Auto part manufacturing calls for careful coverage

Your business rests on expensive production machinery, but that’s just one piece of the puzzle. Product recall, damaged tools, and liability issues that come with faulty products can complicate matters quickly, whether you manufacture auto and truck operating parts, body parts, reefers, or other vehicle accessories. We’re here to help protect your livelihood with auto part insurance coverage to address problems that can arise in the workshop and beyond.

Get a quote now!

What kind of insurance coverage do non-critical auto part makers need?

Precise tools, multi-step processes, and critical vendor relationships can make the manufacturing of non-critical auto parts a difficult job. We’ve compiled a policy to address common challenges, concerns, and demands at each step of the way, with coverages like:

Need more? No problem.

We have some automatic extensions too, like Product Recall Expense, Negative Publicity, and Defective Goods Repair or Replacement Extension for claims made.

When can auto part insurance come to your rescue?

Your business relies on your skill and care as much as it relies on your specialized equipment: if you make a small mistake in the production phase, it could compromise the finished vehicle, and the blame could fall on you. Make sure your tools and machinery are covered – as well as the work itself – by adding some specialized extensions to your basic Commercial General Liability (CGL), Property, and Auto insurance coverage.

Moulds and Patterns
Product Recall
Cyber Risk

Managing Risk

Risk management is a smart investment – we provide it at no extra cost!

We know that the risks your non-critical auto part manufacturing business faces are different than the risks affecting other manufacturing businesses. We also believe that you can help to defend against your unique set of risks with the right information and some smart guidance.

Our value-added services focus on helping you identify and mitigate the risks your business faces each day. An assessment of your protection systems, hazardous materials, and best practice risk control measures can help uncover the inherent risks associated with the equipment and materials you use. In-person consultations carried out by experienced risk services professionals can leave you with the knowledge and confidence you need to protect every aspect of the business you’ve worked so hard to build.

Are you ready to set up a comprehensive insurance policy for your auto parts manufacturing business?

Get a quote now!

Back to Top
Company Logo