The UAA insurance team strive for accuracy when it comes to insuring plant and equipment.

The importance of accuracy when it comes to insurance

The sum insured you set can influence multiple aspects of your insurance, including premium and potential claims payout. As the sum insured for your equipment is set by you (and not the insurer), it is important that sums insured are reviewed with your broker at renewal to ensure your equipment is adequately covered for its current market value, says Jacinta Fryer from UAA. 
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UAA proudly puts faces to insurance

Insurance has often been accused of being a faceless industry with a constant race to the bottom regarding who offers the best deals. UAA has always put faces to the business and with its recent restructure and investment, new and important individuals are taking on more responsibilities. Marc Crossman, UAA’s Regional Manager South (VIC, SA, TAS, NT) is a good example.
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UAA’s Renewed Customer focus

Since Steadfast Group’s announcement of the merger of mobile plant and equipment insurance companies Underwriting Agencies of Australia (UAA) and MECON, the focus has been on increasing the efficiencies of the organisations and enhancing their abilities to service customers more effectively. 
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The winds of change are blowing

For some crane businesses the challenges of the last three years have been proved to be too much, with a number of good family-owned businesses deciding to close the doors. With 28 years plus of crane financing experience Jeff Wilson, Senior Partner at Finlease, predicts further changes will blow through the industry – and has tips on how to navigate them.
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