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Just come to renew my insurance premium, and the company ( Axa ) now want me to have all equipment bolted to the floor, or I'm not covered for break in. They mean everything - screen printing press ( it won't fit through the door in one piece! ) conveyor, plotter, printers, heat presses etc. Kind of a ball ache, since some of it is on wheels to move around and for access.

Anyone got a recommendation for a full insurance package? I'm looking for employers and public liability, as well as fire and contents.
 

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Hi Pat,

That sounds crazy! Luckily our contents are covered by the landlords insurance within the complex. But for Public Liability etc. we use these: Simply Business - UK's biggest business insurance broker | specialising in public liability, professional indemnity and landlord insurance
It is crazy. The policy says 'all printing equipment must be secured to the fabric of the premises with a locking plate'. They won't define a specification for the locking plate, so straight away you are looking at a reason not to pay out!
A chain and ground anchor that is suitable to secure a £12K Motorbike, parked outdoors, is apparently not suitable to secure a £7K press behind steel doors and 5 lever mortice locks!

I'm thinking of calling out the RAC to install a tracker on the press:D:D.

Thanks for the link. If I don't hear back from my broker today I'll give it a try.
 

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