We are very pleased to announce that we have appointed Kingfisher Motor Trade as our new approved insurance broker.
For our network of more than 600 members across the UK, we view Kingfisher Motor Trade as offering the traditional service values needed by modern garages. Any garage in the network requesting an insurance quote from Kingfisher Motor Trade will be visited by an experienced Account Executive, from a team boasting over 100 years’ experience in the industry. They aim to provide a friendly, professional review, without obligation.
The relationship between Servicesure and Kingfisher will yield additional benefits, with an exclusive policy wording available for members and a loyalty programme designed to encourage support for garages, helping you to protect your business interests in the long term.
Kingfisher Motor Trade is part of NSM Insurance Group, a US-owned company with $1.5 billion in insurance premiums under management globally, helping to provide financial stability to companies through specialist insurance products.
Paul Dineen, Head of Servicesure, said: “We are always looking at the best ways to support our network and this new relationship with Kingfisher Motor Trade will give our member garages the opportunity to review their insurance with a team of accessible professionals who specialise in the motor trade.
“It is great to see an enthusiastic, dedicated and progressive company who share our ethos for providing great service and value through the products and the advice they offer. We’re looking forward to working closely with them.”
Mark Bacon, Chief Product Officer at Kingfisher, said: “We are proud to become the appointed insurance broker of Servicesure, and will look to help garages across the network by providing individual attention to their needs.
“With national coverage and knowledge of all areas of the motor trade, we are well placed to assist garages across the country, and to seek new and innovative solutions to the challenges they face. Our team cannot wait to show the difference we can make in helping Servicesure members.”