Surrey-based Moore-Harvey International has launched four new risk insurance products. These are: delivering capital productivity, improving manufacturing productivity, assuring compliance and extending asset life. The aim of the approach is to make very small incremental risk reductions over the life of a plant or property and to assess risks at the beginning of a policy.
Accident assistance company 3 Arrows has launched a new safeguard legal expenses policy. It replaces the company's Motorist Assistance Service (MAS) legal protection policy. The new policy improves cover by adding a no-comeback guarantee on credit hire and repair. It also provides pre-accident cover for customers.
Marketing company Countrywide is offering the 180 users of its commercial electronic data interchange (EDI) system, called Diamond, access to a new liability contract – Solo-plus. The contract, underwritten by Axa, and designed for small contractors and self-employed people, includes public, commercial, product and employer liability.