Getting the Right Coverage for Your Marine Manufacturing Operations

Marine Manufacturing Operations

As a manufacturer and provider of marine vessels and parts, your customers and partners count on you to deliver products that meet the highest standards in quality and performance. After all, end-users rely on carefully designed and constructed elements for safe travel in watercraft and the operations therein. You need insurance to cover your work product and operations. Moreover, this insurance must be tailored to the specific requirements of marine manufacturing. Choose a provider of recreational marine insurance wholesaling for coverage that is designed to meet your needs as a manufacturer. 

Understanding Marine Insurance Coverage

When choosing an insurance provider, look for one that offers policies to cover every aspect of your business, including the following:

1.Property Coverages

• Real and Personal Property

• Yacht Retail

• Equipment and Tools

• Boat Show/Exhibitions

• Owned Vessels

• Piers, Wharves and Docks

• Business Income

2.Liability Coverages

• General Liability

• Products-Completed

• Marina Operations

• Protection and Indemnity

• Ship Repairs

• Commercial Automobile

• Pollution and Cleanup

• Bumbershoot, or Excess Liability

3.Employee Coverages

• Workers Compensation

• Jones Act/MEL/USL&H

Covering Your Business

Your clients, prime contractors, and partners rely on your ability to deliver quality products and goods. They also depend on you being able to back up your work product with coverage that addresses the work you do. Look for a provider that not only offers tailor-made policies, but supports you with a strong track record in loss prevention, claims and risk management, and customer service.

This post was written by , posted on July 6, 2020 Monday at 7:02 am