Not everything these days is sent by email, fax or Royal Mail. The courier industry is thriving, as businesses and individuals want their packages, parcels and letters delivered by hand, either the same day or within 24 hours. But being responsible for the goods of other people is a big responsibility, and one that courier companies need to take seriously. The best way to demonstrate that you’re serious about your responsibilities and are committed to providing a professional service is to ensure that you have the right courier insurance.
If you deliver anything for a fee, whether that’s letters and small packages, medical equipment or even catalogues, you need to have the right cover. If your couriers are using their own vehicles then it is highly likely that unless they have specified on their insurance that their vehicle is being used for courier purposes, their insurance is not valid. So for both courier companies who want packages containing public liability and private liability insurance, goods in transit cover and employer’s liability protection, and for individuals who need motor insurance that allows them to use their vehicle for courier deliveries, we can help.
Park insurance has been offering comprehensive, bespoke insurance packages to our discerning clients for over 20 years. Our experts are all fully qualified and regulated, trained in offering you impartial advice that isn’t influenced by any ties to particular insurance providers. We search the market and use our position as preferred brokers to source you the cheapest, most comprehensive courier insurance deals.
Tailor-made to suit your needs
We can tailor your package to suit your specific needs, whether you’re looking for cover that will protect you against the loss of financial documents, for example, or need insurance cover that will protect perishable or fragile goods in transit, we can help.
To find out more about our extensive range of bespoke courier insurance packages, contact us direct and talk to one of our friendly advisers for impartial advice and a no-obligation quote.