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Choosing the right insurance for your warehouse can be challenging – it takes time and a good understanding of the covers on offer to make an informed decision. Many business owners renew year on year without shopping around, even though the cover may no longer be the most suitable.

Simply call us and we’ll find the right warehouse insurance on your behalf, making arranging your insurance simple and hassle-free. If you prefer, leave your details and we’ll call you back at a time that’s convenient for you. Our advisors are on hand to listen to your requirements and make recommendations based on your individual needs so you get the best cover for your warehousing business.  

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If you own or run a warehouse then it's essential to have the right insurance in place to protect your premises, stock, equipment and staff as these are key elements to your business continuity. Whether you are storing extra stock for your own business, raw materials, or goods ready for distribution, warehouse insurance can protect against a variety of unforeseen events, from property damage to public liability claims.

There are a number of risks that can lead to claims within a warehouse, so stock insurance may not be your only consideration. Goods stored on racking or at height can pose a risk to employees or visitors, as well as moving and transporting these goods within the warehouse. If you have employees stacking shelves, or visiting the site, then you will need to take out employers’ liability insurance. This can safeguard your business against compensation claims and legal costs, should a member of staff sustain an injury in the warehouse due to your negligence.

If you have customers or suppliers, or even members of the public visiting your warehouse, then public liability cover will need to be included alongside your stock insurance. This will typically cover accidental injury and accidental damage to their property, so if stock fell from some shelving injuring them; your public liability insurance would cover awards for damages and the legal costs associated with such claims.

If you have other considerations such as fork lifts or delivery vehicles, then we can help you source additional insurance to give you comprehensive protection, such as engineering inspection cover or business van insurance.

The insurance solutions we can arrange for your warehouse are flexible enough to be tailored to your specific needs and can cover the risks your business faces on a day-to-day basis. For example, if you need to protect your stock as well as your building, you can choose to add business stock insurance. If you are moving goods from one premises to the next, then you may wish to consider goods in transit cover, which will typically include cover for a proportion of your stock that is stored away from your main business premises.

Whether you have a large warehouse or a small lock up unit, we can arrange warehousing insurance and stock insurance that is tailored to your needs. So even if your insurance needs aren’t simple, arranging your warehouse insurance can be. Speak to one of our advisors today to get some valuable advice and a tailored warehouse insurance solution.

Covers to consider:

  • Contents, buildings and stock
  • Public and products liability insurance
  • Employers' liability insurance
  • Business interruption insurance
  • Inclusion of seasonal increase on stock
  • Goods in transit

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"I’ve used Premierline for my work insurance for a few years now. They always find me such competitive prices. As a small business owner I really couldn’t afford the prices when I looked online myself especially after having had no work for 7 weeks when Covid-19 first hit. So it was a huge relief to find a policy I could afford and be ready for when work started to pour in."

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"I rang Premierline just to check other insurance offers, after my sky high renewal from my previous insurer. The adviser was friendly and very easy to understand and talk to and he got me a fantastic deal. Very happy.”

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