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New vehicles are specialist cargo and require specialist solutions.
New vehicles are valuable, emotive, accumulate in vast numbers and are generally unprotected. Logistics flows are global in nature with lead times measured in months. Whilst risks associated with this sector are unique, we understand them, the need for partnership and your focus on delivering beyond your clients’ requirements. After all, you have global brand names as clients and you want to provide them with the best solutions possible.
Catastrophic risks need to be understood to be underwritten. Your clients require support in the event the worst should happen. Vehicle manufacturers want visibility of data and rely on you to help them drive down damage and retained cost. They want you to provide risk management solutions that go beyond claims management services alone.
We understand the pressure insurers feel to adjust claims in line with manufacturer quality and repair specifications, irrespective of the policy conditions. We also understand their drive to ensure vehicles move swiftly through the delivery chain.
Your clients want to see better recovery levels achieved by insurers as they look to reduce overall costs through subrogation activity. Complex contracting and specialist logistics providers need to be handled by companies with a thorough understanding of the physical operations and dynamics of the sector.
When a vehicle requires complex repair processes to remedy damages sustained en route, it is possible the repairer may not identify the most cost effective way to complete the repair.
Sevatas provides handover inspection related services typically to logistics service providers such as vessel operators, port operators, rail and road transporters.
For motor manufacturers and their insurers, minimising the cost of a claim is essential. As such, recovering costs from the liable logistics provider is a fundamental element of our claims management service.
Damages to vehicles in transit cost our sector €200m annually and this doesn't include the administration costs. Damaged vehicles also need repairing which can delay the customer sale and damage your brand.
Damage and cost can be reduced through the review of claims management processes. Weaknesses can be identified and removed through audit and the identification and implementation of improvements.
For manufacturers and insurers who are exposed to the accumulation of high numbers of vehicles vulnerable to a catastrophic event (such as a hail storm), we offer two distinct services.
When a vehicle is damaged en route to the final customer, it is vital the claim is managed quickly, efficiently and professionally.