Individual insurance solutions for all aspects of metalworking and processingCorporate insurance concepts for the industry
In the year 1830 Alfred Krupp took industrial steel processing to a new level. The demand for steel generated by rail industry and later for the armaments industry appeared to be infinite. Ever since, metalworking and metal processing companies have been increasingly manufacturing series products with specific application profiles. The demands changed rapidly on this basis.
Today, the market entry barrier for companies is characterised by economic pressure to assure economy and quality. This pressure results from the ever more rigorous requirements imposed on material quality and standards (example: ENA – Electronic Nomination Agreement).
Today, the production process is shaped equally by:
- Quality assurance
- Technology requirement
- These factors must be taken into account when MRH Trowe draws up a company-specific risk profile.
The challenges on the market
The complexity of the high-quality materials required by the industry (various grades of steel and new materials, such as aluminium, titanium, manganese, etc.) always pose new challenges for companies.
3 years ago, the CO2 laser was the measure of all things. Now the fibre laser system has opened up new dimensions of efficiency and cutting speed.
The quality demands of the market require an ever increasing production standard. This is associated with the constant change of the machinery.
New investments in machinery, technology and new operating or storage facilities require regular review and adjustment of the existing insurance cover.