Manufacturing Insurance
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Because your company is unique, you can tailor manufacturing insurance coverage to best fit your company’s needs. Contact Leavitt Piedmont Insurance to learn more.

Manufacturing Insurance

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What You Need to Know About Manufacturing Insurance

What is manufacturing insurance?
  • Forging

    Consider doing a brief self-evaluation by asking yourself the following questions:

    Workers Compensation

    The coverages listed above don’t cover everything. Depending on your manufacturing company, you may also benefit from the following policies:

    You run a unique company with unique factors and risks. Each factor and risk play a part in determining your company’s manufacturing insurance premiums. Some of these risks and factors include:

    Frequently Asked Questions

    • What manufacturing insurance coverage do I need?

      The exact coverage you choose will vary because your company and its risks are unique. However, there are some core policies we strongly recommend for all manufacturing company owners.

      • Workers Compensation
      • Commercial Auto
      • Professional Liability
      • Business Owners Policy (BOP)

      The coverages listed above don’t cover everything. Depending on your manufacturing company, you may also benefit from the following policies:

      • Earthquake
      • Umbrella
      • Equipment Breakdown
      • Manufacturers Errors and Omissions
      • Product Recall and Replacement
    • Who needs manufacturing insurance?

      Anybody with a manufacturing company. Consider doing a brief self-evaluation by asking yourself the following questions:

      • Does your company have the finances to survive a mass product recall?
      • Can your manufacturing facility afford excess downtime if a natural disaster happens?
      • Will you be able to repair or replace heavy machinery if it breaks down?

      If your answer to any of these questions is yes, it is strongly recommended that you protect yourself and your business with manufacturing insurance.

    • What affects manufacturing insurance premiums?
      You run a unique company with unique factors and risks. Each factor and risk play a part in determining your company's manufacturing insurance premiums. Some of these risks and factors include: Specific Industry Your Recommended Insurance Limits Use of Heavy-Duty Machinery Presence of Hazardous Materials Vehicles Number of Employees Claim History As professionals in manufacturing insurance, we make it our business to know you and your concerns. We spend time learning and listening to better serve you, our clients. You've worked hard to build your company. The next step is to protect it. We'll assess what your risks are and help you tailor an insurance policy for your company. We'd love to chat with you. Contact us today!
    • Do you or your employees act as specialists providing custom design and manufacturing services that may cause a client financial damage through any errors or omissions?
      If so, then you should maintain a professional liability policy. You work hard to perform your duties and responsibilities to the best of your ability, but you may face a lawsuit if your customer isn't satisfied. Protect your employees, your business, and yourself with a professional liability policy.
    • What is manufacturing insurance?
      The term manufacturing insurance covers a wide range of policies available for purchase by manufacturing companies. There isn't one, all-encompassing insurance policy for manufacturing that will cover your entire range of risks. However, there is an upside. Because your company is unique, you can tailor coverage to best fit your company's needs. You can find coverage options for all types of manufacturing. Some examples of different manufacturers include: Bottling and Canning Clothing Manufacturers Textile Creators Electronics Machinery Forging Casting Meat Packing Plant Printers Furniture Manufacturers