorrect, resulting in a month of project down time, 1st party product recall expenses and reputational...

Highlighted Service:
CONTRACT REVIEWS

A cosmetic goods manufacturer was growing quickly and determined to expand their footprint. The company decided to reinvest profits in growing their fleet of vehicles in order to self-perform the majority of their distribution. Without a formal fleet safety program, claims began to amass totaling over $450,000 in losses over a (3) three year period resulting in premium increases of $50,000 or 35% of their total insurance spend.