We know you’re dealing with a whole gamut of risks; Cutting, folding, machining, punching, shearing, stamping, welding and for some of our clients, casting and foundry work is also involved. No matter how you dress it up fabricating metal is very intense and high-risk.
Your insurance policy needs to reflect those risks and provide protection from your liabilities. At S-Tech we’ve been looking after the insurance needs of metal fabricators for over 30 years and we’re confident we can ensure you’re comprehensively protected from all risks and eventualities.
We have experienced staff who are very knowledgeable about your industry and working processes.
We can review your Health and Safety and any other survey issues which may arise.
We have a team of dedicated people who take great care and pride in providing you with excellent service and customer satisfaction
A common gap in cover for a metal fabricator is an efficacy exclusion under their Products Liability insurance. This would exclude claims arising from the product failing to perform its intended function. Insurers can be reluctant to remove this exclusion, but we feel it is vital as there can be unintended consequences from such a restriction, such as when structural steel, barriers or guards are the products involved.
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