Manufacturing & Wholesale Insurance
Insurance for manufacturers and wholesalers
According to the 20014/15 statistics gathered by the Health and Safety Executive, manufacturing is amongst the UK industries with higher than average rates of accidents that lead to injuries. Even the most scrupulously managed warehouse or factory contains hazards, which is why you need a manufacturing insurance policy to cover you against a range of risks.
We work with a number of insurers so we can offer you a manufacturing insurance policy that meets your individual needs, putting our 30+ years of experience and specialist team to work for you.
How our insurance for wholesalers and manufacturers can help your business
Agricultural and manufacturing businesses face numerous risks outside of their control every day. If your business is unlucky enough to suffer damage to or theft of goods, loss of income, or equipment failure due to an insured event, the right manufacturing insurance policy can limit the financial damage.
Call our specialist advisors on 0800 051 4199 (lines are open Mon - Fri 9am - 7pm) to discuss the covers you’d like to be included in your manufacturing insurance policy.
Alternatively, click “Request a callback” above and fill on some details so we can get in touch with you.
Covers to consider
Public liability insurance is widely seen as essential for all industries. Find out what public liability insurance is and how it can cover your business against legal claims from third parties.
Employers’ Liability Insurance is a legally essential form of cover for any business with employees (which includes apprentices). This article, ‘Employers' Liability insurance explained’ tells you what you need to know.
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