The provider noted that the policy was on an "All Risks" basis, and offered a series of enhancements so the cover could be tailored to client's needs.
The insurer listed imports and exports, UK sales and purchases, non-sales and intercompany movements as well as movements between their own premises among the benefits, along with having access to its risk management, health and safety and business continuity services.
The provider also highlighted that the policy had been written in Plain English
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