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Are your sites ready for shut down?

Your onsite machinery (plant) is vulnerable to a number of problems such as breakdowns, vandalism and theft. Missing a project deadline can be bad news for your bottom line as well as your reputation. Plant All Risk Insurance covers you for loss of, or damage to, construction plant and equipment whilst in storage, transit, on the contract site or being use as a tool of trade.

Examples of plant include mobile compressors, graders, bulldozers, forklifts, trench diggers, dump trucks, front-end loaders, mechanical shovels etc.

What is Plant All Risk Insurance?

When is Your Plant Covered?

Plant All Risk Insurance covers you while it’s stored at your own premises, in transit between your premises and the place of use, whilst being used as a tool of trade or at an exhibition/ demonstration and transit back to your premises.

The cover can be extended to include plant hired-in, plant hired-out and for hire charges which may arise as a result of loss or damage or third party liability.

Whether you work on large scale construction sites or are a handyman, we have a broad range of Plant All Risk Insurance policies available to meet your specific needs and protect you against potential issues.

Keep things on track, and on time, with our Plant All Risks Insurance.

To find out more, speak to one of our expert advisers by dialing 080 777 7771 now.

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