Haulage insurance and Logistics insurance
Why you need a haulage insurance specialist
Whatever the size of your haulage operation, you'll have clients relying on your services and your ability to deliver. If your vehicles are out of action, you're not earning. When challenges arise, haulage and logistics insurance protects your operation liabilities and assets.
- Keep your wheels turning
In the event of a fire, theft, or accident, you will have access to much needed funds and advice to keep you operational.
- Connect with partner insurers
With leading insurers and an award winning broker on your side, you can feel confident that your business is covered.
- Expert advice and insight
Access to the latest training, information and legislation advice from insurance, risk management, and health & safety specialists.
How our haulage and logistics insurance experts help
You need to keep your business running regardless of the challenges thrown your way – from a tight deadline to a vehicle off the road. Our haulage insurance experts can help. We’ve been meeting hauliers insurance needs for over 30 years, so we understand your challenges.
With expert knowledge of the haulage industry, we are able to recommend the best level of protection of goods in transit insurance and risk management to protect your business.
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Vehicle sourcing and finance
Choosing, sourcing, financing, and managing fleets can be hugely time-consuming. Whether you want just one vehicle or a fleet, cars or vans, our expert partners can help you find the right solution.
Fleet risk management
Managing a fleet is a challenge. Add the stress of dealing with claims, and you have a huge job on your hands. Effective risk management can help you to reduce both the cost and frequency of accidents and claims, which can help to reduce your premiums.
Frequently asked questions
The latest articles and updates about commercial vehicles and the motor trade
From February 2019, trucks that don’t meet the latest emissions standards will pay extra tax.
Another cold snap of winter 2018 is sweeping across the country, so it feels like a fitting time to remind both you and your employees of a few safety tips to help you keep your vehicles safe.