SSP partners with Pukka Insure for new Commercial Vehicle offering

August 1, 2018 Press Office

SSP has partnered with Gibraltar-based MGA Pukka Insure, to provide brokers with access to its commercial vehicle offering.

Designed for commercial vehicles based in the UK (excluding Northern Ireland) the product offers Comprehensive cover for vans up to £50,000 in value, with flexible excess options to suit the customer. Cover is available for vans with various modifications such as signwriting or internal racking.

Whereas some insurers may decline cover altogether due to a conviction or claim, Pukka pride themselves on having a bespoke underwriting process, enabling them to move away from a one-size-fits-all approach and use their team’s expertise to look more closely at a customer’s driving history.

Ron Atkinson, Distribution Director at SSP said:
“Pukka’s in-depth understanding of the market for drivers with previous claims or convictions enables them to give special consideration to drivers who have taken positive action to improve their risk profile since the accident or conviction occurred. This gives clear advantages for both our brokers and their customers and we are therefore delighted that they have joined our commercial vehicle panel.”

Paula Coulthard, Managing Director at Pukka said:
“We are thrilled to partner with such a well-respected global player as SSP as this will allow us to expand Pukka’s reach within the Commercial Vehicle market introducing new areas of business. We are certain that our unique bespoke underwriting process and balanced approach will be a formidable pairing with SSP’s cutting edge business solutions and this alliance can only serve to support Pukka’s ongoing growth.”

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