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Manufacturing

The manufacturing industry is transforming. We want to help protect it.

Technological advancements have dramatically changed the manufacturing industry, but steady increases in productivity should be met with insurance solutions that can keep pace. That’s where we come in.


Manufacturing has long been a part of UFG Insurance's commercial insurance coverage. We're excited to insure the fabricators, creators and producers of the world today, tomorrow and beyond.

Why UFG?

Our independent insurance agents place their manufacturing business with UFG for a number of reasons, but here are the top four:

Founded in 1946, UFG Insurance is a successful and growing multibillion-dollar-asset insurance company. We are dedicated to providing simple solutions for complex times and relationships that are built on a foundation of trust. Read more about us.
Broad coverages equate to true peace of mind. The coverages we provide are a direct result of feedback from our agents and policyholders. Our broad coverage forms provide a competitive advantage over basic coverages and give insureds highly desired and customizable options.
Our risk control team knows manufacturing. We strive to deliver value from a risk control perspective, as our consultants can be effective in improving safety in operations. All risk control services are free of charge to policyholders.
We strive to provide the best possible claims service in the industry, or what we call the “gold standard of claims.” We are continually optimizing this process to make it easy on policyholders, no matter if the need is big or small.

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Claims examples

Insurance claims happen every day and it’s no different when it comes to manufacturing. Our errors and omissions (E&O) coverage is an example of a way we're helping manufacturers beyond commercial general liability policies. Imagine an example scenario like this:

ABC Manufacturing produces 15,000 parts for a customer. It’s discovered that the material used in the last batch was faulty, rendering the parts unusable by the customer. In most cases, commercial general liability (CGL) policies will not cover this type of financial loss but E&O coverage will.

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