INDUSTRY INSIGHTS AND COMMUNITY NEWS
There has been a lot of discussion about the challenging insurance marketplace. Understanding what a risk aware tyre business looks like and what appeals to insurers is a good start.
Following years of unprecedented uncertainty, UK manufacturers have learned it pays to be prepared for the unexpected. Indeed, the recent pandemic has simply served to accelerate many trends that were already in motion.
With a second lockdown imminent, here we take a look at recommendations for care, construction, and office-based businesses, some of which will apply to most business sectors.
Despite the efforts to reduce greenhouse gases, we cannot avoid all the consequences of climate change. This create business risks, which is of particular concern to manufacturers who may have premises or global suppliers in climate-vulnerable zones.
The need to protect a construction project does not end when the building is completed. There are many reasons why as the owner or developer of a building you might still need to consider having the development insured after completion.
From targeted net-zero emissions by 2050, to concerns around new technologies, the increasing awareness of climate change issues and a challenging insurance market, the UK renewable energy sector is facing significant challenges from external pressures.
Marsh Commercial has significant experience in arranging insurance for the tyre industry and in partnership with the NTDA has now designed insurance programmes specifically for the sector.
Heading towards the end of our series, we are now discussing the fourth topic from our Managing Risk in Farming report, the growing organisation of rural crime.