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Contracts are a necessary evil in commercial general aviation. Whether you are a charter operator, MRO, flight school or full-service FBO, you no doubt have numerous contracts placed in front of you to “review,” but really to sign.
Municipal port looks to Gallagher Marine to obtain insurance cost reductions and policy improvements with their existing carrier.
The Center for Disease Control reports 715,000 Americans experience a heart attack each year. Only about 6 percent of those who are stricken outside a hospital survive. In an effort to save more lives, the American Heart Association and American Red Cross jointly promoted, in 2010, compression only cardiopulmonary resuscitation; better known as hands-only CPR.
A long-term marine client was facing insurance renewal under difficult circumstances. Gallagher was able to leverage their strong relationships with underwriters to save the client 11% compared to their prior premium.
Challenging Port Authority Pollution Project Gets Multi-Year, A+ Coverage
A dredging contractor was approaching insurance renewal. Their existing broker was slow to respond to their issues and told them to expect a rate increase. Gallagher was able to provide better coverage for less money.
Amid PPACA compliance, an employer pool struggled to provide member organizations with timely, accurate information. Gallagher evaluated compliance responsibilities, identified ways to forecast benefit costs and offset healthcare reform costs.
A manufacturing client was looking to reduce their freight forwarder insurance costs. Gallagher successfully consolidated all coverage into a single policy with a single underwriter, saving the company more than 55%.
Statistics for 1st quarter 2015 show a continued increase in the use of turboprops in virtually all regions of the world. They play a vital role in austere environments such as developing countries that lack infrastructure. In first-world countries, turboprops are displacing aging light jets due to superior operating costs and jet-like performance.