Fish launches mobility retailer insurance scheme

By: fishadmin, On: 25 September 2017

Fish Insurance has teamed up with its sister company, PIB insurance, to launch a new insurance product for mobility retailers.

Mobility Plus will be an ‘all-risks’ product that provides cover for buildings, contents and stock, including damage protection for goods in transit.

Andy Mellor, head of business operations at Fish Insurance, said: “We have a 40-year pedigree, which means we can offer unrivalled insight into the mobility and care sector, and because we have strong partnerships with retailers, we have an advanced understanding of what they need to protect and safeguard their business.”

The extensive product, which is to be launched at this year’s Trade Days exhibition in October, will also cover Employers Liability and Public Liability cover including loss of income.

Andy added; “As you’d expect from an innovative insurer, we’ve developed a commercial insurance policy designed to support a wide range of mobility businesses. The cover will be available to retailers, manufacturers and distributors ranging from sole traders to national multi-million pound suppliers.”

In addition to launching the new policy, Fish will be showcasing a new suite of benefits for mobility retailers including an award-winning finance solution, an enhanced appointed representative programme and a ground-breaking theft deterrent.

Fish Insurance’s Business Partnership team will be at Trade Days on the 8th and 9th of October at stand C9.

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