Insurance costs contribute to a significant proportion your business’ operational expenditure every year, but it’s a security too valuable to cut back on. To help minimise your premiums and deductions, while still getting full protection, you need an specialist insurance company who understands your business.
Through servicing fleets managed by V.Group over many years, V.Scope gives you access to our marine insurance and claims management expertise in every area. This expertise can reduce your fixed costs while allowing you to retain the same control and protection as with any in-house team.
The health and wellbeing of your crew is integral to ensuring operational safety and vessel performance. V.Scope is able to provide ship owners and managers access to comprehensive benefit packages for your crew and their families, to assist attraction and retention of the best maritime talent.
As cashflow is vital to every business, you can also be confident of both your reputation and your cost recovery. V.Scope Associated Marine Adjusters, our in-house average adjusting department, know how to secure payouts from underwriters quickly, keeping the delay in receiving any insurance payout to a minimum.
V.Scope is proud to work with every sector in the maritime industry to supply a range of insurance products to suit their operational requirements. Our diverse customers range from shipowners, ship managers, banks, crewing agents, trade unions, charterers, ship repairers, offshore contractors and shipyards.
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