Technology manufacturing companies rely on key areas of the business to be high performing –speed of product expansion and evolution, as well as, international locations and relationships.
Technology Manufacturing triggers include:
Loss control services
Production issues (including foreign manufacturing product quality or delivery issues)
Sabotage and/or cyber risks security breaches
Research risks and breaches including damage to testing environments
Business interruption and revenue loss
Governmental requirements or restrictions
Our diverse client base includes:
Hardware, components, servers and semiconductor manufacturers
Internet: search, auction and advertising companies
Software and telecommunications companies
Network security organizations
IT and other technology supply chain companies
Laser optics companies
Microelectronics Coverage Covers failures that require microelectronics to be replaced whether or not such equipment shows signs of physical damage. Triggered when covered equipment suddenly stops functioning as it had been and that equipment or a part containing electronic circuitry must be replaced.
Metal Manufacturing A building’s boiler dry-fired when a feed-water pipe broke and the low-water fuel cut-off device failed to shut off the boiler's burner. Boiler tubes melted and the boiler warped requiring replacement of the boiler.