Aon announces last mile delivery insurance program in partnership with CarrierHQ
Aon and CarrierHQ, a company providing trucking insurance, factoring, and business formation services, announced the launch of their Last Mile Delivery insurance program. The program, “a first of its kind,” provides operators in the last mile delivery space with custom, affordable, and continuous coverage solutions eliminating the uncertainty of frequent policy renewals while also providing flexibility by only charging a premium when vehicles are in use.
The program expands upon the Small Fleet Advantage program developed by CarrierHQ in partnership with Aon “which is the trucking industry’s first and only commercial trucking insurance program to support 100% online quoting, buying, and binding of policies that offer monthly in-term adjustments based on driving data and is one of the fastest growing commercial trucking programs in the market.”
“Building on our learnings from Small Fleet Advantage and our expertise as industry leaders in transportation insurance, we wanted to focus on the overall customer experience from application to binding and it is critical to deliver an insurance product that is designed specifically for the market we are trying to address and aligning premium to vehicle usage to balance out the cyclical nature of the business. CarrierHQ, with their expertise and experience in delivering custom insurance solutions with special a focus on streamlined application processes and policy and data management in usage-based insurance programs, was the perfect partner to help us deliver the Last Mile Delivery program to this rapidly growing market.” – Mark Epperson, chief client officer, Aon.
“CarrierHQ is excited to continue to expand our partnership with Aon to include the Last Mile Delivery insurance program. The last-mile delivery industry has grown substantially over the past few years and Aon’s commitment to helping independent businesses to grow has only strengthened. Being a part of that commitment falls right in line with our core values of helping address underserved markets and help customers grow their businesses with industry leading interfaces and data connections specifically designed to expedite the application process as well as to ease the burdens on day-to-day operations whether in the office, on the road or at home.” – Brion St. Amour, COO, CarrierHQ.
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