5 manufacturing classes UFG wants to write in 2020 and beyond

 September 9, 2020     UFG Insurance    Business  Read Time: 4 min

Manufacturing class codes

At UFG, our aim is to provide simple solutions for complex times. 

We want to help businesses make a difference in their community. We want our manufacturing partners to trust that they are in the right hands to help take some of the stress out of whatever obstacle comes their way. 

We offer a variety of insurance coverages tailored to many manufacturing classes. Here are five specific manufacturing classes we want to write in 2020 and beyond. 

1. Cheese manufacturing:

Cheese manufacturing is serious business. There are roughly six steps that combine both art and science to achieve the high-quality products we see at grocery stores and specialty shops today. Cheese making takes passion, and we want to keep that passion alive and well by allowing cheesemakers to focus on what matters most—their product—without worrying about insurance issues. 

2. Ball and roller bearing manufacturing:

From crane hook thrust to cylindrical roller to ball thrust bearings, there are plenty of products one can manufacture—even custom bearings. Is your ball and roller bearing manufacturing business fully protected? Find an agent today to learn more. 

3. Commercial bakeries:

If only gourmet muffins and fresh, flaky biscuits grew on trees. According to the American Bakers Association, commercial bakeries sell $31 billion in products a year. No matter how much of a slice of that pie you sell, our agents are here to help provide you with commercial bakery insurance coverage that keeps your business moving forward. 

4. Commercial screen printing:

Calling all T-shirt, caps, towels and jacket makers—we’re looking for you! You make funny T-shirts, team caps and super-soft beach towels possible, and we want to make sure you have peace of mind. We have coverages we can customize for commercial screen printers to make sure you have the protection you need. 

5. Bolt, nut, screw, rivet and washer manufacturing:

The demand for these items is just as consistent as the quality of the manufacturers that produce them. Chat with our agents about your manufacturing insurance coverages to make sure you focus on meeting the demands of the market. 

Our broad coverage forms and history of success lay the foundation for manufacturing businesses to succeed with UFG policies. We are here to protect you and your manufacturing operation. 

Learn more about manufacturing coverage at UFG.


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