Aviva asked business leaders what major risks they believe their business is particularly exposed to. This report provides a comprehensive source of intelligence on the risks UK businesses face, their level of preparedness, and the methods they’re using to manage and mitigate those risks.
Due to the double headwinds of Covid-19 and Brexit, there could be a shortage of new original equipment manufacturer [OEM] parts over the coming months, resulting in delays to vehicle repairs. This podcast focuses on the benefits of using reclaimed OEM parts as part of the motor repair process.
With many staff working remotely, this podcast focuses on how insurers have managed their operations during the Covid-19 pandemic and the importance of supply chain operational resilience.
For ships at sea, the costs of securing a new part or component can escalate rapidly. Could 3D printing help optimise the shipping industry's supply chain for spare parts? In this article, Jarek Klimczak, Marine Risk Engineer, Asia Pacific, AXA XL Risk Consulting, offers his views.
With Covid-19 amplifying the importance of supply chain resilience within the insurance value chain, this content highlights why insurance firms, including insurers and brokers need to exercise more control over third parties to enhance overall resilience.
In today's volatile business climate, companies are increasingly vulnerable to supply chain disruptions, yet many CFOs are failing to recognise the fact. Discover what is stopping companies from getting on top of their supply chain risk and how they can build resilience into their operating model.
B2B payments are a key part of any business, but until now the sector has been relatively untouched by innovation. This blog highlights why it’s time for insurers to look at alternative payment methods to ensure their suppliers are paid quickly, easily, accurately and on time, every time.
An engineering partnership with FM Global helps Swedish automotive manufacturing company, SKF AB, to build production and supply chain resilience.
Choosing partners that can align with an insurer’s core values has arguably never been more important. In this article, Edward Murray looks at the factors supply chain managers now consider important when choosing the businesses with which they want to form long term relationships.
With positive claims experience being one of the most important aspects of policyholder retention, the impact of the supplier on their journey will come under increased scrutiny. Pete Marsden, managing director at National Windscreens, highlights how ADAS is shifting the goalposts in motor repair.