Industry Sectors

We specialise in a plethora of industry sectors. You can find out more about the work we do and the industry sectors we insure below.

From sole traders to large corporate companies, we have extensive experience arranging commercial insurance and risk management solutions for commercial businesses, just like yours.

Our experienced and growing network of brokers work practically with businesses both locally and across the UK to provide everything from commercial liability insurance to commercial property insurance and much more.

Our unique team and business model sets us apart from other brokers, enabling our broker to access the whole of the market, with no exceptions. This means that you are always put at the forefront of our business and enables our brokers to deliver the very best service they can, with a very personal approach.

You can find out more about the work we do and the industry sectors we insure below.

Agriculture, Forestry & Fishing

The agriculture, farming, and fishing industry is as diverse as it is wide-reaching. Practices range from dairy cattle raising to hops farming, oilseed production to flower growing, logging, and aquaculture. The market size accumulates to over £20 billion, and encompasses around 200,000 businesses which employ nearly a million people across the UK. All sub-sectors within the industry (of which there are over 10) are facing their own unique problems, including the decline of global wild salmon stock and rising prices for produce influenced by ecopolitical moves and trade agreements.

Almost one person a week has been killed as a direct result of agricultural work, highlighting the immense importance of risk management within these industries; the total annual cost of injuries to companies is around £190 million. More specialist insurance policies for the sector include avian influenza insurance, agricultural contracting cover, and smallholder insurance which can help cover livestock risks.


The manufacturing sector covers everything from window and door manufacturers to electronics. Potential risks that can be protected include marine cargo, business interruption, and machinery damage. The manufacturing sector contains nearly 150 different sub-sectors and over 130,000 businesses. As there are so many different risks depending on the sub-sector, get in touch with one of our specialist brokers for more information. The UK is the 9th largest manufacturing nation in the world, and is the 12th fastest growing sector within the UK over the past 5 years. The sector is expected to have continued growth due to improvements in automation and technology. This will be aided by the fact that 69% of total business research and development investment will go towards this sector alone.

The sector employs around 2.5 million people – which makes up 7.3% of total jobs in the UK – and the workforce itself has grown 0.7% per year on average. Manufacturing generates £168 billion worth of output in 2020, and composed around £350 billion worth of sales within the same year. Motor vehicle and petrol production generate the highest revenue with £32.8 billion, and pharmaceutical production being second with £13 billion. Productivity in the sector was 12% higher than the UK average due to the replacement of human labour with machinery, and processes being outsourced for lower cost alternatives. Furthermore, Brexit has resulted in higher supply costs which forces a higher product price – it is uncertain what impact this will have in the long term alongside the effects of COVID-19.

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