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Manufacturers Insurance: Protect Your Business from Risks and Losses

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 Manufacturers Insurance



Manufacturing insurance is a type of coverage that protects businesses in the manufacturing industry from potential risks and losses. At CCB Insurance Services, located in Sandy, Welches, Boring, Gresham, OR, we offer a range of manufacturing insurance options to help protect your business.
One type of coverage we offer is property insurance, which protects your physical assets, such as your manufacturing facility and equipment, from damage or loss due to events like fires, storms, and vandalism. This coverage can help ensure that you have the financial resources to repair or replace damaged property and get your business up and running again as quickly as possible.

We also offer liability insurance for manufacturers, which helps protect your business from legal claims that may arise as a result of accidents or injuries that occur on your property or due to your products. This coverage can help cover the cost of legal fees and damages you may be responsible for.

In addition to property and liability insurance, we offer coverage for a range of other manufacturing-specific risks, including product recall insurance, which helps cover the costs of recalling and replacing a defective product, and business interruption insurance, which helps cover lost income and expenses if your manufacturing operation is disrupted due to a covered event.

At CCB Insurance Services, we understand the unique insurance needs of businesses in the manufacturing industry. Our team of experienced agents will work with you to assess your risks and design a customized insurance plan that fits your specific needs and budget. We are committed to providing you with the protection you need to keep your business running smoothly and successfully.
 
Manufacturing insurance can include a range of coverages to protect businesses in the manufacturing industry from various risks and losses. Here are some examples of the types of coverages that may be included in a manufacturing insurance policy:

Property insurance: Protects your physical assets, such as your manufacturing facility and equipment, from damage or loss due to events like fires, storms, and vandalism.

Liability insurance: Helps protect your business from legal claims that may arise as a result of accidents or injuries that occur on your property or due to your products.

Product liability insurance: Covers the costs of legal claims and damages resulting from defective products.

Product recall insurance: Helps cover the costs of recalling and replacing a defective product.

Business interruption insurance: Helps cover lost income and expenses if your manufacturing operation is disrupted due to a covered event.

Workers' compensation insurance: Provides medical and wage replacement benefits to employees who are injured on the job.

Cyber liability insurance: Covers the costs of responding to a data breach and mitigating its effects, including legal fees, customer notification, and credit monitoring services.

Environmental liability insurance: Protects your business from legal claims and cleanup costs resulting from environmental accidents or pollution.

Directors and officers liability insurance: Protects company executives from legal claims related to their actions or decisions as directors or officers of the company.



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